Pharmacology has been a goal and a purpose of mine for many years. Being a certified pharmacy technician for over seven years, I have worked to expand my drive to learn and help others. This has directed my ambition to become a pharmacist. My immediate professional goal is to be the purpose of helping and educating. I have that purpose.
Being a first time degree scholar, a degree has been overlooked by those in my family. Those surrounding me don 't know the meaning of a degree or the benefits and how this would affect my life. Being a hispanic scholar has also given me the chance to put more effort in what i do in order to surpass the stereotypical aspects of my culture when it comes to education. As i work for a degree i will be on my way to building a better future for myself and family. Having a degree will give me a competitive advantage and will allow me to professionally help others.
I just completed my Bachelor of Science in Nursing and look forward to exploring nursing theory, evidence-based practice and leadership even further in the advance practice curriculum. I am pursuing family nurse practitioner because it will allow me to be more versatile in my nursing skills and serve a larger patient population. There has been a focus on primary care medicine since the Affordable Care Act; resulting in a larger need for nurse practitioners required to care for this patient population. I have been granted an opportunity to advance my career and I am more than ready to take on the added responsibilities and handle treatment plans autonomously, as well as learning additional skills such as diagnosing and prescribing medications. By obtaining my graduate level education my clinical judgment would be enhanced to improve safety, quality of care and patient outcomes substantially.
My #1 goal is to become a pediatric oncology/hematology Nurse Practitioner. When I was 10 I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and T-cell disease. That experience changed my life and helped me establish what career I wanted. The nurses and doctors that took care of me while I was sick were wonderful and became like family to me; the kept me strong when I was weak and made my weeks in the hospital bearable.
Career Goals: Becoming a successful cardiologists All throughout my lifetime, I have always known that I wanted to grow up and work in the medical field but was not for certain of what I really wanted to do. This all changed about four years ago sitting in my Health Science class learning about how the heart functions. From that point on, I realized that cardiology is the medical field for me. In order to achieve my career goal of being a highly successful cardiologist, I will have many obstacles to overcome.
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.
I remember at nine years old, walking by a store and seeing a huge book. Me being a total bookworm decided I had to have it! I pulled my mom into the store and begged her to buy it for me, which she did. I got it home, opened it up and realized it was an anatomy book. I read through each page, looked over every picture, and became fascinated by the human body.
My interest in a counseling related profession and helping others spawned as a result of a lifetime of learning and curiosity; namely, mindfully molding my thoughts, actions, and habits into a perpetual pattern of unconscious and unpremeditated altruistic behavior. Furthermore, I have always aspired to determine the roots of all my emotions and master the behaviors of a trustworthy, loyal, courteous, and kind individual. Every day should begin with the thought, “What can I, as an individual or collaboratively with others, accomplish to relieve part of the shared and total human suffering of this world?” If such a mantra was revered by the collective consciousness of the human race, misery and suffering would be sharply reduced, if not eliminated
Pursuing my college degree has been a long time goal because it will help me achieve more career advancement with greater financial rewards. When I first started in Business Management 30 years ago, I viewed a degree as more of a luxury. In today’s competitive job market, I view it as a necessity for continued career growth.
Success can be presented as many different things. It is not something that has only one definition. Being that the word differs from person to person. With that said, having a lot of money can be considered as success for some. In reference to someone who looks at having twenty dollars a success.