That was until, I saw that my parents were struggling financially and then filed for a divorce. Every time things got hard, both my mom and dad would tell me to “Focus, take school serious so that you can be successful and help us in the future”. Those words were my call to adventure. That was my motivation, that made me graduate high school and enroll myself at College of Saint Elizabeth. I decided to attend college because I knew that, that would make my parents happy.
Selena is a biographical drama film that tells the life of Selena Quintanilla-Pérez. Selena was a Tejano singer who was starting to rise to the top of her career before she was killed by her fan club president, the manager of her boutiques, and friend Yolanda Saldívar. The film takes the audience through the singer’s life from the time her father (Abraham Quintanilla) first heard her sing when she was a young girl to her death in 1995, showing her performances, her relationships with her family as well as guitarist Chris Pérez, and the effect that she had on people. In the movie Selena the prominent subgenre of American roots music is Tejano music.
My name is Megan Dagneau. I grew up in the small town Poland Maine. I have a three year old daughter. I work part time as a cashier and have just started my new adventure as a college student. I am a general studies student looking forward to transferring into the nursing program.
Helping and doing things for people is something I have always enjoyed, and I believe nursing combines these perfectly. I have always liked working with kids and for that reason, I want to be a Neonatal Nurse. A lot of people think that a Neonatal Nurse just has the responsibility of receiving the newborn and feeding it. Even though at times this might be true a Neonatal Nurse has other roles. A Nurse has to track the heartbeat of the babies, check breathing and make sure their respiratory system works.
La Vida De Julia Alvarez Sometimes life is unpredictable and people need to find a way to cope with the consequences. This is exactly what Julia Alvarez had to do. “I found myself turning more and more to writing as the one place where I felt I belonged and could make sense of myself, my life, all that was happening to me. I realized that I had lost the island we had come from but with the words and encouragement of my teacher, I had discovered an even better world ” (Julia Alvarez Contemporary). Julia Alvarez did not have an ordinary childhood, but thanks to her perseverance she excelled and become an amazing woman; not only was she an exceptional person, but she would later use her wisdom to become an inspirational American writer who
Lopez, Sandra A. "Culture as an influencing factor in adolescent grief and bereavement. " The Prevention Researcher 18.3 (2011). Print. Sandra Lopez, a clinical social work professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of social work, explains how disregarding the culture of a person who is mourning the loss of a loved one can be offensive. She gave the example of Michael Sanchez who was at grief because of the loss of his grandfather.
My clinic observation gave me a different look on nursing. I was placed on the high risk floor and if you are a high risk patient you have to come to the clinic each week until the delivery of the baby. I enjoyed being able to hands on see several of the procedures we have discussed in class such as GBS test, urine dipsticks, and ultrasounds. The one thing I didn’t care for much was that the patient interaction was very minimal, the nurse really doesn’t interact with the patient’s much after she get them to their examination room. I liked being able to see the various roles of the healthcare team be fulfilled.
School that is all I know for now, taking baby steps that will lead me to take a big step with my life. Hoping that just focusing on living and being open to new ideas will help me to the path that is destined for me. For the future I know that as long as I have the desire to continue my education I can find the right career path for myself and that I will find myself in the process. One of the hardest things to admit to myself and others is that I don’t know what my purpose is. Although, when I say that I am wrong, I do know what my purpose is.
I am a firm believer that in order to be happy and successful, you need to have a job that you love to do. This ideology is what motivated me to want to become a nurse practitioner and help the people in my community. Attending California State University, Los Angeles is allowing me to pursue my academic goal of getting into the nursing program. I aspire to get my bachelors of science in nursing to be able to become a registered nurse. After gaining experience as a registered nurse, I will pursue a master of science in nursing to become a nurse practitioner.
My educational goal is to graduate from college and get my bachelor 's degree in Pediatric Nursing. This reason why I say this is because graduating from college is a huge accomplishment. Graduating from high school and going to college is a huge stepping stone because you 're starting a new chapter in your life. Think about it, you are going through 4 years of learning about a major that you are passionate about and wanting to have a career is the biggest motivational drive, What you’re passionate about can be your drive to finish college because wouldn’t you want a career?
Nursing is the most rewarding profession a person can embark upon. Being in the profession for more years than I care to remember, I have seen many changes. Starting my career in nursing as a certified nurse assistant (CNA), most of my years were spent in skilled nursing facilities (SNFs). There was no greater satisfaction than
My philosophy of nursing is deeply rooted in my desire to care for people. My nursing tale began several years ago in Africa. I grew up in a remote village where females were not allowed to go to school because to the men, it was just a complete waste of time and money so for this reason I was constantly in and out of School. Since there was no electricity where I lived, at moon light after the completion of domestic and farm work my peers and I would gather outside of the hut to tell stories and expressed our dreams of what we want to become when we grow up.
I am devoted to lifelong learning and plan to obtain my doctorate of nursing practice. I have known many fantastic nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, and educators throughout the years. I have known many RN’s that have gone on to practice in each of those professions. I choose to become a nurse practitioner because I believe in the nursing philosophy of healing the whole person. I believe providers need to be more mindful of the benefits of holistic, preventative care.
I have a heart for service and a strong desire to make a difference in people’s lives. Becoming a nurse I will be able to fulfill my passion of making a positive impact on individual lives on a daily basis. I will be able to fulfill my nurturing and caring desires of helping others. I’m very passionate and fascinated with the medical field in all aspects. I strive for excellence, integrity and love interacting with all diversity of people.
As I advanced, it became clear what I wanted to do in life. I vowed to work hard in school so that I would get better grades that would propel me into achieving my dreams. Also, I knew I had to get into a good college for all my dreams to be actualized. Without a college education, most of what I wanted would be just but a passing fancy.