16. I believe the School of Nursing Committee should approve this application because I am a dedicated student, and my dream is to earn my Bachelors in Science of Nursing (BSN) at Ohio University-Chillicothe (OUC). Nursing has been a dream of mine ever since I was 17 years old (I am now 21 years old). Here is my story. During my senior year of high school I got an opportunity to shadow an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse at Adena hospital in Chillicothe, Ohio.
The first eight years of my life, I spent in India where I was born. Growing up I was constantly reminded by my parents that I needed to make them proud by getting a good job and living a good lifestyle. They told me this because they did not want to see me live a hard life like they did. When I was nine years old, I moved from India to the United States of America. The reason why I moved to America was not because I was living a bad life in India, it was so that I could have a better education and more opportunities in life.
I have a heart for service and a strong desire to make a difference in people’s lives. Becoming a nurse I will be able to fulfill my passion of making a positive impact on individual lives on a daily basis. I will be able to fulfill my nurturing and caring desires of helping others. I’m very passionate and fascinated with the medical field in all aspects. I strive for excellence, integrity and love interacting with all diversity of people.
Isaiah Clements Period.3 Mrs.Vargas Registered Nurse When I was five years old I cut my finger while helping my mother make guacamole. My mother rushed me to the hospital because this wasn’t an ordinary cut, we got to the hospital I was frantically fussing until nurse Judy puts me at ease with a sucker. Ever since that day I have wanted to become a nurse. Throughout this research process and job shadow I hope to determine if I will be pursuing this career field after high school.
Ten years seems like a long way away from now. However, I have put a lot of thought into where I want to be. In Ten years my goals aren’t super complicated and I plan on having them happen. In the time span of ten years I plan to be through medical school.
1. Please introduce yourself and state the purpose of the interview. My name is Prabhsangam Kaur Gill and I am a graduating senior at Cal State East Bay majoring in health sciences. I am doing this interview to learn about your professional training for this job, your work experiences and hopefully, get some career tips as I prepare to enter the work environment.
Imagine walking into a job and the first thing that has to be done is assist removing a bullet from a person’s chest. It isn’t expected, and it isn’t an ideal way to start the shift, but it was completed and it was over in no time by being prepared, not just physically, but mentally as well. That’s what the life of an Emergency Room Nurse is like from start to finish every single day. It is a matter of being ready for anything at anytime and remaining calm to finish the task. ER Nursing is considered one of the most important occupations around the globe.
There are many characteristics and personality traits that play a role in a specific jobs. For a travel nurse there are a lot of different traits that you should have and or consider. Each characteristic I 'm going to talk about are traits that I have that I think are strong/fitting qualities of a travel nurse. #1 Someone who loves challenges. These nurses work with people who are in pain.
I have been married to my husband for approximately eleven years. I enjoy spending time with him and traveling. One of our favorite hobbies is to discover new restaurants. I have earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences at Hunter College in New York City and I have been working as laboratory technician for approximately eight years. It is a decent field and at times is very interesting with the situations that arise.
Career Goal I have a few career goals such as becoming an ER registered nurse and a nurse practitioner but fist I want to be an ER registered nurse. For a long time now I could just envision myself in the blue scrub running out to the ambulance as the EMT rushed the patient into the hospital. And successfully collaborating with a team of people to save someone's life.