My future starts with going to college and earning a degree in nursing. More specifically, i will earn a BSN (bachelors in science of nursing). I plan on attending University of Charleston in the fall. After spending about four years earning this degree i plan to join a traveling company and become a traveling nurse. I plan to only stay in North America when i travel. By becoming a travel nurse, i gain many benefits that most nurses don't get. My goal with this is to work a minimum of five years to gain and save enough money to support and pay for going back to college to gain either a master's or a doctorates degree. When i go back, i plan to specialize in neonatal nursing and eventually work up to becoming a neonatal nurse practitioner or a neonatal doctor. After earning that degree i will go back and continue traveling. Now my goals for accomplishing these future plans are fairly simple: study hard,
In some point in time, during a person’s life they run into the question what do I want to be? They must find a career that they will enjoy or the time that they have spent in class and studying will be in vain. While doing research on the Georgia Career Information Center and from the constant idea throughout my life I have decided that I want to become a registered nurse. The type of work environment, the salary that the job provides and flexibility with work hours are all things that have drawn me to this occupation. I want to specialize in Neonatal. I have always enjoyed caring for people and making a difference to someone. When you become a nurse these are just some of the things that you are able to accomplish. Becoming a registered
After graduating Anacortes High school I plan on attending a four year private liberal arts university. I will be pursing a Bachelors of Science in Nursing leading to a career as a Registered Nurse. My main interest is a specialty in pediatrics. Following a month stay at Children's Hospital after enduring emergency surgery and a difficult recovery I decided nursing is what I'm meant to do. The nurses inspired me, and I hope that I can help a family and child in the same way that they helped
I am currently a senior nursing student at Samuel Merritt University. I will be graduating and receiving a bachelor’s of nursing science degree in December of this year. After graduation, I hope to pursue a career in pediatric nursing, ideally via the Versant new graduate program at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, California. I find so much joy in caring for children and providing support to their families, and I look forward to being able to make a difference in the lives of my patients throughout my nursing
Following my CMA, I plan to be the very best in my field and to follow all regulations, really just show my worth to whatever company that is willing to take me on. I want to take in all the knowledge that I will gain with the company and move it to where I truly want to be, in a hospital working with infants. After my youngest child starts elementary school, approximately three to four years from now, I plan to go back to college to advance my education. It has always been a dream of mine to specialize in Neonatal as a Registered Nurse. From there I plan to work my way up from “level 1: Caring for Healthy infants all the way to level 3: working in the NICU and monitoring seriously ill or premature infants around the clock.” (How to Become a Neonatal Nurse) From there I feel my goal in life will be fulfilled, though that does not mean that I am done with trying to continue to grow my career. I will continue gaining knowledge from other nurses and doctors who have been in the field longer then I have, as well as staying up to date on all regulations and codes. Who knows maybe even one day I’ll even become an Obstetrician or even a
I want to pursue my health care career in Nursing. I always dreamed of being a nurse, because I enjoy working and caring for people. Ever since I was a little girl I carried a toy stethoscope around and havin my family be my patients. I was not like any other kid, who played with barbies and kenn. My mom even knew I was going to fall in the great path of the health care. My potential is to have the greatest affect on others who are in need of my help. Also, I chose nursing to be my health career, because I have seen the real path of nursing in the real world. Attending a vocational high school, has given me a chance to enter the health assisting program. A four year high school program has put an outrageous affect on me. I learned how to practice
I want to be a neonatal nurse who takes care of newborn infants who were born prematurely. There are some procedures that may be needed for the care of the baby. What I know about a neonatal nurse is that you need to have a four year bachelors and masters of science in nursing degree. The reason I'm interested in this career is because I want to save lives and make a difference in the lives of the infants and their families. This career is something I will enjoy doing even if it can be sad at times.
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
I want to be a pediatric nurse. I absolutely adore children. I have been a preschool teacher for 4 years while I am continuing my education at Lonestar college to finish my prerequisite and get into nursing school. I desire to not only learn but achieve excellence. I go above and beyond what is required of me. I graduated from Lonestar College Cyfair with honors. I graduated cum laude and proud member of the prestigious Phi Theta Kappa honor society. I also graduated from Lonestar honors college. This is college allowed me to go beyond what I am capable of and set the standard for my academic excellence. The honors college help to broaden my horizon and can perform research that has never been done before. This research was unique to me I did
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.
After high school, my plan is to go to college majoring in nursing. While I am in the nursing program, I will intern for a hospital or a doctor’s office for more hands on experience. Following my RN degree, I plan to pursue my goal of continuing my education and becoming a nurse practitioner. I intend to work at a doctor’s office or a hospital as a RN while going to school to help pay off my loans and be able to be financially stable without needing my mother’s help. MY long term goal is to be a Nurse Practitioner specializing in Women Health. I have a desire to treat and educate those in need of medical
I see myself working as a Licensed Practical Nurse and transitioning to a Registered Nurse. I have had experience doing community service at the Claiborne County Senior Care Nursing Home and Claiborne County Medical Center through the Claiborne County Technical Center completing a high school course in vocational education in the field of Health Science II. My biggest challenges transitioning from high school to college will be having good study habits, paying close attention to what is being taught in class, taking good notes and utilizing free time to study. College will be different than High School but I am confident I will succeed in my future endeavors because I can do anything when I put my mind to it this is what I had to do all through school. Eventually I will be on my own so I need to have a good education so that I can support myself even though my mother will help me. I think college is an awesome opportunity to step outside of my comfort zone and meet new people. Therefore, I need to make sure that I surround myself with good friends whom I can trust to bring out the best in me and I will have my twin sister by my side to help keep me on track. College is not cheap so to be considered for a scholarship will mean so much to me and my
I plan to get great grades in college in my core classes my first two years of college. Then my sophomore year I plan to apply to nursing school at both Augusta University and Kennesaw State University, once I get accepted I want to specialize in Labor and Delivery. Maybe later on down the line I might also pursue a Doctorate's Degree in Nursing Practitioner. I have had a few leadership roles that I took very
Nursing is a very complicated topic in my opinion, because there are many different directions you can take it from it and many ways you can go. You can be many different types of nurses and get different degrees from your Bachelors degree to your Masters in nursing. I do not know much about which path I want to take because I have only heard about the bachelor's degree in science which is also known as the BSN. I think this one is the path I want to take primarily because it is available at San Juan through UNM and I have heard it is a really good program. What I know is that the Bachelor's degree in science is a four year career. However, I do not know much on how to get there, what I need and what kind of duties/responsibilities these type