Shawn Johnson has had many influences in her life to make her who she is her family has always been there for her, gymnastics was like her second home, and education was a top priority. Shawn Johnson has had many influences in her life to make her who she is her family has always been there for her, gymnastics was like her second home, and education was a top
She motivates herself on a daily bases and pushed through on tough days knowing it’ll be with it in the future. Although her career is still underside she has many interests in life and wants to go into college to find a career that will properly support her and her family in the far future. She dreams of being independent and fears not knowing what the future holds. Her only commitment as of now is to master all her classes and reach her goals. She wants to form a family and have a successful career that makes herself proud of all that she has struggle and accomplished.
Albert Einstein wrote, “Adversity introduces a man to himself”. This quote implies that adversity tests the potential of an individual and brings out the best in them. Great people move successfully through the worse of adversities. In the short story “The Scarlet Ibis” by James Hurst, The narrator is unable to deal with Doodle's disabilities, his concern more for himself rather than Doodle. This text suggests, if hardships come in your way, learn from them because pains strengthen and encourage us in the time of sorrows.
Until I decided to go to Lenape, I had not had any plans for what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. When I learned I could graduate as a Certified Nurse Assistant, I was interested immediately. However, I knew I wanted to accomplish more than that. I love learning and I have a lot of empathy so I knew healthcare would be a perfect match for me.
I feel like I want to help other babies have the same chance that we had to live healthy lives. I should receive this scholarship because to help me get through college to complete my degree in nursing. I have already accomplished one of my goals to be a CNA and I was president of Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) while in
In 10 years I want to be settled down with a family of my own. I want to find the balance between being a mom and a career woman. Now, I realize that there is a way that I can have both and that I can have it all. Essentially, I believe that it’s (life’s)
“Nurses save lives” is a very popular quote that I keep reminding myself of everyday. Returning to school for me, is not just personal but also professional. Personally I believe that I have so much to offer to the nursing field. I am committed to the career and I get great satisfaction from helping others.
Growing up as a Puerto Rican American in an underachieving community filled with violence and trouble I’ve always known that I wanted to make a difference, I want to help change and save peoples lives. In high school when a nurse named Meredith inspired me to follow her footsteps. I was inspired to become a nurse because though Meredith I found that nursing was a life calling and passion that was meant for me. I want to attend a university that will prepare me to strive and excel in the nursing medical field and that school is UIC Nursing School. UIC Nursing School is one of the top nursing schools in America and the best nursing school in the state of Illinois, some of the best nurses have been alumni and students of UIC Nursing School.
My personal goal is simply to be successful, and I don't mean money but to be happy with myself and what I have been able to accomplish. Whatever I choose to do I simply want to enjoy it, to be good at it, and to continue bettering myself. Becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner is my goal and I know in some few years to come I would have a Phd degree in nursing. I would like to help, be a huge part and play a role of success in the nursing field. Working for a major children's hospital has always been my dream and making a difference within the hospital would be my ideal goal of professional success.
To begin with, I interviewed my mom’s friend Justine. Before this interview I already knew her and what she did for a career, and I knew it would be a great idea to interview her since she’s a General Pediatrician and I also strive to be a Pediatrician for my future career. Justine is a very happy, caring person. She always has the biggest smile on her face and always the best attitude, with someone like that it makes you feel good as well because you don’t want to be with someone that is negative about life 100% of the time because that would just put you in a worst mood.
Ladies and gentlemen, I am Dr. Anne Howard and I am the Dean of the students here at the University of Michigan. I am so pleased to be with you tonight and to have the chance to introduce our keynote speaker, Akosua Atweaban. She is a notable alumni of this school and has gone on to become Head Nurse at New York-Presbyterian University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell. She has been one of the top nurses at this hospital for several years, and is a true stand out in this field.
Jasmine Chen is a young writer at Martha Brown Middle School. She is a 6th grader and 11 years in age. Three words to describe Jasmine are intelligent, kind, and helpful. There are many interesting facts about Jasmine. Jasmine has a huge family due to the fact that her mother is one out of 11 kids.
The Ford by Mary Hunter Austin, HardPress Publishing (August 23, 2014), original publication 1917. I am using the original which was scanned to create an electronic reader, Kindle Edition. Introduction The Ford novel is set in the early 1900s, during the time when land speculators start buying up land in the Owens Valley along the Owens River to build the future Los Angeles Aqueduct.
Response to Lewisetta In practice, educators use many terms or labels to discuss children and families who live in poverty. Gloria Rodriguez and James Fabionar (2010) assert that the many terms we use should serve "as a reminder of how often we are called on in education to talk about -- but not necessarily to" -- our students and their families who live with low incomes (p. 64). As educators, we must be sensitive to the effects of poverty on our students' state of mind and ensure that we separate their developing sense of self from their living conditions. As a starting point, we must be extremely careful how we talk about children who live in poverty.