My first Nursing Career goal is to complete my education here at St. Francis College to obtain my Bachelors of Science in Nursing and to pass my NCLEX exam. After passing the NCLEX I would like to work as a Registered Nurse in a hospital in or around New York City. While working as a Registered Nurse I would like to gain experience in the field to finally decide what aspect of Nursing I would like to specialize in. My overall goal right now, is to work as an RN and to go back to school to become a Nurse Anesthetist. Within my career my goals are to do my job to the best of my ability. I want to help as many patients as I possibly can and make their experience in the hospital the best it can be.
After graduating from Blackhawk Technical College my nursing career will begin at St. Mary's Janesville Hospital as a surgical/pediatric nurse. I am excited to begin this journey within an organization I have been a part of since before the doors opened in January of 2012. St. Mary's Janesville is partnered with several colleges offering ADN to BSN degrees. My future goals include enrolling and completing an ADN to BSN degree program by December of 2020. In addition to earning my BSN by 2020, my goals also include obtaining my ACLS and PALS certificates within four months of hire.
My educational goals are to receive my Associates Degree in Nursing at Shelton State Community College so that I can work as a Registered Nurse. After working as a Registered Nurse for at least two-years, I plan on returning to school to obtain my bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Becoming a Nurse is more of a calling then just a job or a career for me. I have worked in the healthcare field as a Certified Nursing Assistant since I was eighteen years old. I have known that I’ve wanted to be a Registered Nurse since I was fourteen when I helped take care of my sick grandmother. Becoming a Nurse is very important to me because I have a passion for taking care of people and I know that I can make a big difference in people’s life.
Registered nurses work alongside physicians providing patient care in a variety of ways. A few examples of what nurses are responsible for include: administering medications, tracking patient’s vital signs, helping to diagnose and properly treat patient aliments and educating the patient and their family on their condition and the course of treatment. Depending on what area of medicine a nurse works in will determine more generalized and specific duties and responsibilities. There are many different areas a nurse may work in. Some areas include: obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, emergency room, and many more. Nurses can work in a variety of settings, these can include: hospitals, urgent cares, doctors office, nursing homes and home health.
I chose nursing as my profession because nursing is promising. It is a field that will always be necessary. People will always need people to care for them when they cannot care for themselves. I believe that I can adequately provide this care.
Nursing has always been a natural choice for me. From the time I was a little girl I received satisfaction and enjoyment from providing care for my great-grandmother, ensuring my elderly neighbor wasn’t lonely, various forms of problem solving and all things science related. Compassion, care and critical thinking are merely
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.
I chose nursing as my profession because I always have had a desire to serve and educate others and nursing, which has given me an opportunity to do that. Nursing is a rewarding career that gives the greatest opportunity to save lives, comfort, and care for them. The nursing profession tends to run in my family and have inspired me to become a nurse as well. This profession is the most demanding and helpful profession in the world.
I have chosen to become a Registered Nurse because, I like to be challenged, I want situations to be difficult so I can use my skills and knowledge to solve them to the best of my ability. I have the drive and determination to become a nurse and care for others in different situations every day. I want to make a difference in people’s life, and I know being a nurse will help me fulfill this want.
My short-term career goal is to successfully complete and pass the nursing licensing exam NCLEX-RN and become a registered nurse by December of 2018. I aspire to become a geriatric nurse in long term care facilities, community homes and services for the elderly by May of 2020. When I become a registered. I intend to be a nursing leader and an active member in Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO); in order to promote gerontology nursing. Additionally, I will utilize the knowledge and skills gained from my clinical practice in geriatric care to advocate for an improve quality practice environment, an improve access to quality care and a safer care delivery systems for the elderly. My primary goal is to go
In my future career as a Registered Nurse I will use math in a number of ways. For example, giving the right amount in medication dosages or IV dosages. It is extremely important for a nurse to know how to convert, and calculate the amount needed.
I chose to be an RN because my aunt expired me I love to see them work and to go around taking care of their patients and I chose to do so because my aunt she talks to me about the classes she took and the things she likes and enjoy doing as an RN it’s not about just taking care of someone but also being a good listener or if a patient needs a shoulder to
For as long as I can remember, I always told myself I would go to college. As a senior, I went through all the steps of admitting into a college, or so I thought. I did everything except turn in my mom’s signature to the FAFSA. Getting ready to submit the signature I realized I was not ready to spend $60,000 in a career I wasn't passionate about. Now here I am again 3 years later doing it again, most people would see this as a set back, but I see it more as an opportunity. This time I am prepared to pursue my goal of attending collage and purse a nursing career . I feel that with the opportunity your scholarship will provide I can reach my goals of taking care of others.
Nursing is an honorable profession, and nurses are the heart and soul of the health care system. Being a Registered Nurse plays a vital role in the well- being of patients. They are teachers, advocates, caregivers, critical thinkers, and innovators. Without nurses, nurse practitioners would not be able to perform overloaded procedures; therefore, they are a necessity in this world. Becoming a nurse will require sacrifices and hard work, but I willing to conquer the task. Registered Nurse is the perfect job for me because of the salary, the responsibilities, the work environments, and how to become
The nursing career was of interest to me because I like to help as many people as I can and make them feel better. It is also very exciting to me because there is always something new to learn and it never gets boring. Also the nursing field is not based on one level of care. There is a broad variety of care that one could go into. When I was little I would always tell my dad or anyone that asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up that I wanted to be a doctor. As I got older I realized that being a doctor had too much responsibility and they hardly spent any time with their families. With nurses they are still held responsible for a lot but are still able to spend time with family. I have a cousin that is a registered nurse in the