After high school, Kerri traveled away to college to Texas Christian University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Then she received a Master’s degree in occupational therapy from Washington University. Later on, she pursued a PhD in movement science from Washington University. Currently, she is an assistant professor in the occupational therapy program at her alma mater, Washington University. She teaches an introductory course on assistive technology, along with mentoring students and conducting research.
Please find this letter as notification as of Monday, June 4th I have a new administrative assistant. Her name is Laura Nunn. Laura is a junior at University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) with a marketing major. She expects to graduate in May 2014 and pursue her masters degree at UTEP; therefore, I expect her to stay with me for a while. After almost five years (four years seven months to be exact)
I attended nursing school and earned an LPN license, but I was determined to get my BSN. I knew nursing school would not be cheap, so I looked for a job as a patient care tech in a hospital. I knew I wanted to work someday in a hospital. I found a job on a pediatric floor and fell in love with my new job. This floor also has a special hall just for cancer patients.
Zsaia Elyse Nelson was born in San Jose, California, located in the southern region of the San Fransisco Bay Area. Here she attended private school from kindergarten through 10th grade before transferring into an independent studies program that would allow her more flexibility and freedom to travel with her father in her final years of high school. Prior to her moving out to Arizona for college, she busied herself with various community outreach organizations that included Second Harvest Food Bank, Sacred Heart, and Operation Matthew; all of which focused on giving back to the community, helping those in need, and going green. As a Freshman Student at Arizona State University, Zsaia is pursuing an Undergraduate Business Degree with a concentration
Lillian Gutierrez is a student currently enrolled at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB), pursing a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting. She is also a guide at Andrew Malore’s Trail Rides and interning at the Fort Ord Commissary. Lillian started her college education in the fall of 2005 in Phoenix, Arizona at Motorcycle Mechanic Institute (MMI) to purse her interest in motorcycles. After working in the industry for about a year Lillian decided to further her education. In 2009, she enrolled at Allen Hancock College.
Hello, I am Haley Wehner and I am a student studying Political Science and International Studies at Capital University. I live in Saginaw and will be home over the summer. I was hoping there was some way that a friend of mine, who also studies Political Science, and I, could volunteer for Mr. Kelly and his campaign. We have prior experience volunteering for campaigns and would be willing to do anything to
My name is Megan Dagneau. I grew up in the small town Poland Maine. I have a three year old daughter. I work part time as a cashier and have just started my new adventure as a college student. I am a general studies student looking forward to transferring into the nursing program.
To be a physician assistant one must be a graduate from high school and attend at least two years of college. In these two years of college there are prerequisites that are required to be able to apply for a physician assistant education program. The classes that need to be taken are ones in the science department. A physician assistant education program takes roughly two years. The minimum amount of education that is needed to be a physician assistant is two years of college with a bachelor’s degree and graduating from a physician assistant education program.
I am an Occupational Therapy Assistant Student from Community College of Baltimore County. I am a second year student preparing for my level II fieldwork. Upon completion, I will be eligible to enter the workforce. Based on the previous experiences I have had at Mental Health fieldwork, it is evidenced that Occupational Therapy Practitioners are needed in Mental Health settings. Occupational therapy practitioners encourage individual at mental health setting to live a healthy lifestyle such as preparing healthy meals, exercises, drinking water, and taking good care of themselves.
I am a senior in high school, and I have decided to continue my education by studying Nursing. My goals for the near future are to graduate high school at the top of my class, become a certified CNA, and start furthering my education, while still staying in my residential state. My goals for the not-so-near future are to become a certified RN, and continue on to become an LPN. Another goal is to eventually become a Nurse Practitioner. I have intentions to work at a teaching hospital as part of a post-graduate program.
Dr. Hudson: I have worked here in one way or another since 2007. I came as a student, and then I was an internal medicine resident, a chief resident, and then a fellow, so, for the last eight years. Interviewer: What is your job title and what does it mean to be a fellow compared to – Dr. Hudson: I’m still in the training process so, to become an attending cardiologist, which is essentially a full fledge cardiologist, you have to complete medical school, internal medicine residency, you have to complete some specialty training that they call a fellowship in cardiology. It is essentially
I will be pursing nursing next year at the University of Northern Colorado. I plan on minoring in Spanish and Biology before applying to the Nursing Program. I have been interested in the medical field from as early as I can remember. However, since the summer before my sophomore year of high school, I have wanted to be a pediatric oncology nurse. I had a major surgery that really changed my view on life.
Include your current MSN program at the UABSON, and indicate your specialty track within the MSN program. Surprisingly, I am new graduate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing. I know graduation was just three months ago, and I may be a little insane for taking on the tough role as a student again, but I didn’t choose my passion for nursing it chose me. Especially, my specialty track, which is mental health. Upon the completion of my mental health clinical, I knew this population was the exact for match for me.
My professional goal is to become a pediactric nurse. I would like to study nursing at university. Nursing was introduced to me by my adoptive mother when I was just 12 years old. She was, and still is a nurse technician at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Watching my mothers work inspired me.