University of North London Recognizes Caroline Rodgers as Honourable Alum

Caroline Rodgers’ contributions to London communities gain attention for the social worker. The University of North London recognizes her success.

Online PR News – 26-July-2014 – London, England – Caroline Rodgers graduated from the University of North London in 1994 with a degree in Social Science and a CQSW, a certificate of a qualified social worker.

Caroline Rodgers chose to pursue a career in social work after she started volunteering at local organizations around the London area. She maintained a close bond with several client circles including a group of black elders in one of the inner London boroughs.

I am more focused more energetic and more enthusiastic about my work.

After Caroline Rodgers participated in this type of work, she realized that she wanted to pursue a career in social work so that she could dedicate her life to protecting other individuals unable to protect themselves. After earning her degree at the University of North London, she started her career in social work at the London Borough of Haringey Children’s Services. After four years at the institution, Caroline Rodgers became a member of the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) in 1998, which helped her work gain recognition throughout the London area.

Caroline Rodgers’ career shows her dedication to protecting children from domestic violence, poverty, child abuse, and homelessness. She continues to utilize her spare time to do good in the community. Caroline Rodgers conducts several programs that help direct children and families in a positive direction away from their current circumstances. Caroline Rodgers also volunteers with a women’s aid group and advocates for women’s rights.

Caroline Rodgers has found creative ways to gain recognition outside social work as well. She recently joined a walking group and claims that exercise helps her stay motivated for work. “Ever since I started walking,” Caroline Rodgers says, “I am more focused, more energetic, and more enthusiastic about my work.” Caroline Rodgers continues to impress her peers and the industry through her efforts to protect children.

Caroline Rodgers was a favourite student at the University of North London, according to several professors. According to the faculty, the university is pleased to have a student gaining recognition through doing such important work for the community. One professor spoke of Caroline Rodgers and said, “I was very fond of Caroline Rodgers. She was a passionate student who always kept us on our toes. One day she even brought a saxophone to class!”

Caroline Rodgers continues to serve the London area from the London Borough of Haringey’s Children’s Services. When asked what she does in her free time, Caroline Rodgers expressed her appreciation for nature and how she enjoys taking long walks through the English countryside. She encourages everyone to experience the country by foot. Caroline Rodgers said her favourite locations for long nature walks was the Lake District and Cornwall.

Caroline Rodgers does not let her career stop her from being an active part of London’s culture. She enjoys live music and meeting her walking group every morning. Caroline Rodgers also dabbles in playing her own music. She has learned multiple musical instruments, but Caroline Rodgers claims that her favourites are the saxophone and the guitar.

About: Since leaving the University of North London, Caroline Rodgers enjoys revisiting her old campus and saying hello to old professors. The school recognizes the success of Caroline Rodgers in social work, and they appreciate that she continues to represent their institution positively throughout the London area.