Lani: I was helping for someone’s project for COMM 245; I was in the video lab, in the studio. I was on campus and decided to contact everyone I knew who comes to the school. I remember I sent out a snap saying guys I think there is a shooting, be careful and then I started sending out individual texts to people making sure they were okay, like hey are you good? Stay out of an area.
My prior learning experience has a lot to do with my career goals. My MOS is 42A (Human Resources) and my secondary MOS is 71L (Administrative Specialist). My Additional Skill Identifier is F5 (Postal Operations). I’m currently a MS III Instructor at The Citadel Military College. My previous duty assignment was at Fort Jackson, SC, I was an AIT Instructor, I taught 42A (Human Resources) to new Soldier’s, prior service Soldier’s and International Soldier’s as well that meet all the requirements to be awarded their MOS.
Over my 17 years working at Jackson Memorial hospital, I honestly can say that I only had one conflict. Nothing major; however, the situation was tense and the problem needed to address. There were two sides to the situation and sometimes it is hard to realize your fault. After a general meeting, issues were addressed on both parts. I was very happy with the outcome.
I worked as a Cashier 's Assistant in Customer Service. I also had to clean the cafe in the store and refill any napkin holders and utensils and collect all carts used and make sure they were organized and easy to get to for any customers. Though my main job was to make sure customers had the best experience possible. I was to bag the customer’s groceries safely and how make sure everything was how they preferred it to be, make sure they had a good experience in the store, and make sure to fix whatever may not have gone right during their
Last summer I had the privilege of working at a residential camp as a counselor. I had many different responsibilities, including taking care of campers, leading tasks, programming activities, and working on logistical endeavors necessary for camp. I began working at Aldersgate not only because I needed a job, but because I remembered the unforgettable experiences I had as a camper when I was younger. Most summers, when I went there for a week, I made new friendships, pushed physical boundaries, gained some independence, and further explored my faith. Returning as a staff member exceeded my expectations.
experience was challenging especially on Wednesday because I was made to look like a lazy person which I am not. But I had a great time on Thursday because of my awesome clinical instructor who gave me words of encouragement and checked on me frequently. Not forgetting my exceptionally good preceptor, she taught me a lot and allowed me to do all the patient care as she observed. The day ended up great with exception of having to break the news to the family of my patient that, she the patient need to be placed on hospice. It was an emotional time for both us (the care team) and the family because, the family was not ready to make the decision.
I am an extremely caring person. I use my caring personality to help children when I am a counselor at a local camp over the summers, as well as when I help fellow students in the Math Lab here at Indiana State University. I am also passionate about helping others. I have been fortunate enough to have people in my life whom have helped me through the rough spots in my life. I want to be that person for someone else.
The sixth quarter of the program, plenty more of exciting things to learn. Because in nursing, there are so many areas I can enjoy and fit in. I am very excited about this quarter even things get, though. I had a great experience last week, and I learned different things. It was interesting when I listened to the therapist while she was asking questions about stress management.
In a couple of weeks the next step to finishing my career will get a bit closer, I’m excited to see what is coming to me on January two new classes means a lot of information to catch. Every time I finish a course it means a bit closer to becoming a Pre school teacher. Moving on to another course is a big step a whole different subject to learn and study, but I feel prepared to go on. I think I 'm ready to move on to the future classes. My advice is to relax and take your assignment very seriously not to rush on them if you give your self time you can turn them in on time and have a passing grade.
There 's nothing like being a star on Broadway because you might get notest. I love to sing a lot. An imporent goal i have is to be a professional singer .some steps that i can follow is to take sining lessons and dedicate time to practice playing guitar also taking acting lessons. if i graduate high school and take singing lesson and learn to play the guitar i have better chances of becoming a singer will increase.some consequences that i might face is people ask me to be in plays and to sing for them or go to college because of my voice. if i get a good job by singing i will donate my time to the children 's hospital and donate money.when