I really want to be this because my mother is a nurse. She comes home everyday and tells me how much she enjoys her job. Therefore, that convinced me to become a nurse when I am older. To begin, I choose to be a nurse because I love working with infants. I am very good with infants and I know how to treat them when I am with them.
I know taking a four-year degree in Nursing will be a long way to tread, but with patience I can become successful. With determination, I can do my best to prove to myself, to my family, that I will be a successful nurse after four years. I will work hard and focus on my studies now that I am still in high school. I will keep surrounding myself with positive influences. Eventually, I will share my knowledge to people who also want to become nurse in order to achieve their goals, too.
Four years ago, my mother became pregnant with her third child and I was her support system throughout her entire pregnancy. During this time, I noticed the difference in care provided between the doctor and the nurse. The nurse offered a more trusting relationship, emphasized the use of holistic care, and provided empathy, which was much appreciated. Thereafter, I began volunteering at Lowell General Hospital and experienced my own interpersonal relationships with the outpatients. I felt truly satisfied during my time there, as I was able to apply my values and experience the gratitude and warmth that radiated from each patient that I helped.
As we are daily seeking opportunities to support people with Developmental Disabilities, My wife who has also worked in this field has recently graduated from the Bow valley College practical nursing program. Because of our plans to make a difference in the lives of people living with developmental disabilities, my wife decided to do one of her practicum at the mental health unit at Rockyview Hospital. All these experiences put together, will no doubt serve as added advantages to my scope of support for my potential clients. I am a very patient person with great empathy and a genuine desire to help. I have a current First Aid Certificate, CPI certificate, Medication Administration certificate and some other certificates that a support worker supposed to have.
16. I believe the School of Nursing Committee should approve this application because I am a dedicated student, and my dream is to earn my Bachelors in Science of Nursing (BSN) at Ohio University-Chillicothe (OUC). Nursing has been a dream of mine ever since I was 17 years old (I am now 21 years old). Here is my story. During my senior year of high school I got an opportunity to shadow an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse at Adena hospital in Chillicothe, Ohio.
I got to see several ways that nurses provide care for their patients. I observed ICU nurses care for their ill, elderly patients. I witnessed physical therapy nurses assist their patients to ambulate immediately post-surgery. I noticed how fast ER nurses work to triage their patients. I learned a lot from those nurses but could not decide which unit was meant for me.
The school of nursing also stands out as a national leader when it comes to education of health professionals. I am very eager to start my experience as a Rutgers Undergraduate and I believe that it’s well known academic curricula of the baccalaureate-nursing program would be consistent with what I have learned so far. Not only do I feel that being accepted into the program would prepare me to become a nurse who is prepared to provide quality health care needs of the diverse population, but will also give me the local, national and international leadership skills for great health care
The initial writing summary assignment was very intriguing to me because it hit home for me. I have been a licensed nurse for twenty-one years. I was a licensed practical nurse for seven years. I graduated from Community College of Philadelphia associate degree registered nurse program in May of 2001. I returned back to school in 2005 and did not complete my degree at that time.
I had a wonderful time today when I interviewed this inspirational young lady Theia Smallwood from TeamUp Counseling; she is an intensive in home clinician/Individual Support Services Supervisor. Ms. Smallwood was energetic and blissful to talk about her career and her experience with her employer. She oversee master level clinicians who are working on becoming license master level clinicians social worker. Working on her job for 3 years she explained to me how much she loved her job and how much the experiences has been positive. She has earned her clinical hours and hands on face to face clinical experience.
I took an interest in caring for people derived from my older sister who is currently a Medical Assistant. She would reminisce about her job and going into details how she enjoyed caring and working as a team to benefits the patients health. From this point on I took an interest in the healthcare profession. Therefore, I completed Medical Assistant, which is the stepping stone to be a nurse and having the experiences in the medical field had me believed are necessary for a nurse to have. It is important to be patience with good communication skills, open-minded, be caring, and always be aiming to improve.
Fifteen years ago, I decided I wanted to become a nurse. It began when my mother was undergoing treatment for Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. I met a wonderful home health care nurse taking care of my mother. It was then, I realized, I wanted to pursue a career in nursing. After all, I had already spent a great deal of my life taking care of my kids and family.
Until I decided to go to Lenape, I had not had any plans for what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. When I learned I could graduate as a Certified Nurse Assistant, I was interested immediately. However, I knew I wanted to accomplish more than that. I love learning and I have a lot of empathy so I knew healthcare would be a perfect match for me. I chose nursing specifically because I love the idea of taking care of people, and nurses make a huge difference and have such an impact on the patients and their loved ones lives.
Throughout the last three years, I have worked with the elderly in a nursing home called Aase Haugen as a certified nursing assistant. Since then, I have gained a tremendous amount of respect for registered nurses. Their leadership, passion, and commitment has inspired me to provide great health care to patients now and in my future career as a nurse. I am currently a freshman that has been accepted into the nursing program at Luther College. I think I would be a good candidate for this scholarship, because I put a tremendous amount of heart into my job and truly enjoying helping and assisting the elderly.
Early Career After completing her residency in Texas, she moved to New York. Certainly, this was a big move for a Texas woman. However, she received great training, working along side some of the best plastic surgeons in the country. Of course, Walden felt a strong dedication to her career. However, she had strong feelings about motherhood.
We beat the odds and became two healthy baby girls. I feel like I want to help other babies have the same chance that we had to live healthy lives. I should receive this scholarship because to help me get through college to complete my degree in nursing. I have already accomplished one of my goals to be a CNA and I was president of Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) while in