After I graduate I plan on attending National Park College for their RN to BSN degree program. I wish to do that and gain some field experience before I go back to school to become a Nurse Practitioner. Becoming a Nurse Practitioner has always been a dream of mine and each day I get closer. To stay close to home to attend National Park for the first part of my goals is a definite plus. My end goal is definitely to be a Nurse Practitioner but to also have job security and stability because they do make very good money. I come from a struggling, middle class family with hardworking parents and to be able to provide for them one day as they have done for me is also a future goal of
Once I complete school, my plans are to obtain a degree in nursing, and I plan to become a Neonatal Nurse and work in a hospital with a high risk NICU: I knew I wanted to pursue a career as a nurse when my oldest son was born prematurely at 24 weeks. I watched a group of nurses’ work day in and day out for 4 ½ months care for a room full of sick babes. After seeing first-hand, the dedication and hard work it took to care for these sick babies I knew that it what I wanted to do.
When I was younger I always wanted to be a nurse or a doctor. This is because I have always had a caring heart and I enjoyed to take care of everyone. My education goal is to get my Doctorate in Nursing and to reach that goal I have to start working on My Associate Degree. Therefore, my first educational goal is to begin and complete my associate degree. My career Goal after graduation is work as an RN in the Sarah Todd Nursing Home; The nursing home which I currently work at as a CNA. Being a CNA allows me to reach out and help people increase the amount of people I can care for.
Looking at the major I have selected at ECPI, Criminal justice, has been my interest and I am looking forward to my future within my career as a probation officer specializing in the juvenile detention center as a Long term goal. As for a short term goal I strive to be a police officer. There are various jobs that fall into the criminal justice category mainly in law enforcement agencies.
As a LPN I plan on working in long term care to spend time passing meds and being able to do assessments, or work at madigan hospital in hopes to be able to work in acute care until I get into RN school. I plan on working full time in whatever area I get a job in, most jobs offer classes to keep you up to date on what is best and safe practice. I plan to attend classes and seminars as provided to try and keep myself as sharp as possible in hopes to keep myself as sharp as possible for the safety of my patients and when the time comes for me to start school to be a registered nurse. I plan to take part in CEU’s. I plan to take classes to manage my 45 hours of continued education yearly I would like to take classes on medication administration
As far as I remember I would always play nurse with my siblings and make them feel better. When my parents would take me to the store to pick up a toy, I always picked band-aids and pretend doctor kit. My long-term career is becoming a Registered Nurse, and my short-term career is the career I currently have as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
Saving lives matters. You do not have to be a Doctor or a Police officer to save a person life. Being a Nurse has greater or equal value in saving someone life. A registered nurse or RN is a person who has graduated with a nursing degree from an accredited college or university, has passed the state board examination and is licensed to practice nursing. It is very important for a person who wants to become a nurse to research the pros and cons of the different areas of nursing. Gender is a big role in nursing, especially when a specific area of interest is chosen by the individual. For instance, women are gentle so they will probably do well with caring for the babies. While the men are physically strong, they are needed in the physical therapy area to help with lifting patients. Being a nurse you must have patience, customer service, being independence, and honesty. I believe that being a nurse will not be an easy task. Becoming a nurse takes hard work and dedication. Being a nurse may be an accomplishment for those that enjoy helping others. It also has great pay and benefits and offers a secure job for a career.
To begin with, I am currently going to East Valley Institute of Technology to become a certified medical assistant. After my senior year I will continue my schooling in order to go into the health care. I will do this by continuing to go to Mesa Community College were I will finish to get my associates in applied science of nurse. When I have finished that I will transfer to the university of Arizona to become part of their nursing program, at the same time work on getting my bachelor's and master's degree. This will help be to become an RN. My ultimate goal is to become a registered nurse working in the emergency room, as well as hopefully travel around the world as a missionary nurse to help others in
Recently a graduate from Maryville University with a major in nursing and a minor in psychology. I can see myself planning a family and the rest of my life. My dream job at Cardinal Glennon is a nurse who works in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. While working as a nurse I wish to gain a few years of experience and then later on applying to a Nurse Practitioner program or a Nurse Midwifery program. After completing those programs I plan on starting a family and laying out the plan for the rest of my nursing career and life.
The criminal justice system field that I am most interested in is the law enforcement side. After college I have three dreams one is to be in the United States Air Force. The criminal justice major will have a colossal influence on my career. It would give me an edge on the other competition because I know what to expect because the law enforcement concentration is one of the closest military experience things that Alabama State University has to offer. I would like to be in the emergency management field. Emergency management is the military version of FEMA. My aspiration is to be able to become an officer and lead airmen to success. I want to do twenty years in the military then retire after that I would like to join the Drug Enforcement
First of all I would like to be in the healthcare field because I would like to have the ability to help parents keep their children safe.I love children and I hate seeing them when they are sick. I would like to be able to help them live a healthier environment by helping them avoid illnesses and by helping them get over illnesses quickly. I would like to one day find a cure for an illness and save multiple children or
Have you ever pondered becoming a doctor but did not want to deal with the outrageous amount of schooling? Well, if you have, then becoming a nurse practitioner might be a good choice for you. First thing you should know is that there are several branches of Advanced Practice Registered Nursing. According to Nurse Journal, they are, “Certified Nurse Practitioner, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, Certified Nurse Midwife, and Clinical Nurse Specialists (“Requirements to Become A Nurse Practitioner”). Now that you know what branches there are, you have to know what a nurse practitioner does. Nurse practitioners perform a series of different things ranging from working with patients to assisting doctors. They also conduct research and studies
In conclusion, I plan to take further steps into my career after I've graduated High school by attending 4 year college and taking the required training for this field . I plan to graduate and I will get my bachelors degree from Wayne State University.After all of my education has been completed I will be employed in a hospital or doctors
One of my favorite writing assignments that I wrote along this year would be “Career Plan”, since it helped me find out what I really want to be and learn more about that Career. Searching for career is really helpful and it helps you decide on which one you want the mot and think it’s more convenient for you and you know you will be able to accomplish.
Before the age of eighteen, I had lived in three countries. My father’s career as a doctor and scientist of Military, Disaster & Extreme Medicine took my family throughout Kazakhstan, Russia, and the Ukraine. Although it was a challenge for me to continually adapt to new places and learn three languages, I am grateful for the cultural exposure that traveling provided me. In every new environment I was raised to treat others with equal respect and kindness regardless of any differences or similarities we may have had. This exposure has taught me that successful acclimation lies in the ability to interact well with people from diverse backgrounds. Here, in a country of immigrants, I have met people from countries all around the world. The Nursing field provides me the opportunity to help all people regardless of age, sex or ethnicity. I seek a Nursing degree here in the United States in order to increase my knowledge and to be able to practice in the field of professional nursing. My goal of becoming a Registered Nurse has long been encouraged by my personal interest in the profession and by my experience, previous education and achievements. These factors continue to motivate and inspire my desire to seek this degree and become a healthcare professional.