The major I will be pursuing in college is nursing because there are many different career avenues, I can choose from. As I’ve grown up, I have never been the person to sit in one place, but one that was very active. I have participated in sports throughout high school including field hockey and lacrosse. After college, I wish to work in a hospital, but after, I want to be a travel nurse. I want to assist the underprivileged and give them a better life. I also dreamed of being a military nurse because I want to protect the people who allowed me to come to this country and make it my home. My greatest inspiration of becoming a nurse is through my experiences as a younger child. When I was born, my grandmother had been in a nursing home because
From those goals, I chose to be a pediatric nurse. It is hard to make a decision on which way should I major in but it is important to follow our heart when we have to make a decision on anything we do. I chose pediatric nurse because I know that pediatric nurse is what I wanted to be, what I love to do, and what makes me happy. I know how much important it is and how much beneficial for everyone. I found myself to be a pediatric nurse as my career because the pediatric nurse gave a great beneficial for every human life, it brought us a good salary, and give us a connection with
Growing up my dream was to become a nurse because I have always loved to take care of people. I also just knew when I finally started my nursing career I could save the world, While in nursing school, I quickly learned
Growing up, I was never really sure what to tell people when they asked what I wanted to do when I was older. Over the years I flip-flopped between a laundry list of possible professions: veterinarian, nurse, EMT, cosmetologist, and many more short-lived dreams. As I grew and learned from my life experiences, I realized
I have 2 kids and with them I have learned how to deal with difficult situation and I know that being in the nursing field there will come difficult times were multitasking will become helpful. One of my counselors that I’ve been speaking to at CCU has had a lot of patients with waiting for me to reply and always sending me emails to keep me on track with my application. I like to create a great relationship between classmates and teachers and I got the first impression of this school I was going to be able to have that relationship. Last but not least I am a team player that works great with others and very open minded person ready to learn new theories and new ways. My greatest challenge in nursing would be that everyday there is something new that I would have to learn and try to keep up with all the updates that will go on. I love a challenge, and I don’t let any opportunity to go unclaimed. However everyday will be a challenge in pursuing nursing but it takes a certain person to become a nurse, with the right kind of feeling and complete desire to excel, I know that I am without hesitation that person. So I will accept any challenge that the nursing career has to offers
Growing up the main question a child is asked is, “What do you want to be when you grow up? “ , and most kids respond saying a doctor, lawyer, or a cop. In reality not everyone sticks to their first idea, and it’s slim that they actual start working in the chosen career. In my case, I have always wanted to work as a social worker or a therapist, but I realized it wasn’t in my budget. Therefore, I have decided; as well as, grew interest in being a dental assistant for a pediatric office.
Let’s start off by saying I knew it. I have learned, I am meant to be in the health field. I scored very high in the health area of the career questionnaire. I made a choice in my high school years, to pursue a career in the medical field. In 2013 I became a Certified Nursing Assistant, then in 2015 I started to work at Pocola Health and Rehab, and I love every moment that I am there. Nonetheless, I want to become a Registered Nurse. During my questionnaire, I learned that it is a very well paying career. That’s important, but in my heart, it is very awarding to help people. I strive to do better, for me and my family and that is my goal.
Universal College is the college I prefer to attend because: I am going to graduate with high grades to contribute to the college and make this university look good, I will accomplish nursing school , and also participate in cross country and track. Firstly, I will contribute by getting good grades of passing or higher. This will be possible because I have gotten at least a 3.5 GPA throughout high school and rarely get distracted away from school work. Getting my GPA to a 3.5 or higher should prove that I will contribute to the college and be a good fit for Universal College. In addition, I hope to obtain my master’s degree or a higher degree in the medical field for my major. The way I would accomplish this is by focusing on school work because
As a young Puerto Rican, I always wanted to be a nurse or a doctor. This is because I have always had a caring heart and I enjoyed to take care of everyone. My educational goal is to get a Doctorate degree in Nursing. Furthermore, to reach that goal I have to start working on my Associate Degree. Therefore, my first educational goal is to begin and complete my associate degree. My career Goal after graduation is working as an RN in the Sarah Todd Nursing Home; the nursing home which I currently work at as a CNA. Being a CNA allows me to reach out and help people. Continuing my education would increase the amount of care that I can provide.
I attend Fayetteville State University because of their Nursing Program which has improved of the years they have one of the Top Three Nursing Programs in North Carolina. I want to become a Nurse because I love helping and caring for people which I have did my whole life. Also, my mother inspired me to become a nurse because she wanted to finish school and be a register nurse but did not and I am going to show my mother I can finish college so I can become nurse. The type of nurse I want to be is a Register Nurse because the requirements, responsibility and income. With become a nurse I want to work in a hospital and care for all different types of patient no matter what the illness because I do not disgusted about blood or anything nurse have
As a student, I have always strived to do my best work. This determination also carries over into the rest of my life, including athletics, community service, and other extracurricular activities. I am currently a junior at POLYTECH High School and am a student in the Criminal Justice technical area. I am a member of the National Honor Society and our school-wide SkillsUSA chapter. Outside of school, I am a very active member of my church youth group and work often with the Knights of Columbus in community service efforts. I participate in shot put and discus with the school track team, and I also play volleyball. Through dedication and hard-work, I have managed to maintain high grades over the past three years of school and earn a rank of fourth in my class.
My Future Goal of Becoming a Registered Nurse From a very young age, I was fascinated by hospitals and everything that went on in them. I remember when I was little, visiting my Grandpa in the hospital and just being amazed by all the commotion in the halls, the beeps of the machines and the compassion my Grandpa’s nurse had while caring for him. It was then that I knew, I would become a nurse. 3 years ago, I had the privilege of attending the birth of my nephew.
Growing up my father taught me many life lessons; one that I will never forget was when he told me: “A man living in a house without light will never know where he is going or what he wants to do.” At the time I did not understand what that meant until one day he explained in to me. Without proper goals a person is just lost in darkness and unable to find their way in life. By working towards my goals, I feel that I am constantly growing as an individual and learning how to approach all sorts of situations that life throws at me. Recently, being a part of the EOF Nursing School Program at Rutgers University, I feel that I have just set the foundation to achieving my goals which include graduating with my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing alongside one day opening a home for the less fortunate in Guyana.
In life, one will always have to make important choices. One of the most vital decisions one must make in one’s entire life is choosing a career. For some people, choosing a career can be very difficult but for me it was the total opposite. Ever since I was a little girl, I have always felt the need to help everyone around me. My family members would always call on me to take care of them and I always took great pride in it. I always seized the opportunity to take special care of my pets when they were ill. I knew what my calling was even as a little girl and it was to become a doctor. Right now, however I am on the way to becoming a Registered Nurse (RN).
Through attending the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville, I could offer the school itself, my community, and my classmates so much through my determination and dedication to pursue my degree in nursing. It is my dream to someday for hard enough in school to become a registered nurse so that I can give back to everyone around me. There is nothing that I love more than helping people. By attending UACCB, I will be able to fulfill my dream in helping others and improving the health of our citizens.