I thought I knew what career path I wanted for my future, with that in mind, I sought a degree in Fitness and Human Performance to continue with a career in Occupational Therapy. In this career choice, the way I got to help patients was through therapy. While taking classes, I realized Occupational Therapy is not what I truly was passionate about. I decided to take my mother’s advice and choose what I truly love to do, which is to help people all around and I believe the nursing program would be the best fit. I am currently completing my certified nurse program to proceed with a job as a patient care technician.
As graduation approaches, I continue to look forward in starting my journey in nursing. By graduating high school with my Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), this allows me to have a jumpstart on my career. I will continue to try my best at everything until my goals have been accomplished, just like Angie did. Both myself and Angie has numerous similarities in the career of nursing, including what motivated us, why we wanted to go into it, and how it has affected our lifestyles. Nursing requires human beings
Even though paramedics don’t really safe lives they do a lot for many people and I want the chance to help people out. My interest for wanting to be in the medical field also caught my attention because my mom always pushed the idea of me becoming a doctor or a nurse so that made me research and want to learn more about how to be in the medical field.
My personal goal is simply to be successful, and I don't mean money but to be happy with myself and what I have been able to accomplish. Whatever I choose to do I simply want to enjoy it, to be good at it, and to continue bettering myself. Becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner is my goal and I know in some few years to come I would have a Phd degree in nursing. I would like to help, be a huge part and play a role of success in the nursing field. Working for a major children's hospital has always been my dream and making a difference within the hospital would be my ideal goal of professional success.
Pursuing a career as a nurse has been my primary goal since I was a child. I have been doing a lot of things that would help me get in and do well in the field of nursing in every way possible. Due to the extensive amount of my academic and professional work experiences, I am assured that I can do better than most people with the same goal. There are so many high schoolers who do not really think about what they’re going to become until the last minute. Unlike them, I have decided to take as many health and science related classes as possible, that would help me increase my academic experiences and be ahead than most students.
To become a nurse practitioner you must have many educational requirements. You must first have either a high school diploma or your GED. You then must go to college and get your Master’s degree in nursing. Yet, you must also obtain and become a nationally registered nurse as well as a certified nurse practitioners.You can get this degree from many different colleges. Though, I would mostly want to get my degree from Clemson University.
I took a nursing assistant class through a dual enrollment program. I performed clinical hours at Golden Living Center in Rome, Georgia for CNA training. I took this class not because I wanted to become a nurse but because this was the only healthcare class left that I had not taken. I did not want to go senior year without taking a class in healthcare because I did not want to forget important skills that I had learned in prior classes. This class taught me a lot about the medical field.
It will help me figure out where I want to go into the medical field. There are so many options in the medical field, and this program will be able to help narrow down that options I have. This program will also take me out of my comfort zone and help me become a leader. I have really bad anxiety and am often nervous to be put into a place where I know no one. The program I did in John Hopkins was a terrifying experience for me, but it really helped me be able to function in environments where I know no one.
I have been interested in the medical field for as long as I can remember. Although I am intrigued by the human body and everything that it can do, I have a passion for providing care. I firmly believe that the desire I have to help is what determined my decision to pursue nursing. When I graduate and obtain my baccalaureate degree, I hope to begin my journey in the Emergency Room or in the Labor and Delivery Unit. I am attracted to the E.R.
My teachers have pushed me to achieve my dreams with high expectations and interesting and useful lessons and without their presence in my life, I would not have achieved all that I have now. My grandmother’s stroke was the catalyst and along with these four years and especially my science and math courses have lead me into a career in medicine and
Until I decided to go to Lenape, I had not had any plans for what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. When I learned I could graduate as a Certified Nurse Assistant, I was interested immediately. However, I knew I wanted to accomplish more than that. I love learning and I have a lot of empathy so I knew healthcare would be a perfect match for me. I chose nursing specifically because I love the idea of taking care of people, and nurses make a huge difference and have such an impact on the patients and their loved ones lives.
Over the past couple of years, I have been giving a great deal of thought as to what I want to do and who I want to be in the future. Ever since I was five, I always knew I wanted to be in the medical field. Being in the medical field and helping other people is my passion. Recently, I have considered becoming a Registered Nurse. My skills and interest reflect those of a Registered Nurse and I have what it takes to be an exceptional Nurse.
Ever since I was young I was adamant to be a pediatric nurse. More than half the women in my life were nurses, so naturally, I grew up always wanting to be one. It wasn’t until I met Maria Wydra that I even considered a career in psychology. I had always been fond of my psychology classes but I never thought much about making it a career for myself. When the class was instructed to interview someone that’s career was of interest to us I thought of Maria right away.
Seeing my parents sacrifice their time and energy for the sake of others’ health sold me on medicine. I want to be that direct and positive impact in someone’s life in a way that only a doctor can. More specifically, I’m invested in becoming a doctor rather than a nurse, for example due to the added responsibility that comes with an M.D. degree. I’m confident with my decisions and know that, with the right education and training, I could be the one to make difficult and effective diagnostic decisions.
Through becoming a nurse I aspire to take my education in medicine and delegate my efforts to not only improving the medical status of my patients but also to improve the mental well being of them as well. My experience growing into a world where prime physical health was not an option, the opportunity to see how a staff of passionate nurses can contribute to the mental stability and growth of a patient was an honor and inspiration that drives my passion for this career choice. Also, over the last few years I have grown a particular interest in medical research and would love to take his passion with me to expand my interest and contribute to the extensive research program at