It’s amazing how much I learn in the past two years at ASA College. It’s just so hard to believe that less than a week we will be done with my education. I must admit I will miss spending my time here. But most of all I will never forget how my experience as an Intern Medical Assistant with Cancer Patients. Making a difference in someone life just fascinates me, knowing that I have the power to help someone.
The obstacle is trying to keep my school on track to successfully completing my degree. I lost my job first of the year trying to find another job is very hard. And trying to keep up with bills with the little bit unemployment I do get it makes it very stressful to keep up with my school. Having time set aside to complete my assignments, before I lost my job it was little bit harder to do my homework since I lost my job makes it little easier having more time doing my assignments, but when I get another full-time job I would keep time setback for my homework. Completing my degree it helps me get more education and have more opportunities by having two degrees to get better income.
The bonds we create during the season last forever. Our friendships last a life time. We help each other and work hard, at the crack of dawn for 18 weeks just to put on a 10 minute show during half time at the Varsity Football team, but is not just about the show, its having the sense of you having a second family, a home away from home. Even though Marching band and music is my passion, I’m pursuing a future career in the medical
Requiring such services would be perfect if you truly care about your students and their future education and careers. It also has the opportunity to get them connected with people in their community of higher power, who could write them a recommendation letter in the future. In addition, students who work as volunteers gain an understanding of their self-worth. Teenagers who get volunteered with family businesses, helping the homeless, cleaning up the community or even farms have a sense of themselves as contributors. This sense of importance may get lost when parents do everything for their children.
I have picked the MHRT/C program as an academic goal because it is what I believe I have been called to do with my life. I always have been a caring person who loves helping others. With this program I feel that by achieving this career goal I will not only be able to help others in the same situation I was in but also I will also be helping myself as well to become a stronger person. Another reason I want to learn more on mental health is I have a 10-year-old son who has been diagnosed with some mental health issues. I feel with my schooling I would be able to understand my sons illness more which would allow me to provide him the help that he needs.
After continued talks with my mother the question changed from "what do you want to be," to "what is going to make you happy?" As I tried to answer that question I began to remember that original passion in my life. Throughout my other jobs I always continued reading about the new advancements in healthcare and it was here that I realized I had never really lost that passion. As a result I
WHY I WANT TO BE A NURSE The medical field has always been a childhood dream of mine. I find the human body fascinating. When I was young child I wanted to be a doctor. Then nursing became an alternative as I got older. Becoming a nurse will help me achieve my professional goal.
Youth Mentoring New programs have been developed in recent years in an attempt to keep children out of trouble and to help them lead more productive lives. One of these programs is youth mentoring. Youth mentoring programs connect youth with responsible adults willing to commit their time to expose the youth to a different way of life and they help reduce truancy, improve grades, and reduce youth crime. Families, schools, and neighborhoods have been the foundation of support for youth in the past, however, with the decline in funding to pubic systems as well as the absence of traditional families (two parent homes) the necessity has arisen for new programs to fill in the gaps (Tierney 2). Finding volunteers can be challenging but the benefits of mentoring have a positive impact on the life of the volunteer as well.
No matter what kind of call you get the point is to get them to the hospital as fast and as safe as you can. For me becoming an EMT is one of the best decisions I have ever made. It has opened me up from being very shy towards people. There is no room for being shy in EMS since you deal with people as a part of your job. When I first started I wanted to become a Paramedic, but not any more, My goal now is to become a Physicians Assistant(PA).
All American high school students should have to complete community service in order to graduate because people should always be involved in some type of community service, not only in high school, but in every stage of life. Some teenagers need help building their work ethic, and level of motivation towards work and helping others. Getting into the habit of volunteering for community service is hardly a negative aspect of a high school student's character. It would seem prudent that the students also receive appropriate recognition for their efforts as community service volunteers, so as to offset any possibility of them feeling taken for granted. The recognition could have to do with the students arriving on time to their place of service, along with their performance while carrying out their service, and how many hours of service they complete.