Being a part of the health academy has increased my communications skills and taught me how to balance out sports, work and school. My hardest classes this year where chemistry and math but I made time after school so that the teachers would go over it again until
My professional journey started in June 2004, working with Dr. Ken Beadling D.D.S. where we performed the utmost commitment and high quality dental care to our clients After working 10 wonderful years with him and his team, I was inspired to pursue my career further. In the fall 2014, I enrolled to Kalamazoo Valley Community College, to finish my prerequisites for the Dental Hygiene Program. While waiting
My summer of 2015 was dedicated to two internships; one being a Medical Assistant (200 hours) and another as a Physical Therapy Aide (80 hours). These internships helped me get an inside perspective of how nurses go above and beyond their everyday duties to ensure patient care, setting a standard for me to go above and beyond in terms of my education, my service to others, and in life. With the changes in college tuition having increased and state support for college students having taken a decrease over the last couple of years, this scholarship would benefit me tremendously in my goals to continue my education.
don 't freak out it will be just as fun an exciting as the career will be. You will start out with regular classes learning your Surgical Technology basics, along with math and english. Nearing the end of your college adventure you will start clinic. This is where you go to hospitals and get your first taste of being a Surgical Technologist. After School you will be in the first stages of being a Surgical Technologist.
We worked together in creating activities to target his speech language disorder, using both hybrid and clinician-directed approaches throughout the semester. By the end of the semester, we were able to observe very positive results concerning both his receptive and expressive language, which was highly rewarding to see. I am also going to be working in Marquette’s Clinic again next semester where I will be working with clients who have aphasia. This opportunity will allow me to further my knowledge and interest of individuals who I have a special interest
I made it through 2 years and 2 months and I picked up a lot of stuff in between. From getting this job I knew I was going to do something in health science I wasn 't sure what exactly I want to be. My interest in pharmacist was going down even though I was happy working as a technician. I knew that getting his job will help me choose my future career as well learn a lot of new things. That is when I visited the hospital one day to see my relative; there I saw an occupational therapist working
Even though the job merely entailed answering phone calls and bringing ice water to patients, I thoroughly enjoyed what I was doing. With the support of the Allied Health sponsor, I applied to be a medical science student at the University of Louisiana at Monroe President’s Academy the following summer. Through this program, I participated in college-level labs and professional externships specifically tailored for students with my interests. I was challenged to apply the knowledge I learned through solving a hypothetical pandemic with a group of other students. This experience showed me that I do have what it takes to be successful in the medical
I will be attending Rogue Community College (RCC) in September full time. To reach this goal, I will need to save at least $100 from each of my two week paychecks for 8 months to help with tuition and books. It is about $95 per credit at RCC and to be a Registered Nurse, you need at least 46 credits which is a little over $4,000. Being able to save $200 from my paycheck for 8 months covers about $1,600 of the tuition cost. I plan on applying for financial aid and using the money my parents already have saved up for me to pay for the rest of my schooling.
Even I started in my middle age, my previous work and life experience had built the stronger motivation; and I’ve built some savings to support a speech language pathology study without a full time job. I understand this program requires intensive medical-terminology-filled study in class and rigorous clinic practice, I’m confident my academic foundation, my adaptability, and hard work principals would be my assets to overcome the new challenges. I kind of did it before: Without a bachelor’s degree in business, I have successfully completed the MBA program within 3 years with a Certificate of Excellence for achieving a GPA 3.84 while working as a full time
It is my hope to complete an internship at your clinic, Capstone Physical Therapy, to expand my clinical experience in an outpatient setting. I am currently attending the University of St. Augustine of Health Sciences in San Marcos, California. As I write this letter I am completing my first internship at an outpatient clinic in Prosser, Washington evaluating and treating patients with the assistance of my clinical instructor. This experience leaves me excited for a future career in an important medical practice where I can make a positive impact on the communities that I live in. Before attending graduate school I received my bachelors in science from Western Washington University.