If I could have any career, I would want to be a Trauma Surgeon. I choose this career because I am fascinated by the human body and its functions. I had found this interest when I was a freshman in high school. My sports medicine teacher taught me the the good that the human body contains and what all it can accomplish. So I signed up to be in an athletic training program and help athletes injured.
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others,” a famous quote stated by Mahatma Gandhi. At the beginning of the school year, I told myself that I wanted to become more active and involved at Benedictine University. I participated in a few events during my freshman year and because I found enjoyment in those activities, I wanted to do more throughout my sophomore year. This year, I was able to participate twice in the Young Hearts for Life event that was held two times on campus. I volunteered in performing numerous electro-cardiogram (ECG) screening examinations for the student athletes of Benedictine University.
When I was an underclassman the definitions of clubs seemed to blur into an indistinguishable mass. Yet, I eventually realized that Key Club stood out because of its member’s desire to serve. For me, Key Club has become staying up late and drafting an email again and again, or spending hours organizing a program, and always getting to serve a school that has done so much for me. Despite its hardships, I have loved being the K2K East board member this year! Key Club has given me fantastic opportunities to serve my school and my community.
My personal characteristics, experiences, and professional and personal goals both align with those promoted by the National Academy of Kinesiology and will greatly contribute to my success in the field of kinesiology and ultimately, as a physical therapist. Some of my most prominent characteristics include my compassion, empathy, and caring nature. My desire to relate and build relationships will aid me when interacting with patients and provide a comfortable environment to perform my duties in the field of Kinesiology. Many of these traits originate from my personal experience as a patient. After a serious injury I was advised to cease all physical activity, and I was desperate to find anything with the possibility of getting me back to doing what I loved again.
At our organization we know that guidance is determined by substance and the style of the coach’s delivery and whether good or bad everything a coach says or does becomes a message that the athletes receive, interpret and respond to mentally (quote book). One of the effective interventions we seek to apply to our coaches is team building. Team building research analysis point out that a sport psychologist professional would be great to help apply these procedures analytically in our program. We want our coaches to be able to inspect the efficacy of their coaching styles and improve the processes that lessen or encumbers our current solidarity among our athletes. How can the team building approach be enhanced by employing a sport psychologist consultant services at Clear Choice Coaching and what can it do for
Qualities such as fast decision making skills, compassion, and very aware of details. If an athlete is injured it is a trainers job to decide what the best way to help them recover would be and look for the small details of the injury. Along with these personal traits the health care worker needs to be compassionate and respectful to the athletes wishes and the care they need to require. The trainer is expected to be able to move quick in an emergency and apply the care in a timely manner. Being able to recognize and evaluate the injury is very important to this career.
An athletic trainer is a person who works with an athletic team. They are there for the team when an injury is upon a player. The athletic trainer will help set up a road to recovery so they can be back into their game as soon as possible. The trainer should be knowledgeable about the human body and how to help a player recover from any injury. Players should be able to go to their athletic trainer and not be uneasy about telling them what 's wrong or requesting for their help.
When 6th grade came, I transferred into a Baltimore City Public School since I really wasn’t getting the education I needed at the private school. It was still rough not fitting it. I thought that becoming like the other kids would make me happy, but I was learning new things everyday and I realized in high school that being the outcast is better than being like everyone else. The journey I dealt with in high school was very emotionally tough and life changing. I learned that I was placed on this earth to discover my own path, and I wouldn’t be happy if I live someone else’s life.
I choose to be a Preprofessional Studies major because my passion lies in the medical field. My professional goal is to become a pediatric doctor and possibly working in research for children 's illnesses, such as diabetes. I first gained an interest in the medical field during my senior year of high school. My prior foundation in the sciences was weak and its appeal to me was low, but my anatomy and physiology class changed my attitude. I had a curiosity to the inner workings of the body and this class explored that in addition to research on anatomy and illnesses.
Lessons from basketball have positively impacted all areas of my life. In my work and in my education, I am a team player. When my courses seem tough, I push through and do not give up. I am committed to my school work, my family, and my friends. Though basketball may step aside as a friend in my college years, it has shaped who I am for life, and my story is only complete when you understand the role this friend has
Essay #1 It seems like yesterday when I was in high school trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my future. When I thought about the career I would want to pursue I was having trouble picturing myself in the type of work I would be most satisfied in. Around this same time, I suffered a sports injury and had to receive physical therapy in order to heal. This is what initially got me interested in working in rehab. This, I’m sure, is the way many young people become interested in physical therapy.
Based on this ISR code you can see that a person in this career needs patience, wanting to help others, and good stamina. It is also important that a sports doctor has a love of sports. They should have lots of knowledge about the different sports, so that they can understand the injuries that occur to athletes. These traits are imperative for success as a sports
I have met two of my best friends in band, their names are Jamie and P.J. Briele and recently I have gained one more. Her name is Eliza Andrews. Here at SMI the students have various choices of sports such as soccer and basketball. Also during physical education we play a variety of games that uses every one 's physical ability and allows them to grow stronger and learn what parts of the body are used for what
When school ended in June of 2015 I wanted to continue on to my senior with the rest of my classmates. I wanted to move on like nothing had happened but I knew deep in my heart that I was not prepared for my senior year. For a good time after the decision to repeat my junior year, I looked at it as a failure. I hold myself to high standards and I could I not believe that I would have this “blemish” on my record. I was angry at myself for even being depressed in the first place and I felt like I had failed the basic requirements of being a human being.