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Ajar Williams
Greensboro
Interests: Education
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Ajar Williams is now following Center for Principled Problem Solving
Apr 17, 2014
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As an intern at the Women's Resource Center, I am a part of an organization that serves a community of women. What inspires me the most about the “Best Kept Secret” is how dedicated each staff member is about their client’s needs and how passionate they are about building client relationships throughout their community. The Women’s Resource Center relates to their clients by incorporating social change through “individual transformation” by way of workshops and promoting self-reliance by giving clients the tools they need to approach life challenges. The way I’ve seen this in practice is through the use of the... Continue reading
Posted Oct 29, 2013 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
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In a recent conversation on "Bill Bennett's Morning in America National Radio Show", Governor Pat Mc Cory stated that "education money should not be spent on students whose butts are in the seats but on how many of those butts can get jobs. When I recieved a recent email, all I could think about was how our children, future citizens of society, would be affected by this irrational but sad statement. As a Principled Problem Solving Scholar, I am learning how to "address problems and opportunities in an innovative and sustainable way"(PPS). In class we talked about a book called... Continue reading
Posted Mar 29, 2013 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
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Last week, I had the pleasure to sit in on a discussion about Integration and whether or not it is enough. This event was headed by Jada Drew of the Multicultural department in King for those who are not familiar with this talented young lady. As we began our discussion, I noticed that Jada was playing a very familiar song. It was the rapper Jay Z and one of his top selling songs "I got 99 problems”. This is a rap song that talks about being pulled over by police officers for no reason except for driving while black. I... Continue reading
Posted Nov 16, 2012 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
Ajar Williams is now following The Typepad Team
Oct 11, 2012