This profession fits best with my lifestyle because I plan on having new friends, living around the Joplin area and I love helping people feel their best and boosting their confidence. Personality is a big thing with a career like dentistry you are always interacting, and meeting new people and you have to learn how to treat people and act in front of them. I could personally contribute kindness and facts that I have learned to make it a better occupation and make people want to come back. In conclusion, I want the occupation that I plan on going into to be dentristie and in this field I plan on becoming a dental hygienist.
Thus, I have been acquainted with the field of dentistry since a young age. Observing my family members, working hard in school, and shadowing dentists have made my choice to become a dentist even stronger. In addition, my strong interest in dentistry and personality of working hard and not giving up will allow me to excel in this program. I will definitely apply these qualities in the seven year Pre-Dental Scholars program at Marquette University. The combination of the valuable information that I will learn in this program and my experiences and passion for dentistry will allow me to contribute more to this honorable field by being a successful
My future goals as a PHSC student first I would complete my associates degree in dental Hygiene program. Next, give back to the community. Last; a supportive wife and mother. Being a student at PHSC, I have realized that the staff and students really take pride in their school. One of my ways to achieve my goal is showing pride in myself.
I learned a lot, and I can now follow the same steps as what my DH2 were doing to me. It showed me there is a lot to require as a dental hygienist. My DH2 has to go through the ADPIE procedure at each appointment to see if my ideal goal in the end of the day was reached. Another element is required as for a dental hygienist is the need to be on top of things and now what you have to do for that day, tell the client what you have to do on them and how you are going to perform it. Lastly, as a student now I can learn from my DH2 mistakes and apply it for myself so I won 't make that same mistake she had done.
I started York College in August of 2013. I started off as a biotechnology major. I took all major science classes and noticed I weren’t doing so well in them. I found myself struggling. I went to advisement and this is where I was told that the first year spent all of my classes can go towards this new health science major.
She has experience in the dental field as a hygienist, but may also use her degree doing something different in the dental industry such as managing her own office. It is clear that Jerri will be successful in whatever career path she chooses after graduation. When asked what Jerri likes most about NAU, she says she enjoys the commitment of the professors at the university. Jerri said, "I enjoy when they take the time to get to know students in an online setting. It really brings the course and the college experience to life."
Upon graduating in May, I plan to attend the university of my choice to major in biology and study dentistry with a concentration in orthodontics. Being an orthodontist has not always been my career aspiration, I had hopes of being a pediatric cardiologist before. I became fascinated with the profession when I received braces of my own and witnessed the transformation first-hand. This upcoming summer I have made plans to shadow my orthodontist to get an inside look at my future occupation. I joined FBLA to acquire more information about the business world because I hope to have my own orthodontic practice in the future.
My long-term goals for the future include graduating a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and furthering my education by getting my bachelor 's degree in biochemistry, where I have already begun my education, and a minor in Spanish speaking, both I feel will benefit me greatly in my future in the field of health sciences by giving me an edge to get into programs that will get me to my goal, I then plan on attending medical school and a residency in neurosurgery. My ultimate goal is to be a board certified neurosurgeon and work to change peoples lives forever. When I was twelve, my grandma and I attended an exhibit at the Idaho Discovery Center on the human body and as soon as I caught a glimpse of what was behind those velvet curtains, my life
As a University of Wisconsin-Madison student, I will take advantage of various research opportunities. My goal is to become a midwife nurse for that reason I want to do research on the reproductive system. I also want to find different ways to improve women’s health overall. I plan to take full advantage of the university’s
Some of us intend to take this path as our career in the future. As for me, I am still keeping my options open whether in choosing medicine or surgery for my future career. However, after completing a semester of this special study module under the guidance of Dr Mary McCumiskey, it opened my eyes to surgical practice. Overall, it was a very good experience for me as a student to be exposed to this field.
Deciding to go back to school for my master’s degree was not an particularly easy choice. I had just started a new job and found myself surrounded by smart, highly educated peers. It took me ten years to complete my undergraduate coursework, and while I was the first person in my family to obtain a bachelor’s degree, surrounded by coworkers that had master’s degrees caused me to feel very inadequate. I told myself that I was promoted to this position based on my merit and I did not need a master’s degree to validate myself. Yet, I was also faced with the fact that I would need to be competitive with my peers should further advancement become available.