The infamous answer to the question, “What is your primary goal for going to school?” is “to further my education, get a job, and be successful” such a cliché if I must say myself. My goal attending school is to make my family happy, as well as myself. In high school, I did not apply myself like I should have done because I was not sure if college was in my favor. Also, being the child of a single parent wanting to attend college seemed impossible, especially far from home. In a family where no one has surpassed the first two years of college, I feel a spotlight is on me to not only finish, but also finish strong. I know how proud my family will be of my accomplishment and how rewarding it will be for me trying to obtain a decent job in the
I would be honored if I got accepted into NHS. When I learned about National Honors Society I knew I wanted to be a part of it. As a young child I would see my friends older siblings proudly hang their certificate up, and I knew I wanted to be as proud as they were. I am a very hard-working student, and I love to learn. I also love that I grow as my knowledge grows. Although, neither of my parents were privileged enough to attended school, I hope to go to college. I will become part of the first generation of my family to attend college.
The reason I wish to be in upward bound because I feel that I could benefit from the things you offer. I want to succeed so badly in the future, but I'm not very sure I can. I believe that being in this program could help me relieve some of that anxiety. I worry about my future most of the time because I want to be something because at this moment I feel like nothing. I have anxiety and depression. I'm trying my hardest to overcome them , so they won't affect my life harshly and I'll be able to do the things I wish to do. I wish to meet new people, hoping that I will find someone who I can be myself with. I strive for perfection, but I know things don't always have to be perfect in certain situations. I love finding new ways to help my future. I enjoy talking about my future and what I wish to do and my other plans. I'm scared of my future, but I
After I graduate, I want to be an instructor with the Dine Corps and become a Homicide Detective. When I graduate PCC, my goals will take the rest of my life time, but my main goal, is to be a role model to others. To start off, after I graduate, I will join to join the Dine Corps and become an instructor, I want to help my country, so I shall train others how to fight and things like that. By being in the Dine Corps for a few years, I will have saved money to go to a bigger college, will going to a bigger college, I will gain the information to becoming an outstanding Homicide Detective. I have decided to go to either Adams State University or University of Colorado Denver to finish getting my Masters Degree. When I complete all of my
Why College? College is my life long-term goal not only it gives me the opportunity for me to learn new things it also challenges; College also expose me to many different professions in my nursing career. College is important to me because I will be the first in my family to gradated with an Associate of Science to become a Register Nurse, opening many doors in the professional field, help build the numbers of male nurses around the world, and also make my family proud. After college I won’t be receiving a piece of paper with my name on it’s going more than that it help me do become successful in life.
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. When I was in 8th grade I finally told my doctor that I wanted to follow in her footsteps and help other children who are living with this awful disease. The summer after my 9th grade year I began taking some of my prerequisites for the nursing program in order to get a head start. I continued to take a college class each summer
Two weeks into my senior year I severely ruptured my appendix, in the process of all that pain I figured out my passion for the rest of my life. It sounds like a cliche,“ I was hurt and I had an epiphany “ but what I went through was an actual life altering experience, its changed the way I used to view myself, most doctors and my future.
Hello my Names is James Starks, I was very excited to start school this year. I am nineteen years young, I was born August 22, 1996. This is my second time being a senior, I have been at senior for Four years and this is now my fifth.
Everyday in the world, children become sick or get into accidents and need medical attention. In the future, my dream is to become a pediatrician nurse. Pediatrician nurses take care of babies,children,and teens"Your Future in Pediatric Nursing." Pediatric Nursing Careers. Trademark of PNCB, 1 Jan. 2015. Web. 14 Sept. 2015.When young, children attend the doctor.Many kids have the same doctor until they are 17 , then they are transferred to another doctor. Nurses who have a pediatric degree care for babies and build relationships with their families."ExploreHealthCareers.org." Pediatric Nurse. N.p., 1 Jan. 2015. Web. 14 Sept. 2015.This means once you get your degree, you build a relationship with the family to have trust to treat their child.
Pediatric nursing is a great career choice because I will have the opportunity to interact with young children and help them. Also, there are many job opportunities in this field. The jobs for Pediatric Nurses are increasing over the years. It would be easy to find a good job in the field of Pediatric Nursing, while still working on improving my career. I plan to approach my career by going to college and working as a RN to gain some experience. This is a factual report because I have facts about being a pediatric nurse. My whole report has been collecting information about becoming a Pediatric Nurse. I am going to talk about how to become a pediatric nurse, the advantages, what you would do, and the flexibility of the job.
What I hope to gain by participating in Roosevelt’s Graduate Assistantship is continued knowledge and success. As I reflect on my collegiate experience, I have endured on a long journey to get to this point in my life. Hard work, determination, and unwavering faith has helped get me to this point. I want to continue to be inspired and hope to inspire those that I cross paths with. I hope that by participating in Roosevelt’s Graduate Assistantship I am able to continue to push myself beyond the limits. A continued personal goal for me is to not only be the first member of my family to go to college, but also be the first to obtain my master’s degree. At an earlier age it was instilled that knowledge and education the ultimate key to success.
I can honestly say that the reason I want to go to college is because this is going to be the last time before I enter the work force that I can be intellectually and academically challenged, where I can learn much about all the things I wanted to learn about, with friends who were as dedicated to learning and the pursuit of knowledge as I am.
Everybody has ambitions that they hope to one day achieve. Whether they are short-term or long-term, goals are what help build the foundation for a successful future. I have goals myself, both personal and professional, that I intend to accomplish. These include acquiring a 4.0 grade-point average (GPA) for the
My educational goals are to achieve my Associates of Arts degree. During this process I hope to find my drive and passion and continue my education in order to reach this goal of a career that I love. Without achieving my Associates of Arts degree and providing me time to figure out what career field interest me the most I would be jumping into an unknown field in hopes that I like