I'm preparing applications for some graduate school programs this fall but I only had a 2.89 when I graduated from my undergrad. I do however have a solid 2+ years working with the homeless, conducting homeless outreach, harm reduction and now I am an advocate at a legal rights center for people with disabilities. The low GPA is a result of chronic depression and anxiety (which I am coming to terms with and managing thankfully) and being in the wrong program. I graduated with a BA in Spanish and Portuguese but floated around in photography and media arts as well. I have taken about 9 hours of CRP courses in which I got As and Bs though. My plan is to find a program that is practical, progressive (sustainability) and prepares me for the workforce. I have time to take an evening or online class now which I plan on doing as well this fall. Advice? Should I take something like an economics class for now or a CRP evening class? Thanks in advance.