As graduation approaches, I continue to look forward in starting my journey in nursing. By graduating high school with my Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), this allows me to have a jumpstart on my career. I will continue to try my best at everything until my goals have been accomplished, just like Angie did. Both myself and Angie has numerous similarities in the career of nursing, including what motivated us, why we wanted to go into it, and how it has affected our lifestyles. Nursing requires human beings
My Future Career, Nurse Practitioner A nurse practitioner is a nurse with a graduate degree in advanced practice nursing. When I was little I always said I wanted to become a nurse practitioner. It was something about being able to help patients overcome their illnesses that interested me the most. It always seemed like it was the perfect profession for me because I am a people’s person. The required education is to have a Master’s degree.
Pursuing a career as a nurse has been my primary goal since I was a child. I have been doing a lot of things that would help me get in and do well in the field of nursing in every way possible. Due to the extensive amount of my academic and professional work experiences, I am assured that I can do better than most people with the same goal. There are so many high schoolers who do not really think about what they’re going to become until the last minute. Unlike them, I have decided to take as many health and science related classes as possible, that would help me increase my academic experiences and be ahead than most students.
I began my career as a registered nurse with now 7 years experience. I have worked 3 different nursing jobs while gaining valuable knowledge from each one. Essentially, I have discovered that some of the best nurses are educators. Yes, nurses are primarily caregivers, but they also have an important secondary role in providing education for patients, the community, and each other. I am eager to become involved in the earliest stages of my students’ journeys to becoming employees in the healthcare sector.
I took a nursing assistant class through a dual enrollment program. I performed clinical hours at Golden Living Center in Rome, Georgia for CNA training. I took this class not because I wanted to become a nurse but because this was the only healthcare class left that I had not taken. I did not want to go senior year without taking a class in healthcare because I did not want to forget important skills that I had learned in prior classes. This class taught me a lot about the medical field.
Part 7: My Future: What I want to do in the future is go to a good university and study medicine. My goals are to become a pharmacist and marry someone with a good education and a good job. Also, my hope is that I can play soccer for the college I will be attending. Part 8: Commitment: In my freshman English class, I will work hard and turn in all assignments on time. During freshman year, I will get involved in multiple activities and work hard in all my classes.
This year, my willingness to take on a new challenge of enrolling in the Certified Nursing Assistant course at Wenatchee Valley College has helped mold me into a motivated self-disciplined individual. This year, I took on the challenge of enrolling in Wenatchee Valley College’s Running Start program. One of my most challenging classes at the college to-date has been the eight-credit certified nursing assistant class I applied to. This is a program specific class that required hours of application work along with multiple doctor’s examinations to gain admittance to. Only a limited number of applicants were allowed to take this class and I am happy to say I was able to be one of them.
They told me to call Lori Rivera. After talking to her about the project, she was more than happy to be my mentor. I did my hours over a four day period, working four hours each day. My mom or dad would drop me off at the hospital at eight in the morning and then would pick me up at twelve noon. During those four hours each day, I would follow Lori
I am currently completing my certified nurse program to proceed with a job as a patient care technician. I believe a job as a certified nurse assistant will give me a better insight while working beside nurses and observe what set of skills nurses use. My strengths that best suit my personality and this program are determination, effort, caring, critical thinker, discipline, and enthusiastic. These qualities would reflect on a nurse and would make caring for the patient easier. I believe that I belong in the nursing field, because ever since I was a child, I always wanted to make a positive influence in people's lives.
Money! How am I going to achieve that? Well some of the goals that I have for my successful future is to study and go to college. I want be an obstetrician so I can deliver happy babies. The priorities that I need is to study, get good grades.
I also do well in math and science classes, and science classes, in particular, are extremely interesting to me. What sparked my interest in becoming a Physician Assistant was my sister. She has been studying to become a PA and has enjoyed it. I can continue to learn about this career by talking to my sister about all that she is learning and asking her about what it is like. Also, I can keep doing research on Physician Assistants in any way that I can to keep educating myself on the career.
Possessing these admirable traits needed to be a nurse fit perfectly with the Peace Core’s values. Nursing in the Peace Corps will allow me to educate and aid people all over the world. Not only will the experience benefit those I provide care for, but also teach me how to live a life of generosity. Professional Registered Nurses in the Peace Corps spread health awareness all over the globe, from organizing health care systems to disease prevention. Involvement in a program of this capacity would fulfill my ambition to grow and develop throughout my nursing
Seeing the instant gratification of my patients when I would help them restored my hope that nursing is my calling. However, during this time my hopes and dreams were being dashed, school after school kept turning me down because my grade point average was not good enough. Then one day I got an acceptance letter from Neumann University saying that I was accepted to their nursing program but they did not have space for me and I would have to change my major to early and special education, I called and accepted this major. Within the week I was contacted by Alvernia University telling me that I needed to finish my application and meet with Dr. Symanski. After consulting with both Dr. Symanski and Dr. Greenawald I was accepted on the spot to Alvernia University, and my hope was restored, I could really live out my dreams of being a nurse.
Making a difference in people 's lives makes a person feel so good and being a nurse I could do that everyday! In my opinion, this makes me a good candidate for the healthcare field! I plan to enroll in the nursing program at North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND and graduate with my Bachelors of Science in nursing. This is my plan because I know a BSN is a little longer than an RN but it will benefit me in the long run if I want
When I was a little kid I always dreamed of becoming a nurse I would always be nurses on television taking care of people and making them smile one of my biggest passion is to become a nurse. During high school I got the option to take a certified nursing assistant class throughout the class because everything that we needed to know but my teacher was not very good throughout clinicals she would only tell us stuff one time and she would never explain it we had to always figure it out by ourselves. The course was very challenging and when it came time to take our certified nursing assistant exam I felt really unprepared. Although I would always read my book and study the sections that she told us to and I would do good on my test and quizzes