Theodore Geisel works in a Silver City, a town of roughly 50,000 in Eastern Oregon. Theodore grew up in the area, went to the local college, served one tour of duty in Afghanistan and joined the Oregon Department of Veteran Affairs. After ten years, he has finally worked his way up to Director of Veteran Support Services, a top ranked department in the state for its excellent customer service. Two years into serving as Director, Theodore starts to have problems in his department. A year ago, the Veteran Support Specialist position had opened up.
Stationed in Texas as a Second lieutenant he met his future wife Mamie Geneva Doud. They got married in 1916. In his early army career, he excelled at staff assignments, serving under Generals John J. Pershing, Douglas MacArthur, and Walter Kruger. After Pearl Harbor, General Marshall called him to Washington for a war plans
San Diego, California July 1970: I received a permanent repair to my broken and missing teeth. My dental repairs were completed at my permanent new duty station in San Diego California by a US Navy Dentist. January 11, 1971: I was Honorably Discharged from the US Navy. August 1981: My Service connected injured teeth broke while I was eating. I applied to the Veterans administration to have my teeth
Then, that was when I became curious and interested in the dental field. When I was applying for colleges, I kept in mind that I wanted to become a dentist. And, even since I came to the United States and visited the dentist the experience kept me interested. In my second semester I took my first introduction to dental hygiene, I have learned a clearer understanding of what a dental hygienist does and the key difference between a dentist. And also last month I had the opportunity to shadow a second year student working her patient Barbra.
SSgt Gallaghan was born on June 13, 1983, in the city of Santa Cruz, California. At an early age, SSgt Gallaghan moved to Colorado Spring, CO where he graduated high school and enlisted in the Marine Corps on 22 February 2002. Pvt Gallaghan completed boot camp on 26 November 2002 at MCRD San Diego, California. Afterwards, he attended Marine Combat Training in January of 2003 and upon completion was shipped to NAS Pensacola to start his MOS training. While at NAS Pensacola, PFC Gallaghan completed his studies earning him the 6311 preliminary MOS.
Dr. Edward Kammerer, MD is a good family friend. We have been friends for more than 17 years! When he heard I had a goal of job shadowing an internal medicine physician to see if that is the path I want to take, he kindly offered a day when I could follow him around and see what his typical work day is like. I met him at 8:00 a.m. on a Friday. When the day first began he had some paperwork to fill out and catch up on.
However, one of my first goals years ago was to get a CNA license. So I reapplied after adequate time had pasted and on May 14, 2015 I went before the Arizona Board of Nursing and was granted my license (CNA LIC#100046606). They have also cleared me to take the NCLEX exam and upon passing, I will receive my RN license. I am exceedingly looking forward to continuing my education and being one of the compassionate, loving, caring and well-respected registered nurses. I have included copies of some letters of recommendation that were written to the university from my current employer as to my character, dedication and passion.
L&C alumna Adrienne Reed Oliver has had her heart set on working at Lewis and Clark Community College ever since she graduated from the college in 1990. “Lewis and Clark Community College has been a long-term goal for me since I graduated,” Reed Oliver said. “I was so inspired by my speech teacher, Linda Watkins, I vowed to return and give back the same support, the same constructive criticism and the same demands for only the best, just as she had.” As Lewis and Clark’s Coordinator of Diversity and Inclusion, Reed Oliver is focused getting to know students individually and helping them overcome specific obstacles. “We are exploring ways to monitor the progress and better serve each individual student,” she said. “We have found that students who maintain contact with any Student Engagement source are more likely to succeed.
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 and i remember I was just always so mesmerised by the idea of the human body.
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. First, Kevin Hoff has elected to step in and take the SOHOPE Director position that will allow him to work closer with students and staff.
Since its inception, the general and family dentistry professionals at Family First Dentistry of Anchorage have been committed to continuously setting themselves apart from any other general or family dentistry group in the region. Part of what makes them unique is the familial atmosphere of their office and their genuine commitment to providing their patients with a dental experience that goes above and beyond the usual trip to the dentist. Today, the dentistry wants the public to learn about the five committed dental professionals that make up Family First Dentistry. Jill has been a dental hygienist for over 15 years and joined Family First Dentistry back in 2010. A graduate of Texas Woman 's University, Jill has worked across several states before coming to Anchorage.
Upon receiving her teaching degree, Elizardo moved to Houston, Texas and spent eleven years as a fourth grade teacher at Deer Park Elementary School before earning her M.Ed from Baylor University. Elizardo then went on to serve as Principal of Deer Park Elementary School for seven years. At the age of 43, Elizardo moved to Charlotte, NC to earn her Ed.D in Educational Leadership. Upon earning her degree, Elizardo became the Superintendent of the Charlotte-McKlenburg School District. After serving as the Superintendent for fifteen years, Elizardo retired and traveled the world.