I will be attending Rogue Community College (RCC) in September full time. To reach this goal, I will need to save at least $100 from each of my two week paychecks for 8 months to help with tuition and books. It is about $95 per credit at RCC and to be a Registered Nurse, you need at least 46 credits which is a little over $4,000. Being able to save $200 from my paycheck for 8 months covers about $1,600 of the tuition cost. I plan on applying for financial aid and using the money my parents already have saved up for me to pay for the rest of my schooling.
After almost five years (four years seven months to be exact) America Guzman will begin pursuing her career. Although we both knew this day was eventually going to come, it was very difficult to see her go. She started with me as a freshman at El Paso Community College and is now close to completing her academic career at UTEP with her Masters Degree this fall. She was recently accepted for a full-time internship
My summer of 2015 was dedicated to two internships; one being a Medical Assistant (200 hours) and another as a Physical Therapy Aide (80 hours). These internships helped me get an inside perspective of how nurses go above and beyond their everyday duties to ensure patient care, setting a standard for me to go above and beyond in terms of my education, my service to others, and in life. With the changes in college tuition having increased and state support for college students having taken a decrease over the last couple of years, this scholarship would benefit me tremendously in my goals to continue my education.
I am glad to view a schedule and expectations for the clinical setting in the program. I am so excited to get started in the clinical setting as a Nurse Practitioner. I currently work at the Dayton VA Medical Center 8 hour shifts, 5 days a week. When clinical time arrives I plan to go part time and work 20 hours a week, and spend 20-30 hours per week for clinicals. If I am unable to go to part time status, I will continue full time and spend 20-30 hours per week for clinicals.
I am writing this letter on behalf of Quentin Goodman, an incoming high school senior who is looking to volunteer at NYU Langone Medical Center, Center for Musculoskeletal Care (CMC), Physical Therapy Department located on 333 East 38th Street, New York, NY 10016. NYU CMC Physical Therapy Supervisor, Dr. James Koo is a professional and personal friend of mine and he gave Quentin your contact information and a tour of the clinic. The reason Quentin wants to become a physical therapist is because his sister, Camille, has had several surgeries when she was younger. He was able to have a first-hand look at how much a physical therapist could impact someone’s life. Camille had to undergo yet another surgery in the summer of 2016, and Quentin was again able to see how different her life would have been without the help of physical therapy.
Education is ever evolving field, and due to this I have stayed current with my CEU’s. I am willing to get further education to stay current with teaching techniques, and for any job requirements. I have always hit the ground running at all my jobs, and am not shy to ask questions when needed. I believe that I am highly qualified, and I know I want to teach
In his weekends he would always spend his time volunteering in different places like daycares, nursing homes, or volunteer work through his clubs. His senior year he spent it working in a biology lab working with Beta Cells. Once he graduated he had a 3.4 GPA. After that, he applied to a nursing program in order to become a registered nurse. In order to have a better chance of being accepted into the program, he retook several classes which were prerequisites for nursing school that summer.
I plan to continue my education and work on my bachelor degree in nursing, while working as an RN. This scholarship money would help pay my tuition for the last year of my nursing program at Stark State College. Recently, I have been informed that my financial aid may be running out. This poses a problem leading into my final year of my nursing program. I have been on the president’s list numerous times, I am currently a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society.
The Show Made me decide that I want to Work in the Medical field. My All time goal is to Become A Trauma Surgeon for Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. The Main reason I would Like to go into the medical field is because I like to help people. I have been Volunteering for A Football And Cheerleading Program Called Brockton Junior Boxers for five years. While volunteering I work with all the players
My use of mission command as a command paralegal Learning about mission command and its six principles has helped me see how empowering my subordinates in my past led me to where I am today. Now I believe that I am better apt to analyze my commanders and other leaders intent and better deliver that intent to my subordinates to accomplish the mission through mission command. Cohesive Teambuilding I enjoy conducting interesting physical training events that push my soldier’s thoughts of what they can do. I always thought that new and unique physical training events only helped with getting soldiers to enjoy coming into physical training every morning; however, now I see that this was just the start of how I was building cohesive teams. According to ADRP 6-0, “Trust is gained or lost through everyday actions more than grand or occasional gestures.” I am already thinking of new and interesting things to do with my soldiers after I leave the United States Army
After looking at all of my skills sets and interests. The first career that I will choosing is being a Physical Therapist. I have chosen this career because I was not really sure what I wanted to be but since I like being active, I thought that being a physical therapist might be a good idea . I think I will be successful at it because if I like to help people and I myself I like to gain and build muscle so that will motivate me to help them. Well at the moment I work at a nursing home as a receptionist and we have a physical therapy department in there.