Carmen introduced everybody to Jana Pierson who will be teaching DA106: Dental and Medical Emergency Management and DA202: Dental Materials. Jana is a native of the Rogue Valley area just received her master’s degree and she has been a dental hygienist for 18 years. This is Jana’s first teaching experience and she is having fun and excited to be at RCC! Briefly, Teri updated the dental assistant staff with the new position changes.
Cynthia Colllinsgru began her career at Ammons Shoprite in 2007 , She was 18 years old . In 2012 she was promoted to Department Manager . Cynthia was chosen to learn CGO (computer generated ordering ) and the entire inventory system and then asked to run HABA (the Health and Beauty Aids ) department . In order to excel in this new position , Cynthia attended the Dale Carnegie Leadership Immersion training provided by Ammons on site during work hours .
Soto met Jessie de la Cruz, now in her 80s, in a get-together of the California Rural Assistance League in 1998 and not long after started talking with her. Through her stories of her life as a kid worker, a youthful mother working under tiresome conditions in the fields, a union coordinator, and in the end a little ranch proprietor, Soto
She moved there to read more and earn her Master 's degree. Within a year she had her Master’s degree and met her future husband, Conrad Schneider. She also got her first real job as a news reporter and broadcaster for a radio station in Charlottesville. During the 1980’s she and Conrad lived in Atlanta, Georgia and Washington D.C., where she also worked as a press secretary for a member of the U.S. congress. But in 1991, they decided to start a family.
A life changing challenge I had was working in the nursing home. In high school, my senior year, I signed up to be in the CNA program, where you could get your CNA license. In the beginning of the year, we learned how to do different activities to take care of someone in need. There were only six in my class, so we could practice on each other. There were ten of us in the CNA program total.
My mom and I moved in with my grandmother for a number of years. Though I didn’t realize it until I was a little older, I watched my mom balance her schedule between two to three jobs and going to school. My mother wanted to have a better life and future not only for me but herself as well. This strong determination led her to put me in private school instead of public school.
I am a past camper of Camp Marist. My first year at camp was during the summer of 2009, I started off in La Petite for the second session. I have practically begged my parents to bring me back to camp each summer. I love seeing all the friends that I made in previous years, and look forward to meeting so many new ones. I have been to Camp Marist for 6 years.
My name is Claudia Pinto. This is my second semester at Saddleback College. I decided to major in Social work when I came back to school. I work full time at Hoag Hospital I decided that after a few years it was time to go back to school and learn more about a social worker. One of my favorite quotes on social work is, “I want to inspire people.
One of my best friends, Sheri, is a native Alaskan. We met in seventh grade at the Central Middle School of Science. It was my first year in Anchorage where I was attending a public school downtown. She could speak her native language (Inuit) and English. Every summer, she would move back to her village, Shaktoolik (population, 300).
Ever since I was about 8 or 9 years old I always knew I wanted to be something in the healthcare field. I knew that I was interested and fascinated by the human body and wanted to learn more. I was always exposed to the healthcare field because my grandmother was CNA and my great grandmother was a registered nurse. So growing up around them I learned a lot of medical things.
Margie discovered in her early years a love for fashion, makeup, reading, writing, and drawing. She would go on to graduate from Poly Technic High School in Fort Worth, Texas. The multi-talented young woman had her first child, kYmberly Mieshia Dionne Keeton in her early twenties and continued on with her education by taking classes at a local community college. Later on in life Margie was married to Dudley Glen Bell, Sr., in which they bore three beautiful children, JBell (Deceased),
She is currently going to another college to obtain her bachelor degree in Early Childhood education. She has been working there for almost a year she is the assistant director also. Kayla was so enthusiasm and helpful. When she first started she was working with infants but the facility is participating in the continuity of care program. This program is when the teachers stay with the children from birth to three years old.
Peyton Manning’s forehead isn’t the only thing that’s big in his life. Peyton Manning has been a huge football star and continues his legacy even after retiring. In the Leaving a Legacy unit, many social and historical movements, as well as people and their legacies have been explored. Although he retired, Peyton Manning’s legacy is still seen today. Peyton Manning’s life began on March 24th, 1976 in New Orleans.
When you're eighteen, it's hard for anyone to tell you what to do. After all you're an adult and you definitely think you've experienced it all. I’m a graduate of Kalamazoo Central High School was not much different in my thinking - wanting to chase my dreams and have a college life beyond the boundaries of Kalamazoo. As an 18 year old, I was ready to leave my hometown, I thought I had seen everything Kalamazoo had to offer, and I was ready for new beginnings.
My current name is Samoset; I am a Native American from the Wampanoag nation of Massachusetts. I have had my name changed many times throughout my life so far, as this is common in my culture and tribe (Schultz 46). I married a beautiful woman at the age of 18 and we have two children a boy and girl. My days are spent hunting or fishing in the morning, working on my mishoon or home in the afternoons and playing with the children in the evening ("1620s Daily Life."). My wife takes care of the house, cooks our meals, makes our clothing and cares for our children.