These individuals not only did his or her job well, but also inspired me. From there I did research about the profession, in addition to asking directly how different nurses liked his or her job. After gathering the information and having the opportunity to job shadow, I knew nursing was for me. I have something to give, and nursing will allow me to do that. All things considered, a career is not always going to be fun, however it can be rewarding.
Do you wear contacts? Well, when I was a freshman in high school my mother finally let me get contacts as long as I promised to take care of them. I thought all this meant was that I would destroy them or lose them I had no idea what it meant to "take care" of contacts. To my surprise, there were tons of rules. The eye doctor said to make sure I did not wear them to bed and to make sure I cleaned them with an enzymatic cleaner at least every few days.
McGuire-Wise is an excellent clinical supervisor because she is aware of my strengths and capabilities and she pushes me to see those strengths and capabilities. Her support and guidance helps me to see that I have a lot to offer my clients. She is also culturally sensitive when supervising me because she is very open and willing to learn from me. I believe this behavior enhanced my counseling skill because I am also more open and willing to learn from my clients. Mrs. McGuire-Wise’s patience, support, and knowledge are very encouraging because it motivates me to become a better counselor.
The imagines that disgusted my mother was a source of my fascination that sparked my interest to read in order to discover the knowledge I was seeking. Ever since I could remember that story of my birth being told, it was a defining moment for me – one I believe has allowed me to become the person I am today. Even though, others have told me they cannot see me working in healthcare or that I’m too small to be an emergency medical technician. I believe in facing adversity, that all things happen for a reason and every tribulation can allow me to reach my full potential. While in the first month of my emergency medical technician class, I had faced a tribulation that had caused me to question the beliefs that are my foundation.
The Profession of Social Work as a Career Goal Graduating from high school, I have always had a passion working with kids. I never put into thought exactly what I wanted to do with kids, all I knew was that I wanted to work with kids. At first, my career choice was to become a midwife. There were several complications down the road, in which I could no longer pursue that career choice. I had to re-evaluate myself, as well as my career, and that is when I came across social work.
We all have dreams and after college is all finished, we will be pursuing them. Some of us we 'll be heading into a career in teaching, maybe a career in the medical field, some of us need multiple years of college to achieve our desired profession, some maybe just two or three. But in my case, I actually don 't need any college whatsoever to join my profession as I want to become a professional wrestler. Yes, the stuff you see on TV like the WWE. In many cases, the dream of becoming a professional wrestler is something that 'll go away with age because when people get older, they normally will come to see it as childish and fake.
I 'm not a careless person anymore when it comes to decision making because now I have my kids to think about. After all, one of my goals was having children, but they came a little to soon. Not that I 'm complaining or anything, but because of it I have been rearranging my goals that fit my lifestyle now. Becoming a mother is one of the best goal a have accomplish but still
Finally, I preferred the movie because I think that I can easily understand the theme, moral, and the message from the story. I have a personal experience about the main plot of the story, my friend Farah wants to be a doctor, but when she enters the college she realizes that she can’t see a lot of blood, so she decided to leave her college. Just like Tom and Edward who dreamed to be in a different life and when they had it, they didn’t like
They encouraged me to continue my education in healthcare. At first, the nursing profession did not seem like an option for me. The stigma associated with men in nursing was a tremendous barrier. At the time, my tenacious, teenage ego could not reconcile the hit to my masculinity. When I was 16 years old, I moved away from home to attend a state college under the post-secondary enrollment option.
Education is my number one important value in my life at this moment. I realized without my education it will be harder for me to get by in life. For example just to get a bottom level entry job most place require a high school diploma and that is minimum while others require a associates degree. For me to reach my dream job of becoming a child advocate attorney I need to have a 4 year degree with junior doctorate degree on top of that. The reason my dream job is to be a child advocate attorney is because I was once in the foster care system with many good child advocate attorneys and many other not so good child advocate attorneys.