I agree with him, because all my life my mom always told me, “ To get somewhere in life, you need education.” My mom should know since she struggled with school and finding jobs, but there’s a bigger reason on why i believe in this statement. My older sister at 18 had my beautiful niece, just as she graduated high school. She didn’t even think about college, when she has to take care of a kid. The only job she can find was
I believe that tomorrow’s nurses must be committed to a lifetime of learning and service to their profession and communities. By obtaining a Certified Nursing Assistant licensure through FutureCare, I will be able to advance my career goals and aspirations..
I have decided to pursue nursing and apply for the second degree accelerated nursing program; I consider myself a highly motivated individual with a value of strong work ethic. I can certainly distinguish myself as a person with numerous interests, a range of skills and goals. My Goals are to become a highly skilled nurse, work for the united state military and help save lives. Just like my father, I would love to provide a great humanitarian service, not for the pay or the glory or the recognition but to save lives, give hope, provide care, love and touch
When I was growing up, multiple people questioned me about my future career, and others even pressured me into certain careers. All the influences I have had over time have formed my idea of the perfect occupation, that fits my personality and interests. The careers I have based my future life plans are a pharmacist or a certified registered nurse anesthetist. Both of these careers require a great deal of school and hard work. My decision of these careers was influenced by both of them being within the medical field, and also both focus on helping people.
So from traditions through hard times my family has always pushed to achieve my goals. Whether it 's to save a certain amount of money to doing better in school they have always pushed me. I remember struggling really hard in the fifth grade with math and science. This year was when I got to be in a class with my teacher being pregnant. She was only there for a few months and then leaving for maternity leave.
Why College Education is Important to Me By Kayte Forrester I made it a goal for myself to be the first in my family to attend college. After a really bad day at work as a CNA, I finally just signed up and said I’m going to do better for myself. I want a career that has a steady future, something that is financially secure, but most important having a college degree is going to give me a big leap in self-esteem. Getting a college education is going to open a whole new world of opportunities for me.
Reasons why nursing is my choice? This has been a long-term goal and something I have dreamed of doing since I was a little girl. In order to reach my goal, I will conduct a detailed research, including which colleges in Georgia that have Registered Nursing programs and how long each program catch to complete. My research will also contain the different wages for Registered Nurses and where the greatest demand is for Registered Nurses.
Joining a professional association for nurses is one of my short-term goals. In this association, I aim to identify mentors to spearhead my learning patterns. Similarly, I frequently attend specialty conferences besides getting involved in different exchange programs that improve my communication skills. On the other hand, one of my priorities in forming my long-term goal is to advance in educational career. Climbing up the ladder to achieve a master degree in nursing will be the first commendable achievement.
I plan to continue my education full time because I understand the demands of an accelerated nursing program and preparation for the NCLEX test is a substantial commitment. I think the curriculum of the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, a degree program that requires pre-requisite science classes and natural science classes, helped prepare me for the requirements nursing will bring. I have also take pathophysiology as an elective at MSU and completed the State of Ohio’s STNA course and examination. This background and the focus of being a full time nursing student should contribute towards success at Xavier in the accelerated nursing program and enable me to achieve my
With their help I left John Edgar Howard elementary school with a strong head on my shoulders, and the devotion to strive for more. I had to move to a different elementary school because John Edgar Howard Elementary ended up being closed, because of the rough neighborhood. I then, attended Bradbury Heights; a school that I didn’t know existed. I was never exposed to many different neighborhoods, or opportunities. I managed to graduate and proceed to middle school where I continued my athletic career of basketball, and outstanding academic profile.
The reason why I chose to go to school for Nursing is because of my mother, Charlotte Anthony. My mother is paralyzed from waist down. I have been helping her since I was nine years old. I have helped her bathe, get dressed, and get in and out of the bed. My experience with her has taught me a lot.
It was misconception, however, because attending this school would bring even more than those I had before. My parents could never be able to afford this school for me, but that didn 't stop me from desiring to live in a place where I knew, opportunities were around every corner and I was right. My University has been so generous since the day I stepped foot on campus and has provided me the support I need to be successful. My responsibilities are still in tact, I 'm working hard to stay in good academic standing, balancing work and organizations, and helping out at home the best I can from hours away. The doors that have opened since I decided to attend Texas A&M are those which I would have never came into contact with if I had failed to believe in myself as well as the Aggies who were immediate to congratulate me when I did.
Rivera. Session1.Journal What made me want to go back to school was that I didn 't have anything else going for me after high school. I had two beautiful children in the process. I couldn 't find a job or anything it was hard on my own.
I grew worried that my four years of high school would pass by without a chance for me to continue the work that I loved doing with the Durnibar Foundation. But gradually, I realized that the time spent with my aunt was my new outlet to help those in need.