I am 28 years old, married to my husband Matt, and I have wanted to become a dental hygienist for a few years now. At the age of 18, I started working as an instrument sterilizer at an orthodontist office in 2006. After a few months my employer gave me the opportunity of furthering my career by sending me to the Maryland State Dental Association in Maryland. I took a few classes and gained my radiology and my expanded functions certification. I was trained to take panoramic and cephalometric x-rays.
I have always wanted to try out being a barista, and the fact that it was student run made it that much more exciting for me to sign up. After a semester of getting the hang of steaming milk and pulling the perfect espresso, the Rose City community nominated me to be a barista convenor. After a long 4 hour consense meeting, I was given the role of Barista convenor. I was so happy and surprised about getting the
After the shadowing program, I attended a 4-week program at the University of Pennsylvania called PennMed. Most days involved exciting activities, such as learning to suture, CPR, performing an ultrasound on ourselves, and even studying anatomy using real corpses. It was during the last two days of the program where I discovered how interested I am in conducting undergraduate research. I’m not sure if it was the silence, everyone’s concentration, or the fact that their research in immunotherapy for treating cancer was going to potentially save millions of lives, but I was immediately drawn to that environment. I could literally see myself being part of that, learning and research, at the Undergraduate Teaching Labs, or in any other research opportunity that JHU offers.
If they personally enjoy spending time with children then helping people and studying new things everyday than they will like features of this career. Maybe a pediatrician enjoys most of its job influencing the child to have a better life style. A pediatrician has the opportunity to save a child’s life and make them healthier (“Pediatrician” 9). The negative of this is that they will multiple calls from the emergency room and parents wanting to get a hold of you to see what they can do to cure them at home. Medicine can be fitting to a pediatrician but not to everyone, some of them enjoy working with medicine.
Think to yourself, do you think kids should have homework? Pros: Kids should have homework because first off, it gets children to work on the stuff that they just learned on the subject so that the teacher knows that the student actually knows what they are doing, and if they payed attention in class. Also another reason kids should have homework is because it helps kids be more independent. Further more, homework helps kids be more independent because it teaches kids to know how much time they have, and turn their work in on time in the article it says, ¨It teaches your child to work independently.¨ (Top 14 reasons Why Homework Is Bad For Kids). The last reason, why kids should have homework is because it helps kids retain the knowledge that they learned in class.
Participants are required to obtain a minimum of ninety hours in a healthcare environment. I spent numerous hours wrapping, stretching, and icing athletes before and after practices and games under the supervision of the school athletic trainer. Before the end of my first year in the program, I was encouraged to apply to be a volunteer at the Baton Rouge General Hospital. That summer, I worked for a few hours every Wednesday in the oncology department. Even though the job merely entailed answering phone calls and bringing ice water to patients, I thoroughly enjoyed what I was doing.
The career I chosen to be is a child psychiatrist due to the fact that I would love to help those that have been mentally disturbed and feel like they have no one to go to. This career will be a perfect fit for me because I love children and I 'm a caring loving person. I love helping those who feel misunderstood because I have family members who are mentally challenged and I feel like its my calling I can impact many lives as well as have my life impacted. Letting them know that their not alone and its hope for everyone. And its very important to let children know that they 're not alone because when you 're young you already feel slightly misunderstood.
Maria is my boss at the counseling center and has been for three years now. I work under her as a sexual assault peer educator. I have weekly meetings with her and work with her when planning certain events that the SAPES may be doing throughout the semester such as the sex positive event that was held last spring. I have gotten to know Maria fairly well, making this interview feel like just another one of our weekly meetings. In conclusion, I was truly blessed to have Ms. Wydra be so generous with her time to allow me to interview her for this paper and or class.
I had to learn to communicate effectively to my group of teachers, give my teachers deadlines, and make sure that everyone knows what is happening and why. I also taught myself to be a more friendly person and create an atmosphere of camaraderie and trust at my
Occupational therapist do not just work with the patient to help them overcome their disability to perform the appropriate way in their occupations, but need the full support of the family and environment of the patient. They work with children to help them achieve their developmental milestones as well as their parents and surrounding adults to facilitate to the child’s learning and development. The most crucial part of the child’s rehabilitation is the family’s support and involvement because even when the best program is provided, if there is no cooperation with the family, there will be no progress (Lady Suarez). The environment of the child is key because the smallest details in the child’s setting, materials, and community can make a very big difference to their development, which is why occupational therapy in the school system is very beneficial to children who need it. As mentioned earlier, the occupation of a child is to learn and play, which is done in school for a very big part of their childhood.
One of the most important things to me besides family and friends would be getting my nursing degree. Most kids want to be the president or a sports player but not me; I always wanted to be a nurse. It was just in my nature to care of others before myself. When I turned sixteen years old, I received my Nursing Assistant License and have been working at Bethany Nursing Home in Waupaca, WI. The following summer, I attended Bellin Nursing Camp where I fell in love more with the nursing field.