Jenny Graves: The only thing that I would change really is doing more everyday with each child. I know there is only so much you can do, but I feel that there is always room for more. You can never learn enough in your life time. Cynthia Moore: What do you like most about your job? Jenny Graves: I love being able to help the younger generations learn and to guide them to be the very best they can be in life.
My parents really believed in shaping me into a good person when i was younger. When i was younger my parents would always scold me if I was thinking about the negative side of the situation instead of the positive side. This belief is "core" for me because it will take you places you have never thought
I am a natural leader of people. When in doubt, I will not hesitate to get advice because failure is not an option to me. Some of the challenges that I will be faced with will be how to juggle a full time job, family and schooling. The reason for going back to school is not only to further my education for future work but also to be more proficient in assisting my children with their schoolwork. Technology has progressed to a point where I feel that I need do something to help me keep pace with the changing world.
As I begin this journey to finally complete my BSN, I definitely find that I am already looking forward to being done. I know this is going to be a difficult and busy year ahead, but I look forward to the rewards of a greater flexibility inherent in having a BSN. My managers have been encouraging me to take on more and more responsibilities at work, and grooming me for a management role. Completing this program will prepare me for this role, and I welcome the experience and knowledge I will gain. My greatest fear is not being able to keep up with everything in my life, and that my perfectionistic tendencies will slow me down from completing the work in the time I have.
Throughout my life I have had many ethical dilemmas I have had to encounter with, however, some easier than others. One of the worst one’s I have come to encounter with was at the age of thirteen. Not being taken care of as a child was hard, but I knew it was for understandable reasons, yet I was always taken care of people who have loved me, and that I do appreciate. I was always taken care of in Rosemead, and in one of the worst parts of it. There were always gun shots here and there, theft, and rape.
Today there are coping mechanisms and education that can help get a victim through a crisis and in the future there will be more advanced training because we learn from mistakes or things that have worked in the past may work in the future as well but there will always be changes and continued training for those who specialize in these areas. When thinking of crisis intervention there are various ways that it can assist in helping, there will always be a crisis somewhere that will need a Human service worker. Whether it be a person who has become a victim of a crime or a devastating natural disaster the need will always be there and continuing to educate and find new ways to help those in need cope and deal with their feelings and fears is the only way to keep up with the changes in the world. How is Crisis Intervention Different Now than in the Past In the past the education was not as advanced as it is today and the way that
Diversity may play a role when conflict occurs. Conflict is inevitable but if an individual knows how to handle or lesson the amount of conflict that occurs in our workplace and in school, this will lesson conflict. The reason this would lesson conflict in the future is because if an individual is aware of a conflict starting or if there may be a conflict brewing, as long as that individual confronts the issue immediately and not
I could have taken a year off from school if I wanted, but I took the challenge of gaining many new responsibilities, which help me grow as an adult each day. I have met many new people coming into this school more than I ever thought I would. My teachers are very diverse, and it is a lot of hard work adapting to different teaching habits. One person I can really say that has helped me through all these different obstacles would have to be my friend Maranda. Yes, we have known each other before attending college but this transitioning stage in life has really opened my eyes to my own reality.
Starting my first job as a cashier can be a scary experience.One of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do was communicate with the public.I was always afraid of my own voice, but I recognized communication was an important skill I should learn.I also thought that it would be a valuable change and help me become heavily free to communicating with the public.What I didn't realize was that communication can build confidence and open many door to careers. New situations always make me a bit concerned ,and my first job as a cashier was no exception. After counting my till, I stood safely at the bottom of the stock room stairs waiting for my coach to come down. A few minutes later my coach came over. She smiled and introduced herself, and the two of us walked to the front of the store where the cash registers are located.
3 Key Events That Defined My Life When I was growing up, I never really understood how my past would define my future. I’ve been through a lot of things good and bad that made me a better person. Growing up I had to learn that it’s not about pleasing others but, pleasing yourself. So, I stared doing things that I knew wasn’t right. I wanted to whatever I wanted to do to fit in.