I thought about what i was going to stay to my furious parents. I slowly cleared my pockets out and layed down thinking about the big mistake I made. I felt doozy since it was late and fell asleep. I woke up the next day feeling sad droopy, and nervous. My Mom told me to sit down then out of her pocket she pulled out my phone.
“I donate as often as I can,” Walker said. “I have two older children that are donating too. As soon as they turned 16, they went and gave their first donation.” Maryville resident Leah Koger also gave blood, she donates a couple of times a year. “I know that the blood center is really needing O negative blood and that’s my blood type,” Koger said. “They’ve been calling me everyday.
For over twenty years I taught speech therapy from pediatric to geriatric patients. I worked with to name a few strokes, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, assistive technology, and congenital disorders. I also was able to work with technology readily as I trained, built, and maintained the hospital electronic medical record. Prior to this over twenty years ago I student taught in speech therapy in Toppenish, Washington. I learned how to teach the techniques that I learned at Washington State University.
I have worked hard my entire life to get good grades, and have found ways to balance my academic and personal life. I have a job, am in 5 clubs, have over 200 logged volunteer hours, and have taken 8 AP classes. I am a member of the Stony Point High School Unarmed Drill Team. I have held a leadership position in my high school for all 4 years. In 9th-12th grades, I was Treasurer for the Robotics Team, where I also documented the process of designing, building, and testing the robot.
For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to be an Orthodontist. Since freshman year when I first heard about the senior project, I have always known that I wanted to do mine on job shadowing my Orthodontist, Dr. Chaffee. Mike Chaffee and my mom both went to Texas A&M University, so they have always been close since I first got my braces in the 6th grade. Since then we have always talked about my senior project and how he would help me every step of the way. I want my paper and my job shadowing project to give me an inside look on what it is truly like to be an Orthodontist.
iran to the park. And then I jumped up and down and up and down until I was totally dizzy and my mom cae out to see what I was doing and I said that I was just haveig so much fun outside wih the birds and animas. I aso love coca cola it is my favorite drink to drink in the morning while I take a run with my dog. I just haved a bowl of soup with my chocolate I got from my favorite teacher in the whole entire world I eat it all up until my stomach started to talk to me My tummy said that it anted more but it as full then it started to get made at me and I had to rush to the bathroom in the case of an
Maria is my boss at the counseling center and has been for three years now. I work under her as a sexual assault peer educator. I have weekly meetings with her and work with her when planning certain events that the SAPES may be doing throughout the semester such as the sex positive event that was held last spring. I have gotten to know Maria fairly well, making this interview feel like just another one of our weekly meetings. In conclusion, I was truly blessed to have Ms. Wydra be so generous with her time to allow me to interview her for this paper and or class.
Participants are required to obtain a minimum of ninety hours in a healthcare environment. I spent numerous hours wrapping, stretching, and icing athletes before and after practices and games under the supervision of the school athletic trainer. Before the end of my first year in the program, I was encouraged to apply to be a volunteer at the Baton Rouge General Hospital. That summer, I worked for a few hours every Wednesday in the oncology department. Even though the job merely entailed answering phone calls and bringing ice water to patients, I thoroughly enjoyed what I was doing.
Take for example J.D, an 18 month old infant who always cries whenever her mother leaves. She doesn’t sleep at all during nap time and cries whenever I go to other babies cots. That went on for a about two weeks. Even at that time, I knew about separation and stranger anxieties because of one seminar I attended that summer. I said to myself it’s just natural and developmentally appropriate for them to feel that way.
As a child, I would dream that I was Charles Drew, who started the first Blood Bank to operate in the United States that saved thousands of lives. I also would dream I was Vivien Thomas, who designed a shunt that would surgically solve the blue baby syndrome. These stories were very important to me because they instilled the belief that I too could become a medical professional. Furthermore, I had the opportunity to shadow various medical professionals in our community and experience what they did on a day-to-day basis. The information my parents exposed me to, coupled with my belief in God guided me