My personal goal is simply to be successful, and I don't mean money but to be happy with myself and what I have been able to accomplish. Whatever I choose to do I simply want to enjoy it, to be good at it, and to continue bettering myself. Becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner is my goal and I know in some few years to come I would have a Phd degree in nursing. I would like to help, be a huge part and play a role of success in the nursing field. Working for a major children's hospital has always been my dream and making a difference within the hospital would be my ideal goal of professional success. I also want to be self-disciplined and proportion my time very well since all these would make me a better person and be the best in my professional
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My goal is to obtain a career that will allow me to help people. I 've always taken joy in the nurturing and care of others, therefore I will pursing a career that aligns well with those qualities. Careers such as a registered nurse, or a psychologist of some sort definitely intrigue me, specifically the aspect of these fields that deals with children. Working as a child psychologist, a NI CU nurse, or a pediatric nurse would be a dream come true. Helping to nurture and take care of children is very rewarding in and of itself, although it would be amazing if I could make a career out of it.
Life has its twists and turns, but my overall life goal is simple, help others. I want to make an impact on others life, even if it is a small change. For instance, being able to hold a pencil is the difference between a student being able to graduate from Kindergarten and not be able to continue on to first grade. Being a Pediatric occupational therapist will help me make an impact on children at a very young age. Even small changes can have a large impacts, which is why I want to be that change for others.
My future goal is to be a Diagnostic Sonography Technician. The aspiration I have is to make my parents proud. I will be the first child in my home to graduate from high school and go to college and continue studying. Not only would I be making my parents proud, but going to college always guarantees you have a better job, with a better pay this means I would be able to help my parents out with a lot more than just a bill. When my parents are to be an old age my goal is for them not to have to worry about expenses, because I would be covering it.
My #1 goal is to become a pediatric oncology/hematology Nurse Practitioner. When I was 10 I was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and T-cell disease. That experience changed my life and helped me establish what career I wanted. The nurses and doctors that took care of me while I was sick were wonderful and became like family to me; the kept me strong when I was weak and made my weeks in the hospital bearable.
Career Goals: As a career goal I am interested in being a pediatric oncologist. When I was younger I learned about my passion for learning and research. Because I learned this about myself at a very young age I decided to find a career that is research and learning based. Being a doctor is constantly learning, excitement through new patient portfolios. Everyday I will learn about someone new and find different ways to plan an attack.
What is a goal that you currently have? What steps can you take to reach this goal? My goal I currently have is to get my RN license. Steps I can I take and am currently taking for this is going through my high school to get my CMAA, CNA, and then go to college and got to school for my RN.
My most important aspirations are to have good grades in school to get into a good college or university. This will allow me to have a well paid job. Furthermore, my achievements are trying to succeed in school and accomplish my goals. This will help me believe in myself so I can feel more confident. Another goal I want to accomplish is to have a good future.
Balancing nursing school and my entire life can be hectic. I handle my scheduling problem by having a routine and an organizer in my phone. As soon as I get done eating my lunch that’s when I usually study. I go to my local Barnes and Noble to study because I can focus there better than at home. I usually take a break from studying every time my brain can’t retain the thing that I’m studying, so I won’t burn out from studying.
Making a difference I started my health care career as a nursing assistant at the young age of 16 years-old perusing the dream of one day becoming a nurse. At that time, I really had no idea what I was getting myself into and what it meant to be in the health care. I have been able to touch and impact so many different people’s lives throughout the last 6 years from patients and residents to their family members. Sometimes not even realizing that I was changing someone’s life. Although I’ve helped hundreds of people there is one person that will I will always remember.
My goal in life is to help others, save lives, and help rid of the evil. When I am done working and I have retired, my goal is to be help the community, be a football coach or work Children Safety Programs. My goals for after I graduate, are to help the future and the different lives in the world. My goals are to protect and save others, to serve and do something with my life. When I am done with college education, I want to help improve my community by using the skills I learned.
To begin with, I interviewed my mom’s friend Justine. Before this interview I already knew her and what she did for a career, and I knew it would be a great idea to interview her since she’s a General Pediatrician and I also strive to be a Pediatrician for my future career. Justine is a very happy, caring person. She always has the biggest smile on her face and always the best attitude, with someone like that it makes you feel good as well because you don’t want to be with someone that is negative about life 100% of the time because that would just put you in a worst mood.
Pediatric nursing is a great career choice because I will have the opportunity to interact with young children and help them. Also, there are many job opportunities in this field. The jobs for Pediatric Nurses are increasing over the years. It would be easy to find a good job in the field of Pediatric Nursing, while still working on improving my career. I plan to approach my career by going to college and working as a RN to gain some experience.
While working full- time as a technician, I attended college and quickly took all the needed courses to apply into a nursing program. I was attending college and had a full time job. Having both challenged and excited me, since I was one step closer to having my career; just as I promised my grandmother. I finally got accepted into nursing school, graduated, and became a Registered Nurse. Every single patient I cared for, I used my past experience with my family, and used that as my foundation for my bedside manner.
My long term goal would be to assist with the elderly as I’m very drawn to the geriatric community. My faith in Jesus Christ has guided me to fulfill my passion in becoming a nurse. I truly believe that becoming a nurse will help me to completely understand the value of human life. I