Exposure to people who can not function fully on their own assisted me and built me into who I am today. Gaining such experiences with people at such a young age gave me substantial qualities of being trustworthy, caring, and responsible, ultimately leading me to pursue a nursing career in my future. About eight months ago, my aunt gave birth to a tiny baby girl named Gianna. They live less than five miles away from me, allowing me to always be available to help out. I was constantly racing to their house in my free time to play with the baby and do what I could to help my aunt and her husband.
When I became old enough to babysit I couldn’t get enough of it. I loved being with children and helping them learn and grow. When I graduated High School I got a job at a Daycare, which I still work at today. That was when I really knew that being a teacher was the ultimate goal and I was determined to make it happen.
Margie discovered in her early years a love for fashion, makeup, reading, writing, and drawing. She would go on to graduate from Poly Technic High School in Fort Worth, Texas. The multi-talented young woman had her first child, kYmberly Mieshia Dionne Keeton in her early twenties and continued on with her education by taking classes at a local community college. Later on in life Margie was married to Dudley Glen Bell, Sr., in which they bore three beautiful children, JBell (Deceased),
Deciding that I wanted to be a level one neonatal nurse, I knew who to talk to. I have a cousin that was going to school for the same thing that I wanted to do about two years ago. She was considered to be my motivation. Anytime there was a family function, she was always there with her books, studying. She was honest with me about the medical field, that it would be hard and that you always had to be focused.
After this research I decided to apply to Delaware State University’s nursing program where I am now studying to become a Registered Nurse. I don’t plan to stop pursuing my education until I have received my degree certifying me as a medical
The first year of medical school the student learns science subjects and clinical skills(Hill). Science classes are very important in the healthcare field. Clinical skills help prepare the student for residency. Mrs. Turvey said she “finished medical in 1977(Turvey).” She worked as a nurse for 41 years, 18 of those years she was an OB/GYN. Mrs. Turvey said that she “has her MSN or her Masters in Nursing(Turvey).” A MSN is almost as high as a doctor you can go.
The cameras followed Leah and development of her children. During the series she enrolled the nursing school, as she wanted to become a better mother for her children. While being on the show, she started dating Jeremy Calvert, with whom she married on the 4th April 2012. In December 2011, during the show Leah announced that she was pregnant again; however she suffered a miscarriage in January 2012. Nevertheless, couple married in April.
I have always had a niche for teaching young children because of my mother. My mother has a daycare center but, when I was young had a daycare in our home. I saw her teach and always wanted to take over the class. As I grew older, I began working for my mom, and my love for teaching bloomed when I got to take on instructing and caring for the children, that is when I knew this is what I wanted to do when I grew up. My primary goal when I finish college is to get a daycare building and bring my mother 's business to Arizona as well as in Michigan.
I was ten when my mom decided to become a Medical Assistant (MA), and she would always take me to her classes with her and i remember I was just always so mesmerised by the idea of the human body. The courses I have to take are mainly courses that I need to fulfill graduation credits and the courses that are required for med school. The main courses are like
ATTN: Graduate Selection Committee. I fully became interested in Psychology when I was in community college, once I heard Psychology has a wide range of career opportunities. As far as working with kids I knew I wanted to work with kids when I was a child myself. I would put my baby doll pampers on my little cousin when his parents were sleeping. I was the mother at that age and still to this day he calls me “second mom”.
Being the oldest of seven kids and the absents of dad being around has forced me to step up and help out the family. While doing that I was able to finish high school and still attend college. Since I was a young girl my inspiration was to become a nurse and being able to help other and making a difference in other people’s life everyday. A person who reminds me a lot of me and has inspired me to continue going to school and not letting anything get in the way is Mary Lewis Wyche. She was born in Henderson in Vance County.
When I picture myself, I have faced many challenges in my life and realized how much i’ve grown and changed from them, just in the last year. The most important challenge that I am proud of myself for accomplishing is becoming a Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA). Obtaining this certificate was a huge step in my life from childhood to adulthood. I became an LNA because my mother encouraged me to since she knew I always wanted to be a nurse ever since I was a child and I love helping other people out. At seven in the morning on July 20, 2015 I arrived at LNA Health Careers School in Concord to a start of a big step in my life, not knowing what to really expect.
One of the most important things to me besides family and friends would be getting my nursing degree. Most kids want to be the president or a sports player but not me; I always wanted to be a nurse. It was just in my nature to care of others before myself. When I turned sixteen years old, I received my Nursing Assistant License and have been working at Bethany Nursing Home in Waupaca, WI. The following summer, I attended Bellin Nursing Camp where I fell in love more with the nursing field.