Working in different settings and meeting new people that need to be taken care of has always interested me. The job I want to have while I go to college is the very challenging role of a Medical Assistant. Due to the experiences that have happened in my life, I believe that becoming a medical assistant is the best career choice for me. There are many duties and responsibilities I will have as a medical assistant. One of the responsibilities I would have as an medical assistant is answering telephones and dealing with patients.
I want to become a Medical Assistant because I enjoy helping others, and making them feel better. Medical Assistant is not just a career for me, it’s a goal that I will achieve with much pride and honor, and prove wrong those people who keep telling me that I’m not going to make it. I’m not really good in science, but I’m going to push myself to try hard to achieve my goal. Don’t ever let anyone label you, be your own kind of person and make the “impossible” possible. I know that it’s not going to be easy because of all the things you have to learn and memorize to become a Medical Assistant.
I provided them with examples of what I wanted for them to do, but I did not explicitly model or scaffold the steps to get to where I wanted them to be. Additionally, I think I could have established more differentiation within the assessment. For some students, I ended up picking the word I wanted them
These jobs range from hospitals, doctors offices, and any other healthcare facilities. This gives you such a wide range of personal career choices you can make. Once I become a medical assistant I will have a full-time job in a constantly growing field. Along with the finical security that comes with this certification there is always room for my personal growth. I could further my education in multiple different areas in the medical field.
My sophomore year, I placed eleventh out of over 130 students at the very competitive state level. Because of DECA, I am much more comfortable communicating with business professionals and expressing knowledge in business topics. I actively participate in National Honor Society, as well, and I currently serve as the vice president. National Honor Society recognizes students of high academic standing and places an emphasis on community involvement. As vice president of National Honor Society, I have led efforts such as our annual canned food drive and peer tutoring activities.
This was not without leadership experiences; I was also entrusted with important student responsibilities. For example, I was the student welfare officer in my department, organizing the yearly departmental week with other student board members. One of the highlight of the event is the career session during which alumni were invited to orientate students about career opportunities. I also served twice as the secretary of Rotary Youth club, Lagos Island chapter. During my tenure as the club secretary, I took charge in organising vocational skill training sessions such as catering, hair dressing and sewing.
Throughout the course of my studies, I will continue to work towards proving that I am capable of handling an onerous academic schedule and work hard. I realize that the path ahead is extremely challenging, but I want to reassure you that I am determined, hardworking and competent of conquering those challenges. Becoming a physician assistant is a passion of mine, as I look forward to providing high quality care, promoting amicable relationships with my patients, while at the same time helping them to heal mentally and
When I grow up as a child, I was setting goals for a future and what to do in life. I choose to pursue Physical therapist assistant which it is a reason why I want to help people, be more responsible, give good attitude to the patients. Next 5 years I will be working in different states at hospital or clinic. I may change to undecided major whether if I want to pursue different major. According to Occupational outlook handbook” Physical therapist assistant observe the patients before, during and after therapy; making notes patient’s status and report it to a physical therapist.’’.
From that moment I knew that I have to become an engineer. Ten years after the moment when my father left El Salvador, my mother, my brothers and I came to the United States to be together with my father as a complete family again. Hurtful it was for me to leave an entire life in Central America, my customs, and plans for my life, just to come to a new country to begin a new life. Starting from zero was not easy, and at the beginning I was absolutely frustrated because when I came to the United States, the school decided to delay two years, due to I did not know English, they set me in 10th grade, when in El Salvador I was in 12th grade. Learning English was one of the
I enjoyed working with the students in this classroom as many of the centers were game based which established a fun way for the students to learn. While in the first grade classroom, I was able to form a great relationship with my mentor teacher that allowed me to be very hands on with the students throughout the semester. Among many things, I learned how to run an educational circle and calendar time, worked with small groups of students to improve reading, provided practice spelling tests to students, assisted students in developing their writing abilities, and implemented the class’s behavior management plan. While I worked with the fifth grade