Darcee Pierce is the name of the nurse I shadowed. At that point in time I didn’t know which career I wished to pursue. However, within minutes of shadowing Darcee, I knew this was the profession meant for me. I saw patients in critical condition, which was sad, but the care and compassion
As a young child, I found myself drawn to Disney music. I loved the stories that were told and the different voices and tones that were used throughout the works. The melodies of Disney music pulled my little ears in and brought me to a world of magic and fairy tales. My family grew up in a wealthy community, you could
I truly believe that without this life experience, I would never have considered becoming a nurse. Leading me to want to obtain a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, specifically for pediatrics. These dreams will not be easy to attain. They will challenge me to continue to work ard and study harder. Academically I want to graduate high school with honors, and maintain or raise my current grade point average.
My other grandma, although not around often, I know she supports me as much as she can and always follows all of my action through my dad and Facebook. Next, I’d like to thank my cousin Jasmine, Aunt Donna and Uncle Danny, for always giving me a place to go to and some great people to always talk to. Next, I’d like to thank my best friends, Katlynn, Hugo, Robbie, Devin and Kaylee. You five are the bestest friends anyone could ever ask for and I couldn’t have been more blessed than to spend 12 plus years with you all. We’ve all had so many great memories together
Throughout my whole high school years, I had someone to motivate me. I wanted better for myself. I knew If I did the right things, good things would come to me. I like the finer things in life and I plan to have them. I go to school and work to have a better future.
Nurses usually have a nurturing heart that helps to heal any illness whether someone is sick physically or emotionally. Most people need TLC (tender loving care) because usually in time it nurtures the heart. Nurses alsohelp to educate many patients on different health topics that may help them feel better. It also provides proof that nurses care about one’s well being because they would not take the time to educate a patient about his or her illness if they did not feel it was beneficial.
Nevertheless, I applied to the University of Texas at Arlington’s nursing program and was accepted in Fall 2014. That opened the doors to countless opportunities for me to find my spark. Through my lectures and clinical rotations, I was taught that being a nurse meant ensuring the safety of every patient and working arduously to maintain their quality of life. With that principle in mind, I practiced my skill as a nursing student on every unit that I was assigned to.
Being diagnosed with Hydrocephalus at ten days old, being sick was all I knew. Teams of doctors helped to ensure that with a device to manage my illness, I would live a rather normal life. It takes a lot of patience to determine how a child is really feeling. Once, I was seeing double vision due to a medication malfunction, but I told them I was fine so I could play in the
The reason why I am academically successful in high school comes down to my work ethic. I personally believe that as long as a student works hard in high school, they can get good grades. I have friends who do not work as hard as they could and it reflects in their grades. Not to say that they have bad grades because they do not, but, if they put more effort into school they could have significantly higher GPA 's. However, work ethic, while important, is not they only necessary trait to be successful in college.
I utilized this self-motivation in high school to reach my educational goals and aspirations. My self-motivation was vital for maintaining high academic standings, good time management and staying organized, which are all important for doing well in college and the working world. Finally, Dyslexia was actually a blessing in disguises because it helped me how small details work together to make the big picture. I was willing to put in the effort to learn to read because I saw how vital it would be for future academic success. This same attitude really helped prepare me high school.
Deciding that I wanted to be a level one neonatal nurse, I knew who to talk to. I have a cousin that was going to school for the same thing that I wanted to do about two years ago. She was considered to be my motivation. Anytime there was a family function, she was always there with her books, studying. She was honest with me about the medical field, that it would be hard and that you always had to be focused.
Another reason why is I will get the opportunity to serve my local community; doing more service work will help me to be better as a person. Being in NHS will help build who I am as student. I always want to improve and learn from my flaws. Being in the National Honor Society will not only help me academically but also as a better person to the
“Before applying to PA school, it is important to get experience in medical or patient care, make the most of each rotation in PA school, ask questions and learn as much as you can,” said Abby Pearson. “It is possible to get a job offer from a
I try to always have a positive outlook on situations and prepare myself for challenging ones. I have great teamwork skills and I work great with different types of people even disabled/special needs. The philosophy of Capital One is “Hire great people and give them the opportunity to be great.” Meaning give one a chance to see how good they can be. I don’t want just a job at Capital One I want a career with Capital One.
I think that I show great character through my scholarship and service that I have stated before, and I hope to be one of the next members of the organization. I believe what I have done will help me improve and develop my character needed to meet and serve all of the expectations of the National Honors Society to the