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Hi! I'm currently a senior at TCNJ. I'm a Psych/Public Health dual major. I'm just going to list some of the things that will hopefully make me stand out, but I'm also going to attach my (really, really rough and in progress so don't judge) CV for more detail and stuff: my gpa is a 3.93/4.0 Phi Beta Kappa Lots of work with diverse individuals due to TCNJ's proximity to Trenton 120 hours in Fall 2017 at a nonprofit in Trenton that works with adolescents of different demographics (LGBTQ, homeless, etc) with emotional and behavioral challenges I've been in a research lab on campus since January that focuses on youth and community development, doing two major projects at a Trenton full-service elementary school DBT infused group work with 4th graders Mindfulness First author of an accepted Eastern Psychological Conference presentation submission I guess I'm just trying to figure out how competitive these MSW programs are & what my chances are? also, if anyone wants to review my previous statement, lmk (: real rough.docx
Howdy, Somewhat unusual question but I am sure someone on here knows something or can point me in the right direction at least. To be clear, I am looking for fact and some conjecture. Israeli universities: Firstly, how do they compare to UK/US universities at a grad level? are they en-par or slightly below? In quality, rankings, reception in the rest of the world etc. ? Secondly (and this is a a far more specific question), does anybody know anything about this school?: http://www.ict.org.il/ It is affiliated to an interdisciplinary school that I cant seem to find much on: http://portal.idc.ac.il/en/main/homepage/Pages/homepage.aspx I'm interested in the areas of counter-terrorism and was interested in killing two birds with one stone, doing an MA and improving my arabic, which I could potentially do it at the above school. I figured that few countries have the experience that Israel does when it comes to this field, teach in English, have case studies on their doorstep and have sizable arabic communities that I could practice/learn from. However, I am afraid of both being scammed financially and with an education, so little seems to be readily available on the internet. Any advice, relevant hearsay or sharing of experience of this or (other Israeli institutions) would be much appreciated. Thanks