Please find this letter as notification as of Monday, June 4th I have a new administrative assistant. Her name is Laura Nunn. Laura is a junior at University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) with a marketing major. She expects to graduate in May 2014 and pursue her masters degree at UTEP; therefore, I expect her to stay with me for a while. After almost five years (four years seven months to be exact) America Guzman will begin pursuing her career.
In the end, her parents won the battle and Kerri attended a mainstream school throughout her primary and secondary education. After high school, Kerri traveled away to college to Texas Christian University, where she received a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Then she received a Master’s degree in occupational therapy from Washington University. Later on, she pursued a PhD in movement science from Washington University. Currently, she is an assistant professor in the occupational therapy program at her alma mater, Washington University.
I took a nursing assistant class through a dual enrollment program. I performed clinical hours at Golden Living Center in Rome, Georgia for CNA training. I took this class not because I wanted to become a nurse but because this was the only healthcare class left that I had not taken. I did not want to go senior year without taking a class in healthcare because I did not want to forget important skills that I had learned in prior classes. This class taught me a lot about the medical field.
Sometimes just applying can open up a world of possibilities. Hershey High School senior Julia Corbin spends one or two hours everyday as an intern at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Thanks to the Health Career Explorations Program (HCEP), Corbin can experience the medical field upfront as a high school student and perhaps narrow her future job choices. Everyday from periods 3 to 5AB, Corbin follows a different nurse from a variety of fields. The fields can range from ophthalmology, psychology, to music therapy.
Over the past couple of years, I have been giving a great deal of thought as to what I want to do and who I want to be in the future. Ever since I was five, I always knew I wanted to be in the medical field. Being in the medical field and helping other people is my passion. Recently, I have considered becoming a Registered Nurse. My skills and interest reflect those of a Registered Nurse and I have what it takes to be an exceptional Nurse.
My mother is Nurse at the Bluffton dialysis. After high school, she went to college at the trident university to be a nurse. My mother and pops met and high school and until senior year. I am the oldest out of all my siblings, but I had a sibling that passed away when I was younger. I have 3 siblings.
The two careers I am most interested in are CRNA(Certiﬁed Registered Nurse Anesthetist) and PA(Physician Assistant). I became interested in becoming a CRNA after I had an endoscopy and learned that such a career existed. When I was being put under, the CRNA did most of the work to give me anesthesia and was the one that stayed during the endoscopy to monitor me, not the anesthesiologist. She was also the one that was there when I woke up.CRNA’s attend school for 6-7 years, so they have their master’s degree.You must be an RN with a bachelor’s degreein science before being accepted into a nurse anesthesia program. The average salary for a CRNA is between $157,000 to $214,000 which are great ﬁgures for me.
I will be pursing nursing next year at the University of Northern Colorado. I plan on minoring in Spanish and Biology before applying to the Nursing Program. I have been interested in the medical field from as early as I can remember. However, since the summer before my sophomore year of high school, I have wanted to be a pediatric oncology nurse. I had a major surgery that really changed my view on life.
Include your current MSN program at the UABSON, and indicate your specialty track within the MSN program. Surprisingly, I am new graduate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing. I know graduation was just three months ago, and I may be a little insane for taking on the tough role as a student again, but I didn’t choose my passion for nursing it chose me. Especially, my specialty track, which is mental health. Upon the completion of my mental health clinical, I knew this population was the exact for match for me.
I have been to 19 countries in the past 21 years and would love to continue exploring. 5. Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Answer: 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.
My professional goal is to become a pediactric nurse. I would like to study nursing at university. Nursing was introduced to me by my adoptive mother when I was just 12 years old. She was, and still is a nurse technician at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Watching my mothers work inspired me.
I plan to continue my education and work on my bachelor degree in nursing, while working as an RN. This scholarship money would help pay my tuition for the last year of my nursing program at Stark State College. Recently, I have been informed that my financial aid may be running out. This poses a problem leading into my final year of my nursing program. I have been on the president’s list numerous times, I am currently a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.