I should be considered for the Kaiser Permanente Health Care Scholarship because I have proved and accomplished more than what I thought I would be capable of in my education, I am passionate for the health industry, and I financially need to be to succeed. I will continue my education by pursuing my goal to become a Registered Nurse. I first considered Registered Nursing when I joined the Health Academy and realized how passionate I was to help others. Throughout my years in the Health Academy, my passion grew drastically. My summer of 2015 was dedicated to two internships; one being a Medical Assistant (200 hours) and another as a Physical Therapy Aide (80 hours).
She was also an excellent adviser in preparing her students to excel in college media programs. Mrs. Brasch is just as much of a learner as she is an educator. With degree 's from Temple University, Cabrini College, and currently studying for her Doctorate in Education at your University, she is advanced when it comes to the changing wold of education. Her experience in the field with 6abc transferred exceedingly to the classroom. Over the past 9 years, Mrs. Brasch has paralleled Wissahickon School District 's television production programs to college level programs.
During Women 's History Month, Anthem has recognized female leaders through Women of Anthem: Transforming Leadership and JTE Road To Success decided to follow suit. Our spotlight shines on newcomer, Debbie Seitz, Staff Vice President of Associate Experience, from Denver, Colorado. Although Debbie is relatively new to the health care industry, she has a comprehensive background in developing cross-functional business strategies and service models to support client service teams, designing integration strategies to ensure workflow and productivity are maximized, as well as launching associate training, engagement and recognition programs. In this newly created position, Debbie is overseeing work force management and resource planning and strategy,
Throughout my life time I have been inspired by many great people but the one who stands out the most is Marian Wright Edelman. Marian, born June 6,1939, has been an advocate for disadvantaged American for her entire professional life. She is the president and founder of Children 's Defense Funds, and an activist for the rights of children. I first read about Mrs. Edelman when I came across an inspirational quote from her, "You really can change the world, if you really care enough" This quote spoke to me in many ways. Out of curiosity, I continued to do more research on her and what I learned were things that changed my life for the better.
Her enthusiasm continued, along with the development of the rest of her life. Mary not only had grown as an intellectual, but so had her independent stance in the world. Soon after she had graduated from medical school, she married the man in whom she loved and opened her own private practice. Mary still aspired to have a larger role among the community. After offering her business to the government, she applied for a role in the U.S. Army, however, she was denied and instead offered the
L&C alumna Adrienne Reed Oliver has had her heart set on working at Lewis and Clark Community College ever since she graduated from the college in 1990. “Lewis and Clark Community College has been a long-term goal for me since I graduated,” Reed Oliver said. “I was so inspired by my speech teacher, Linda Watkins, I vowed to return and give back the same support, the same constructive criticism and the same demands for only the best, just as she had.” As Lewis and Clark’s Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion, Reed Oliver is focused getting to know students individually and helping them overcome specific obstacles. “We are exploring ways to monitor the progress and better serve each individual student,” she said. “We have found that students who maintain contact with any Student Engagement source are more likely to succeed.
Frances Perkins was born in Boston Massachusetts on April 10, 1882 to father; Fred W. Perkins and mother; Susan E. Bean and died in New York, New York on May 14, 1965. During her lifetime she played a huge role on labor laws and women’s equal rights. Perkins was raised to value family first. She graduated from Worcester Classical High School in 1898. Then attended Mount Holyoke College.
Maria Regina Gainey BC 506: The Life and Thoughts of Howard Thurman Dr. Jeanette Floyd 23, September 2015 Week 6 assignment-2nd part When Thurman left his position as dean at Howard University to co-found the first fully integrated, multi-cultural church in the U.S. in San Francisco, CA. He was starting a revolution. Thurman had the ability to bring every ethnic background together to worship and work for peace. "Do not be silent; there is no limit to the power that may be released through you." (Thurman) In my opinion, Thurman’s wife, Sue Baily was the wind beneath his wings, because she had some the same desires and passions that Thurman had which were interracial and spiritual relationship building and to find a way to tear down
Throughout the last three years, I have worked with the elderly in a nursing home called Aase Haugen as a certified nursing assistant. Since then, I have gained a tremendous amount of respect for registered nurses. Their leadership, passion, and commitment has inspired me to provide great health care to patients now and in my future career as a nurse. I am currently a freshman that has been accepted into the nursing program at Luther College. I think I would be a good candidate for this scholarship, because I put a tremendous amount of heart into my job and truly enjoying helping and assisting the elderly.
I believe Madonna University would be the perfect fit for my college choice. I have seen the college due to my older sister graduating there with her Bachelors of Science in Nursing which I plan on doing as well. Multiple organizations I would like to join are Madonna University Nursing Student Association (MUSNA) ,Early Childhood Club or Hispanic/Latino Heritage Club. At Crestwood High School, I play first base for the varsity softball team and would love to play for Madonna 's softball team. I would like to go to Madonna University because their graduate student’s achieve Christian humanistic values in their students, intellectual inquiry, respect for diversity, and commitment to serving others through a liberal arts education.
Blossom Hill Nursery School, an Experience in Infant Education The school of my choice is Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia considering that they teach with a Christian worldview. While I already contribute to my community and my church, having a teaching degree from Liberty University Online will strengthen my Christian values, broaden my knowledge base, and equip me with the skills necessary to impact my sphere of influence. Already a small business owner, my desire is to pursue an early childhood education degree, so that I can own and manage my own infant nursery school. I follow a generation of teachers-- my grandmother, my mother, and my sister. Since teachers do not earn that much money, not much has been saved for my college funds.
• Four days after 9/11 she was ordained as an inter-faith spiritualist minister. • Pamela has taken a workshop with Doreen Virtue and attended seminars that featured Raymond Moody, Brian Weiss, Irene Hickman, Dannion Brinkley, Dick and Tara Sutphen, James Van Praagh, Rosemary Altea, etc. She has also studied with less famous people but were awesome teacher. Pamela plans on being the path of personal growth till her deathbed and
Located in the heart of Omaha, NE, Mercy High School is alive with the spirit of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy. I have been blessed with the opportunity to teach in an environment so rich in history and tradition. Although she died in 1841, Mother McAuley’s legacy lives on through our mission: “Mercy High School is a diverse educational community, founded by the Sisters of Mercy, focusing on academic excellence and inspiring young girls to become confident women of Mercy who embody faith, knowledge and compassionate service” (About Mercy, 2015). These three pillars of a Mercy education encompass her life’s work. In the completion of this assignment, the wise words of Catherine McAuley ring true: “Let us take one day only in hands at a time.
Beth believes her spiritual gifts that led her to be a womens minister include teaching, leadership and administration. She has been the womens minister at HHBC for 18 years and currently has a five year plan to change the way womens ministry functions. It includes moving from events to focusing on the individual women and their relationship with Christ. Over the years Beth has learned many things about womens ministry. They include to remember that there are always two sides to every story, women are some of the strongest people she knows and women in general need encouragement.
I am writing this recommendation letter at the request of Samantha Mercado who is applying for the Resident Assistant position. I was lucky enough to have Samantha as a resident and suitemate this year in Stuyvesant Hall. Over the past semester, I am proud to say that I have seen Samantha grow as a student and find her place at Hofstra University. Samantha is one of the most focused and driven individuals I have ever met. Her commitment to academics is second to none and as a Dance and Biology double major with a concentration in Pre-Medical Studies, her time management and problem solving skills are top of the line.