I wanted to be the kind of pharmacist who checked for these kinds of dangerous but often overlooked interactions, warned patients and their doctors, and sought alternatives. Eager to learn more about the profession, I took the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam after spending my winter break with Mosby’s Pharmacy Technician: Principles and Practice. I passed and began working as a pharmacy technician at Walgreens. It only took a short time to realize I didn’t want to be a pharmacist.
Growing up I have always been driven to become involved in the medical field, therefore I am interested in becoming a nurse practitioner. I study hard and devote my free time to learn more at school. I am determined to continue to succeed and make sacrifices to achieve my desired goals. My strong internal motivation comes from my parents who support me. As a high school student, I am preparing to choose a college to attend and a career to pursue.
I have already gotten to do that a lot through volunteering with National Honor Society. That organization showed me why it is crucial to help your community and also created a love of volunteerism within me. We can always do more though. Throughout my high school years I had the chance of doing a lot of work for my community and now I will get the chance to impact a new one. Since I will be leaving Jacksonville to go to college in Fayetteville, the only thing I can do for my old city is encourage its citizens to continue to better the city.
I want to earn my way up to a good university and earn my degree, apply to an outstanding dental school and start my long years of residency that lie before me. One of my goals in the future is to help others in need for medical attention. It makes me happy when I see others happy. I want to give back to my community and help others so I can earn the respect that I’ve always wanted.
Blood was not my favorite either. However, Sports Medicine (and this year Kinesiology) have removed any fears and brought me to a new discipline—osteopathics or orthopedics with a concentration of sports wellness. In the first place, science
More importantly, I become fascinated with the field. Pharmacy appeals to me as an intriguing and promising occupation. More importantly, it is also a noble profession. I’m currently volunteering at Massachusetts General Hospital. I started off volunteering in the department of patient escort services and then I was transferred into the emergency room.
Having a school that was still remotely close to my family was important when I was choosing a school. Connections. Making connections for myself was really important to me when I was choosing a college. As a cinema arts and science student, I didn’t just want to go to a school that was only going to teach me new skills and techniques. I wanted a school that was going to help me make connections and help me network for my future.
As I reflect on the MSW program at Sacramento State University, I am grateful for the experiences I was able to receive during my field work during both years in my MSW program. I am grateful for choosing a program that includes internship as part of the requirement. I truly believe that the field work we have been provided with has given us the opportunity to learn from our mistakes and learn what being a social worker really means. The most challenging thing for me during the MSW program was starting my second year placement. It was my first time working in a medical environment and I did not know what to expect.
With many years’ experience as a registered nurse, I find that continuing my education will allow me to thrive in my career. My critical thinking skills has allowed me to carry out positive patient outcomes as well as, respecting patient’s ethics and values.
I started wanting to be pharmacist since it was very good profession in itself with a good salary. One other reason being my parents who were both working in the pharmacy gave me convincing talks about that job. So I decided to give it a try that is how I got into the internship program from my high school for shadowing a pharmacist in a Walgreens. There I learned how to be a pharmacy technician. From that experience I received my first pharmacy technician job at Rxperts Pharmacy.
Being highly ranked and having good job prospects after graduation truly helping their students succeed in the world of the medical field. Bringing my good attitude and hard work ethic will help me succeed at this institution as well as my love for volunteering in the community around me. Medical
School is my number one priority although I do a few extracurricular activities; Key Club, CEC, Youth Group, and French Club. I also enjoy volunteer work; visiting elderly people at local nursing homes, helping out at The Pink Lemonade, benefit
Going to undergrad in Colorado Springs gave me a flavor for the unique city it is. I still have many friends who have chosen to stay in Colorado Springs, and I am excited to contribute to the city in the future alongside them. Colorado Springs is a second home for me. I am also familiar with the population beyond my college campus from volunteering at Memorial Hospital Central as well as working in classrooms all around city. With the support network I already have there, it would be an excellent location to study for a year of medical school.
College will be a life-changing experience that will provide me with the resources I need to succeed. One day when I perform my first solo-surgery, I will think of the first surgery I scrubbed into and how it shaped my