I wanted to start a club about cups. Ever since I was 7 years old I wanted to start a club for cupstacking and teach others this wonderful skill. Cupstacking involved stacking cups in sequences while also trying to get the fastest time possible. It started in the summer of 2015 and I taught summer camp children cupstacking just for fun. Then I started thinking, “What if I started a cupstacking club in my old school?”
Ever since I was a little girl my dream was to grow up and be a doctor, and i still have that dream. My choice of major is Biology: Anatomy and Physiology to later go on to medical school and become an ER physician. I feel like I have always been push to be a doctor and that is why I just ended up really getting into it more and more as I grew older. I actually grew up with a variety of people in the medical field including my mother, which is when I truly realized that science and the human body fascinated me. I was ten when my mom decided to become a Medical Assistant (MA), and she would always take me to her classes with her
I will be dealing with domestic violence and trauma families and children. I am excited to this new chapter and new beginning to starting putting what I learned into action and learn even more. My site supervisor is a well established LMFT with supervision certifications for over 10 years. He allows his trainees and interns to practice the style they want to explore.
Football, soccer, and track were what were what took up most of my time until I had a big injury. Which made me forget about playing sports for a whole year. During this time, I looked for ways to stay busy. I came upon this special opportunity to work with wild rescued animals, At least that’s what the lady I
I asked him several questions about what it’s like to be a structural welder and how their job can contribute to the world. When asked “why did you decide to go into welding as a career?” Babek responded with “Well my interest in welding started in high school when I began to worry about what I was going to do when I got out into the world on my own and I remember hearing all kinds of things about the career opportunities welding presented so I asked my school counselor about the subject.” I found myself rather interested in his story as it went on. He continued with “See she told me welding was a very profitable venture to pursue as an early start out of highschool and further if you enjoy it.
When I was a Test Engineering Co-op at Cummins Inc. in Stoughton, WI, I volunteered for the Take Your Child to Work Day event on campus. For the event, a fellow co-op and I set up a simple test rig to demonstrate the importance air filtration system in engines to kids aged 6-12. The main objective of this was to galvanize kids, especially young girls, to pursue a career in STEM. In addition, I also participated in an Adopt-A-Park event, where all the co-ops volunteered to clean a park in a low-income neighborhood.
My mother was my number one supporter then, and still is now. She is always by my side, and there for me. My pawpa is another important family member; he will be there for me, and come get me from across the states if I asked him too. He gives me sound advice, and guides me. I would say the event that impacted my life the most would be having cancer at such an early age.
Growing up, I never thought I would be pursuing a career in the medical field. I can remember stages of my childhood where I wanted to be a teacher, a horseback rider, and even The President. The turning point for me was The Running Dream. I read this book when I was a freshman in high school, and it was so good that I realized what I wanted to do for the rest of my life: work with prosthetics. The book The Running Dream by Wendelin Van Draanen is about a high school track and field prodigy, who lived and breathed to run.
The summer of my junior year I had a severe injury which made me led me but no choice to let go of my other sports and my after school music activities. It was a burden on my shoulders because I loved doing all the activities but in the end, it was all about getting better grades, improving my playing skills and most importantly for me to get healthy again. I worked through the difficult times so I could be there for my team. Teamwork was possibly the most valuable lesson I learned from Lacrosse. Learning to work together with other individuals to achieve a common goal is a skill that I have used and will continue to use, for the rest of my life.
During my junior year of high school, I changed my mind on what I wanted to go to school for. Being a veterinary technician is an exciting job, you are always on your feet doing something, whether it being giving routine shots or assisting during a surgery. I chose to do my PREP Project on veterinary technology so that I was able to get an inside look into what I wanted to pursue, to make sure that it was the right choice for me. In May of 2015, I called the Beckwith Veterinary Hospital in Modesto, California and asked them if any of their veterinary technicians would be able to be my mentor.
My experience is like being an Emergency medical service (EMT) or a Paramedic because such as rolling dice, you never know the outcome. My goal in life is to become a Paramedic. To do this, I will need to go on, after high school to attend a community college for 2 years to major in fire science and receive an Associate's degree to apply for a Emergency Medical Services (EMT) or Paramedic. Once I become an EMT, during the time of work I will still attend school and training to further my education to become a higher position as a paramedic. In the medical field it is always better to excel in your position.
Nurse practitioner I have always wanted to be a nurse practitioner. My mom has always pushed me to be a nurse, finally I realized what nurses do. I like to help people. I used to always doctor my papaw. I want to be able to help
I believe I could be an Emergency Room Nurse because I love the idea of working in a fast pace environment. There must be an adrenaline rush working as an Emergency Room nurse. I enjoy having to think on my feet and having to react in the spur of the moment. I also love the idea of being able to see new patients with different problems every day. I enjoy the idea of going to work and not every day being the same at all.
For anyone going into the healthcare field there are certain characteristics one should possess. As for a physician assistant these characteristics would apply, along with a few others. A physician assistant works closely with an attending physician to diagnose and treat their patients. Therefore, many characteristics that would make a successful physician assistant have to do with the physician- physician assistant relationship.
The Medical Assistant’s Creed is a collection of formal statements that reflect the morals and values that a medical assistant should adhere to daily. Each line holds its own meaning and together they reflect the different areas of responsibility that a medical office assistant has regarding patient care, self-betterment, daily practices, and ethics. “I believe in the principles and purposes of the profession of medical assisting.” This line means that one should wholeheartedly adopt the ethics of a medical office assistant and strive towards providing the best quality of care to each patient, as well as completing every assigned task to the best of one’s ability.