“Excuse me ma’am I think you need your medicine, let me listen to your heart beat,” that’s what I use to say to my dolls. I have always had a passion for caring for others. I knew I would be in the medical field. My goal when I was a child was to become a pediatrician, but my past, present, and future has had numerous unexpected ups and downs.
My personal goals are overcoming the many hardships I have endured over the last four years of my life. Right before my first year of high school my father went to prison, which was not really that shocking because he was in and out of jail for most of my childhood, but after prison he went to Mexico to have a better life for himself. My father’s move to Mexico has been the
Even at a young age, people begin to ask you what you want to be when you grow up. Children’s answers will range anywhere from ballerina, to firefighter, to President of the United States. However, as you get older, the question becomes more serious. As a high schooler, you feel as if you need to know exactly where you will end up thirty years into the future. Since senior year began, I have tried my best to understand my strengths and goals in life so that I can prepare for my future.
My goal in life is to pursue a career I will love participating in and commit to fully.
These are the closest things to goals that I have. Most of them are simple tasks like getting a college degree and becoming self-sufficient. Accomplishing these tasks is quite straightforward. First, getting a college degree should help with getting a better job in the future. Once I have a good job, I will be able to become self-sufficient. I want to become self-sufficient so that I wont have to continue to be a burden to my parents. While I already pay for most of my own stuff, I still need help from them. Paying for tuition and school supplies has really put a strain on my savings. Even with a part time job, I still needed to borrow money from my
There are many goals that I have in my current life, some are more important than others, but I am committed to accomplishing the ones that will have a greater impact in both my professional and personal life. I am very optimistic that I will reach these goals with self-discipline and dedication. Below are my three main goals:
I have been working in the medical field for six years, I am currently working I have been working in the medical office am in for four years and hoping to expand my experiences in the future. I have learn so much from Kaplan University and with these experiences I have faith that I will reach my goals in becoming successful. Just being yourself is the key and just know that when you are at that job interview give them a firm hand shake smell, and eye contact at all times and have your portfolio with your most important paper work that you will need for your job interview. Keep up the good
Currently, our world is transforming rapidly to be more accepting of differences and learning to celebrate what makes people unique. This occurred through small strategic wins around the globe when people fought for what they believed in. I have faith that everyone can positively impact the people around them in a meaningful manner. Combining my past experiences and my aspiration to better the world, my dream is to go into the medical field. I would like to do research and study the human nervous system, searching for and finding a way to cure neurological disorders. I have prepared myself through science classes, AP exams, attending health/medical conferences, and volunteering at the Eagle Ridge Hospital, always pushing myself to excel at everything I tried. I received high marks alongside 5s on every AP exam I took. This past December, I was even chosen to attend the Mini-Med Operations Conference which took place at the BC Children’s Hospital. There, I learned about the world of surgery and how surgeons can aid developing countries. It covered topics such as Global Surgery and mental health.
My goal of becoming a doctor was reinforced when I received shocking news that my grandfather has passed away from a heart failure. The feelings of emptiness consumed my inner being upon hearing the sad news. As a twelve year old immigrant, bilingual of Vietnamese American, I fully experienced the sadness and hardship caring for an old age family member that now has passed away. He was my beloved grandparent and was always there to raise me. I felt completely helpless and powerless, unable to prevent my grandfather from passing away. I became frustrated and started to ponder if the turn of events would have been any different if I had better insight to what medical care had to offer. I would have been able to advise my grandfather about his condition and perhaps his problem may have been preventable. I vowed to become a competent doctor to better understand my grandfather 's death, and to make a real impact on preventing others’ loved ones from passing away due to my lack of medical knowledge.
My life goal is to put other lives before my own—to become a surgeon. In order to accomplish this I first need to succeed in all my short term goals. These include earning the IB Diploma, finishing all my classes with top grades, being accepted into a university, and finding a way to pay for my education through scholarships. After
Heritage High School has given a plethora of academic endeavors which has heightened my curiosity in a specific subject. The Health Occupations Students of America, otherwise known as HOSA, presented a demonstration of anesthetics on the human body. An anesthesiologist visited to illustrate his endeavor in pursuing his occupation. Hearing about the difficulties of becoming an anesthesiologist fueled the passion I had for seeking the occupation. I had an innate curiosity while I asked him numerous questions to discover what was truly required to attempt the occupation. He said assisting humanity was his sole reasoning for selecting his career as his life was riddled with the failure or losses of others. His utterly simple words swayed my views
The goals I have made for myself as an 8th grader is to become a role model for other people at Ross Middle School. I want to improve skills in all my classes. I truly love my crazy family and friends, couldn’t be more blessed to have them in life. I have a hyper younger sister and a shy older sister My older sister and I are very close and tell each other everything. Also all my amazing friends and we are very close with each other and tell each other everything. Some of my hobbies are basketball, soccer, and 4H. One of my biggest interests is being a vet after graduation. I have always dreamed of being a vet and working with animals everyday.
Education has big role in my goal. Four years of medical school, and three to ten years of training or residency. So many things I have to prepare for. To achieve my goal, I have to make choices in my life, educationally, and mentally. What will help me fulfill my goal? Picking the right college
The plan that I have for my future isn’t a very clear one and I’m still trying to figure out what I want to major in and do with my life. If I were take on the health care path as a profession I think I would want to be an anesthesiologist the most. Towards the end of last semester I was thinking about nursing because of all the different people I knew that were in it and how much they liked it. While talking to my parents about it they also thought that it would be a good fit for me and that I should go for it. After this semester with Professor Selzer’s class I realized that nursing wouldn’t be the best for me, I would still enjoy it but I think I can only take so much of people, therefore I’d rather put them to sleep. Anesthesiology is the
i decided to talk a little bit about life before the goals because one cannot understand the later without the former, i would like to talk aboiut few of the things i have put together to help me set my goals which i have categorize into the follwing; school, service in church, marriage, family, the my influences on the society and lastly impact delivered to the world as a whole.