My Life Experience At Georgia Southern University

980 Words Jan 12th, 2016 4 Pages
Everyone has their own story of why they feel they are deserving of being admitted to the nursing program. Whether it was so they could make their parents proud or due to a family history, every person has their own personal reasoning for wanting to be accepted. So what is my story? I could tell you that I am a current sophomore at Georgia Southern University with a 3.98 GPA who is currently involved in The 100 Collegiate Women of America and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. These things however do not set me apart from other applicants, but there are two things that do: my life experiences and my motivation. My life experiences are not as extravagant as going on a jungle safari or studying abroad in another country, but these experiences significantly changed my life and helped me chose a career in the nursing profession. One of my proudest achievements and best experiences of my life was the day I received my 100 hour pin from DeKalb Medical Hospital. I had been volunteering at DeKalb Medical for the last two years and it was truly one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. It all started at the end of my eleventh grade year when my healthcare teacher had sent me an email telling me of this wonderful volunteer opportunity. Interested I quickly filled out the application and mailed it off as soon as possible. Then one day I received an email saying that I had made it through the first round and I was on to the next round which was the interview process. All dressed up in…
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