I thoroughly enjoyed my time working with Natalie. She is honest, dependable, and incredibly hard-working. Beyond that, Natalie is an intellectually impressive and ambitious student who is always ready to further herself in any program. Along with her undeniable talent, Natalie has always been an absolute joy to work with.
I come from a loving and supportive family that has always encouraged me to work hard and if I do, I will be able to achieve anything I desire. I was taught to reach for the stars and to pursue my dreams. I am a true believer in setting goals, staying focused, and being persistent to achieve all I aspire: to be a CTO or CIO in corporate America.
Every day I committed myself to be enthusiastic, empathetic, humble, honest, and tireless in my pursuit of knowledge, skill, and understanding. I have utilized these skills and qualities to not only meet the requirements of my APPE rotations but to exceed my preceptors’ expectations; and I hope to continue to strengthen these during residency rotations. I believe that my high level of motivation, love of learning and teaching, and continuous striving for self-improvement make me an excellent and well-rounded candidate and a valuable asset to VA San Diego’s residency program, the healthcare team, and the pharmacy department in general.
Hello, I am Anahi Ceballos-Tapia and I am currently 13 years old. When I’ve first heard about the AVID program, I was very skeptical about what this program benefits. After asking which program would suit me the best for my future education, I’ve chosen to participate in this particular program. I feel that I have the skills and determination to have this course in Everett Alvarez High School. Therefore, I would like to be enrolled in AVID for various reasons. My foremost reason on why I want to be enrolled in AVID program is considering that it will help me tremendously on my academics in school, which would apply to helping me learn how to be successful all the way through college. Secondly, I would like to be in AVID since this class can
This letter is written in strong support of Julia Barbour for acceptance to pharmacy school. I have known Julia since winter of 2014 when she was enrolled in my Life 101 (PharmSci 42) class. The following summer she was recruited for my laboratory based on her academic strength and her talent for giving presentations. Upon joining the lab, Julia immediately displayed sharp critical thinking skills and learned new procedures quickly. She was trained by one of my best students and has followed in his footsteps; taking on new responsibilities with ease. My students work very independently compared to other undergraduate students. They must have a high degree of personal responsibility and a strong commitment to learning. Julia's intellectual
My name is Tincye Edwards and I live in North Carolina. I am pursuing a degree in Masters of Art Degree in Human Services Counseling with a concentration in Crisis Response and Trauma. I currently work as a Registered Nurse at a local hospital. I would like to how to apply spiritual principle with holistic techniques in counseling and health care fields.
Although I never met Marilyn Fratturelli I do hope that I exemplify some of the qualities that were important to her. For the next four years I will be attending Salem State University for International Business and Italian and I can honestly say that my teachers and my family have prepared me for future. It is my goal in life to become an international corporate lawyer and I hope to work for a non-profit organization in the future. It was my international justice teacher that showed me the struggles and hardships that people all over the world face which influenced me to want to help end the suffering in different countries. My italian teacher is the one who nurtured my passion for the italian culture and language and taught me the advantages
This letter is to recommend Samantha "Sammy" Herold for the Berkowitz Independent Community Pharmacy Scholarship. My past position as pharmacy manager of a chain store and current manager of an independent pharmacy has given me the privilege of working with Samantha on two similar but very different pharmacy adventures. During this time, I have found her to be an exceptional employee and a valuable mentor.
Our birthday girl and Georgia Peach, Sister Tarasha Hickson-Smith hails from Decatur, GA. She and her family currently reside in Atlanta.
I am Terri Travers. I am writing to request permission to enroll in your Criminal Justice course. I signed up early and have the necessary grades, but I am refused.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit both Boston and Providence on a college visit for my older sister. In Providence, we spent most of our time scoping out the campus at Brown on a very cold Sunday afternoon. While we were in a building attempting to warm up, my Mom found information on the summer courses for pre-college students offered at Brown. Although there were a variety of different programs to choose from, the Summer@Brown program stood out to me.
As I conducted my telephone Career interview with Pharmacist Della Agquiz, it provided me with a better picture on how to achieve this career goal. Being that I was already a pharmacy technician I didn’t think that continuing my education in pharmacy to be difficult. However, speaking with Mrs. Agquiz she informed that from the beginning in undergraduate studying chemistry through graduate school it was all challenging. She mentioned that having a personal life aside from school could be difficult to maintain due to the demanding study schedule of pharmacy. Taking into consideration all the time school requires I asked Mrs. Agquiz what her motivation was to pursue becoming a Pharmacist. Her response was very humbling, she chose the Pharmacy
Jennifer is one of the most professional techs we have. Her attitude is always positive and she never complains about her job. She is very consistent in her work ethic, and her chart audits show that she takes pride in her job. She does right even when no one is looking. She can deflect issues with RNs easily, because her demeanor is so calm, cool and collected. I appreciate her ability to create such a calm atmosphere everywhere she goes!
My name I Rachelle Mason I live in Columbus, OH with my mom and grandparents. In the future I would love to have a career in interior designing and also a few minors in hair, cosmetology, bakery and a side career in event planning. In order to achieve these goals I plan the first finish my high school career a Pine Forge Academy. While Finishing a Pine Forge during the summer I plan to take to investigate which is the right college is for me and I also plan to take up summer courses for my career. I hope to find a mentor to help me learn the logistics.Once i have finished earning my degree i hope to start off with a company. Eventually I plan to open up my own business. In order for me to achieve my life goal i must first matriculate through
This semester has been a tough one but I feel like I have learned a lot about pharmacy over these past few months. I have had a lot of courses so far and in each one, I have been able to make connections to the practice of pharmacy. In this essay, I will reflect on some of things I learned in my courses and how they relate to my future career as a pharmacist. I will also identify areas where certain topics intersect in different courses.