I have learned so much about myself and other people. I have learned I have an extreme talent at empathy. I have refined my people skills in ways I never thought possible. Finally, it has taught me the true value of life. I have found a purpose in life: helping people and leaving them better than I found
Ultimately I didn’t want others to judge me negatively and decide something I couldn’t remove from their opinions. Being so skeptical of myself during this once and a lifetime chance taught me a lot. The experience enlightened me in a way only something major could’ve. Being so cautious I learned to take more risks and be less aware of others perception of me. Life is too short too always rethink chances you may never get again.
Jennah collaborated as an active member of a multidisciplinary health care team to provide patient care throughout the lifespan by applying conflict resolution and problem solving skills as appropriate. For example, Kendra and I had to leave early to help out with the bone marrow drive. Jennah was able to adapt well with that information and make sure Kendra and I had all our charting done in time to leave. Kendra and I provided information to Jennah about what treatments needed to be done. I believe there was one more thing that needed to be done once we
I am not prepared for the work that I am going to get when I attend college but I am prepared in a different way one that most people ever even think about. One of the reasons that I believe that I have not been prepared for college is that there is a lack of challenges in the work that is given to me. I transfered to San Jacinto Christen Academy after my freshman year of high school. When I got
Both of these skills will help me to be a better physician. Description: Prior to shadowing a physician at a community health clinic, I had the chance to observe one of the clinic’s physician’s assistants for a day. Victoria, the PA, met with both existing and new patients, which helped expose me to different aspects of her practice. Her appointments included assessing a chronic thyroid condition, following up on previous treatments, and a full physical. I also had the chance to attend the clinic’s monthly staff meeting where a representative from the health department gave a presentation on a smoking cessation program.
I was so wrong- about everything. To those of you who graduated with the same major that you began college with, congratulations, you are one of a very small group, and I applaud you; however, this was not the case for me. I changed my major with every remotely serious conversation I had with someone who I thought may happen to be smarter than me. I just knew that I wanted to do something that I thought others would approve of. Again, WRONG.
Looking back on these past four years of high school, I can easily tell you that I have grown so much as a person. I lost myself, found myself, and learned to love myself. More importantly, I learned about gender roles and demolished them. I wish I could tell you that it has been easy, but really it hasn’t. I have faced so many challenges along the way that caused me to question if all the pain was going to be worth it.
so for me college it's disappointed me a little bit honestly that my degree hasn’t been able to give me a little bit more money and that I'm not, with my work ethic and my experience that I can't get what I deserve and I honestly feel like I deserve more money now. I put in the time and effort, i’ve worked for 20 years so really college is just an addition to your life but you know if the people that don't do it just a
As I grow older and am almost a senior in high school, I have realized how the experiences I have gone through in my life have changed who I am and how I look at things in life. I have moved twice in my life, and both times I have learned new things about myself. My parents, friends, and teachers also shaped who I am today and who I will become. Even my dog, Abby, has had an impact on my life and who I have become. Everything and everyone around me plays a part in shaping who I am.
I questioned if I belonged, if I could live up to the expectations and if I was committed to the change. I knew I had the maturity, since I was older than the average entry level worker; however some of my technical and interpersonal skills were below expectation, or at least they were to me. During