I think that if I am above others at communicating in my field and comprehending everything that they say and or ask that I will be a high valued asset in their company/ business. This is important to me because I want to get a good job and to do my job the most efficient way possible, and the start is by knowing how to
Since she was constantly in a dental office environment, she became curious. My interest also sparked when I got braces, her response was completely relatable. After she graduated high school she followed the path to a dental assistant program, which is not mandatory for dental hygiene, but after gaining experience in an office she finally when to Hygiene school. My mentor advised me to pay attention in Anatomy and Physiology and to study hard. She also stated that the entry level pay is usually around thirty dollars per hour.
Besides working diligently in the classroom at Boston College, I have volunteered at Brigham and Women’s Hospital since my freshmen year. I gained experience interacting with patients in a clinical setting that will be useful as a patient advocate as a member of the Project Healthcare team. For example, as a patient access volunteer, I spent early mornings escorting nervous surgical outpatient into the pre-op holding room. I generated friendly conversation about the city’s beloved Boston Red Sox to diffuse their obvious nervousness about their upcoming procedure. One of my jobs involves undergraduate research studying Toxoplasma Gondii under Professor MJ Gubbels which has given me experience in collecting and analyzing data for presentation
College Options for Dental Hygienists Education Dental Hygienist can obtain their training from academic programs such as community colleges, technical colleges, and dental schools or universities. A community college program commonly takes about two years to complete, which is an associate degree. Dental hygienist candidates are required to at least have an associate’s degree. With an associate’s degree make licensure examination can be made, or become licensed to work at a dental office.
I finished an MBA/MSN degree in Grand Canyon University with an Emphasis in Leadership in Health. I decided to go back to school partly for the opportunities it would create for my career, but also because I really enjoy learning and being challenged and developing my ability to think and
I previously applied to Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in 2014. Instead of rushing myself to apply the next cycle, I waited another year, reevaluating myself and strengthening my application to become a more competitive candidate. Although I already had more than 400 hours of shadowing experience, working at the dental offices for a year showed me a more realistic view of dentistry – the physical demands that dentists face everyday, the difficulties of managing a budget and administrative work, and the responsibilities of supervising a large number of staff. Furthermore, I am more confident about my application now that I have strengthened my scientific background through an extra year of classes at UC Berkeley Extension.
Having your dental specialist authorized implies that he/she has gone to a sound school and has gotten either a specialist or dental surgery degree or equal specialist or dental specialist surgery degree. Realizing that your dental practitioner has done this implies he/she has gone to a solid school and done two years of predental school work and after that went ahead to four years of dental school. This is the way a dental
Learning about health care will be interesting to me as well, especially with the affordable care act being very big in the news right now. I believe dental care is a basic need. The affordable care act is seen by some as a necessity and not by others. I would enjoy discussing this topic in class and how we as a class would view its necessity in society. I am also a big supported of women’s right
Both themes don’t allow for unclear or failing paths, but they look for the most effective path to ensure the task gets accomplished. When I’m assigned a responsibility, I tend to look for the best directions to go, that will not only make it easier for me to complete, but always ensuring that I complete it exceptionally well. This theme will greatly help me in the future by staying active and organized with my daily tasks, whether it being personal or with my career. This theme is very important to have, because it keeps you involved and ambitious for the future.
This is when I felt the urge in going back to college and get to a career that matches my interests as well as my skills. On my journey to discover my dream career, I met with the career adviser a few times. Afterwards, I did some career research and gained some work experience as a Healthcare Assistant and as a Dental Nurse. Two jobs which involved health and people, similar but practicable in different ways.
During this time at the company I have not ask for a raise until now because I wanted to show the company the current efforts I am making to improve my skill level. I would describe myself as motivated, hardworking, and a team player. I feel that with my time at this company these attributes have been made apparent. In August 2014 I took a class on local anesthesia and nitrous oxide at the University of Farmingdale.
While talking with a friend about the field the Physical Therapy and months of research of career opportunities, training requirements, and available training, she had found the path she been looking for. Enrolling in class at Wytheville Community College, the desire and drive for a learning and preparing for a new career started. While waiting to go through the interview process for the Physical Therapy Assistant program, Jennifer completed the Health Science Certificate. With great joy she was accepted into the program. Jennifer, is now a full time student and starting the second semester of the program.
When we were all younger, most of us had an idea of what we wanted to be when we grew up. Whether it was a firefighter or president, we all had our future planned out. But once we got older and entered high school, plans changed. For me personally, I changed my mind a couple of times before I made a decision about what I wanted to do with my life. I decided that I wanted to go to Parkland College and get my degree in Dental Hygiene.
I knew that I wanted to be a nurse but didn’t know what type of nursing I wanted to be until my friend got diagnosed with two brain tumors that are incurable. After seeing how she was taken care of made me decide I want to become a Pediatrician Nurse Practitioner.