Kailee Katt There are many reasons why I have chosen to pursue a profession in healthcare, mainly because I enjoy helping others, I am very personable, and I like to make an impact on the lives of others. However, the primary reason why I want to become a nurse is because of past influences. My mother, and both grandmothers have all been in the medical field as nurses, but the one person who has had the most influence on me, is my doctor, Chris Chapman. He is like a grandfather to me, and truly has had an impact on my life. He has been my doctor for as long as I can remember, due to my mother being his nurse.
If that isn’t a sign from God, I do not know what is. Ever since then, I have been planning my quest to eventually become a neurosurgeon. This includes my involvement in community service activities as they have exemplified my love for helping others. These activities have pushed me to become a neurosurgeon because there is something special in helping those less fortunate than me. Furthermore, I personally feel as if medicine is the best medium in order to express this
I strongly believe that I am going to succeed by being a pediatric nurse. With the support of my mother and the right potential in myself, then I am going to succeed in life. I’ve wanted to become a nurse ever since I was 9 years old. This is what I want to stick to for many more upcoming years. I encourage as many people as possible to become a nurse but I Understand if you’re not into this as a career.
My main career goal is to become a psychiatric nurse. I will accomplish this by obtaining a bachelor’s degree in nursing and a minor in psychology. Because this is a lot of schooling to take on I have decided to take an extra year to make sure that I excel in my studies. After graduating, I hope to work in a mental health clinic or hospital. I have always been interested in nursing because of my desire to make a difference in other people’s lives.
For example, when Jeff discussed how it is necessary to work with other mental health professionals to provide clients the best care possible, I remembered that in the text the authors wrote about the reality of working as an LPC often requires having a professional relationship with other mental health professionals for the benefit of the client as well as the mental health professionals. In conclusion, this interview assignment was one of those assignments that actually has real-world implications for us as students. Specifically, this interview with Jeff allowed me to have a chance to speak to someone working in an area I am considering for my future workplace setting. Additionally, I am so grateful I had Jeff Gatlin as an interviewee because his experience along with his generous mentor-like demeanor made me feel comfortable enough to be engaged in the conversation and absorb as much information as
Work best with encouragement and praise. Main interest is in things that directly and visibly affect people’s lives. Are all on point of what I try to be as a person who wants to help others and being a Counseling Physiology seems ideal of what I would like to pursue as a career. Another way of discovering if Counseling Physiology fits within my likes an interest assessment has proven Artistic, Social, and Enterprising are what to be my strong points. Also from the assessmenmt it shows that In any career there are advantages and disadvantages.
Whether their injury be an ankle sprain or muscle strain, I one-on-one, want to make the decisions on what treatments, exercises, and stretches the athlete with go through. Obviously, with supervision and help if I need it. I rely on my preceptors and peers a lot for help and want to become a more independent clinician. I am eager for my next clinical placement on-campus and cannot wait to see what experience junior year has in
It has been my greatest ambition and goal, since I was in high school, to attend Langston University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program, in order to one day have the education and proficiency to treat patients and be the source that enables them to succeed for a patient’s success will be my success and a patient’s failure will be my failure. My desire to pursue an education in what I love is fueled by my family for none of my family members, other than my siblings and I, have had the opportunity to continue with an education. It has been difficult to continue my education as a first generation college student. However, I look back to the little girl I used to be in a new country and the hardships I have overcome in learning two languages
I am passionate about nursing because I aspire to succor and care for people, and I want to make a difference. My parents have had always pushed me to be a nurse, and while I was growing up, I thought I wanted that too, but during and after high school, I was indecisive about my major. My indecisiveness led me to just go for nursing until I find the right career for me. I was accepted in Vocational Nursing Program, and during my journey in the program did I first realize my passion for nursing. Then I work as a Licensed Vocational nurse which made me more fond of being a nurse and be passionate about it.
I am interested in occupational therapy, or OT, because I love the idea of helping people be able to live their lives again. This love was nurtured by my mother who was a nurse. Unfortunately, I have a hard time with blood. This job has less exposure to blood, but still is within the same realms of nursing. Occupational therapy interests me because it is like solving a puzzle.
I thought that delivering babies had to be the most important job because I’d be taking care of new life. Junior year of high school, I had decided to become a Physical Therapist. I really wanted to be a part of this profession because I had
My goal is to give back to the community that strengthened me during my many trials in life. Service is important to me because it’s a way I can best help others. I was born with Bladder Exstrophy, a rare birth defect that occurs in 1 out of 50,000 live births. I decided at an early age to not let it define me or keep me from doing anything I desire to do. Recognizing the need to help me and support others with this disability, my parents organized an annual support group campout.
For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to be an Occupational Therapist. I always want to do things to help others in any way I can. Personally I have witnessed what this occupation can do to change the lives of others. To reach my goal, I realize I must pursue a six year college education which will begin with the fall 2017 semester. I am very excited about my future and I feel as if your scholarship will help me reach my goal.
Through various experiences such as personal training, athletic training/therapy, and teaching I have seen this happen to many individuals. I also witnessed the stress that occurred when individuals struggled to adapt. These experiences guided my desires in becoming an occupational therapist. I want to be an occupational therapist because I believe that teaching skills that adapt people to their environment can positively impact someone 's life Although I did not originally start out pursuing a career in occupational therapy, my life experiences have eventually leaded me to this path. Working as an athletic trainer/ therapist for the past 5 years, and a strength and conditioning coach for
I have also heled the youth with trying to find affordable health insurance, jobs and with furthering their education. Honestly, I believe these youth need more support because I can’t do it all. I’m a case worker and I have lots of work to focus on and also family at home as well. I just can’t do it all!” With being said, my program will help each youth find the education that they need to make their lives better and