TNSCTP Scholarship Letter Athlete: Madelynn Weas Madelynn has been voted President of Str8 Shooters Clay Team by her teammates for the last 2 years. She fills the role perfectly with her drive for knowledge, she has been in a leadership roll for years as a 4H Honors/Allstar member. I think that this has helped her perfect her pursuit through coaching or mentoring shotgun sports with SCTP. I can always rely on her to work with me on our new and upcoming youth, her form and stance will always be textbook, this seems to help the youth understand what goal we are working towards. She could and will pursue the roll of coaching to the next level in the future.
Q: Any advice for Rookie dental assistants? A: dentist treat their assistants like glorified slaves but once you work with them well you will feel like a part of the team its really great to create that bond. Q: what is it like to be a dental assistant? A: your experience depends on the dentist you work with, I was lucky enough to get a really patient and understandable dentist. Q:what should I expect going into that career path?
My fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Mackey made a positive effect on my life. She was a very impactful teacher who even today I speak to often. She went above and beyond to ensure that her students were achieving in her classroom. Mrs. Mackey had a relationship with every student in her class and kept up with us through our middle school and high school years. We had such a relationship that she wrote a recommendation letter for me when I was applying for scholarships.
We serviced many award winning southwest jewelers with gem quality turquoise, Italian red coral, and lapis lazuli from Afghanistan. I also spent many hours designing jewelry with my hand cut stone beads. So some of the earrings I wear may be from that time. Bisbee was a unique and fun small town environment to live and raise kids. I have four grown daughters; Barbara – life counselor in Utah; Kimberly – event planner in San Francisco; Lindsey – in medical residency Corpus Christi, Texas; and Julia – RN in Cortez, CO.
As this program helped my partner practice English, it also helped me gain self-esteem and confidence to express myself openly about what my academic and personal challenges were to the people who know me best. [In the summer and fall 2016, I was able to excel in my classes again because I was enjoyed the classes that I took, in addition to the help that I received. During fall quarter of 2016, I began my first computer science class, and was thoroughly interested in the subject. Although it was disappointing to repeat my English course, my second English course had provided me a new perspective to achieve better grade than previously. Despite the fact that I had to repeat my second computer class in Spring 2017, I was quicker to learn, manage my time, and present all of my course work clearly to excel in the
Introduction For this assignment I decided to interview a friend, and find out all I could about the profession of being a dental hygienist. Marissa Crouch is new to the medical world and loves her job very much. In the interview we discussed; why she chose to become a dental hygienist, what schooling she went through, how she and her coworkers see the health care field changing, and how she uses health promotion in her job setting. Marissa helped me to learn a lot about her chosen profession and what to expect if I wanted to become a dental hygienist myself one day. Deciding on a Profession Marissa Crouch was deciding between two different careers both in the health care world.
A job in the business industry that I love is one goal after college. With a stable job, I will be able to provide my parents any of their needs. The career I want to pursue is in business management and marketing. My marketing class at the Lapeer Education and Technology Center has given me the passion for business. The skills acquired throughout two years in that class has gotten me an offering for a job as a secretary after I graduate high school.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would first like to thank God for without Him, I am not. I am thankful for my friend who helped me identify the Texila American University as the best school to study with. I highly acknowledge the presence of the academic coordinator for she guides me and help me with the necessary material for the program. I am truly thankful for my IT officer who assists me in having access to the internet for communication with the university and also to have access to my program materials. Finally, I thank my mother who is always encouraging me in every area of life.
Exposure to people who can not function fully on their own assisted me and built me into who I am today. Gaining such experiences with people at such a young age gave me substantial qualities of being trustworthy, caring, and responsible, ultimately leading me to pursue a nursing career in my future. About eight months ago, my aunt gave birth to a tiny baby girl named Gianna. They live less than five miles away from me, allowing me to always be available to help out. I was constantly racing to their house in my free time to play with the baby and do what I could to help my aunt and her husband.
Because of the COB Mentoring Program I've met so many amazing people that I know I'll stay in touch with even after my college years. I've met my closest friend through the program who is now my roommate. I've had the opportunity to get to know Kayley, my mentor, as a person and build a strong relationship with her through our weekly dinner dates, grocery runs, and football games. I remember the first conversation we ever had together, Kayley told me that she would be
Nursing Organization: This exercise I found interesting and educational. Enjoyed reading the many organizations out there and that they are for nurses to have instant access to education, leadership and advocacy programs, publications about what you want to know, and your interest, along with access to scholarships and grants. With this day of social media they are also an online community that is there when you need them. I think its great that as nurses we can come together and help each other out, we are a community that can get things done, and make changes not only within our practice but also within our