My son Kaleb was born May 24 2008, and from that moment on I wanted to give him everything he deserves. I tried to go back to college right after my son was born, but I had no idea what I wanted to do for my future and taking care of Kaleb wasn't cheap. I was constantly working to pay for the expenses of Kaleb, while paying for the rest of the expenses I had. Finally four years later, I made the best decision I could for my family and that was going back to school. One of the many reasons why I came back was that I did not was to continue being in a factory the rest of my life.
Capitan Mark Kelly Ever since I was a young girl I have always had great dreams and high expectations for myself. Anytime I was asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I would quickly reply” a lawyer” As the years went by I still had that goal in mind, but I began to realize that I was not exactly Ivy League material. Though I did work really hard in my classes, I was still at best average. During my junior year I took my SAT’s, and cried when I got my scores back. For many years I was scared to go to college because I thought I wasn’t college material.
I view myself as a very honest, strong and sensible person when it comes to both at work everyday life and academic environments. Which I learned this behavior from my parents in my younger childhood days. I was always taught this saying, “Treat others the way you expect to be treated.” So senses then I have always treated others equally. My ethical I have gained through my life experiences I will include my personal behaviors, respect, commitment, accountability, values, and caring into every aspect in life. I will always conduct myself at a point of mortality and ethics as it is measured by code of conduct both at work and in everyday life, and how I will conduct myself in a professional manner to be supportive with co-workers and fellow students while in school.
I made every attempt to try and postpone until the end of the semester but I was having reoccurring cysts on my ovary which had me in the hospital several times prior to my procedure. My procedure required 6 weeks of recovery time. I made arrangements for me to try a complete
The Choice 1 Amy Wooldridge ENG 121 Dr. Ashley Berger May 18, 2009 The Choice 2 In life there are always ups and downs, but with an economy that is so uncertain people are doing whatever they need to do to beat the uncertainties. I have chosen to go back to school. There are reasons for my choice and sacrifices that I will have to overcome.Time management will play a key factor in my success. The benefits that my family and I will gain are truly the real reason for me going back to school. I have chosen to go back to school, because before I got on the Mommy track I was in the healthcare field.
The office of student development is supportive, caring, and full of energy. Because of them I have decided to go into the field of Student Affairs. The office of student development has an extremely unique staff that I would have no idea what I would do without any of them. The first person I met in student development was frank, he automatically become a role model to me. frank is the one who helped me decide to get involved into the school because of how supportive he was.
I will proudly wear my ‘Firebird Pride’ into college next year, along with all of the redeeming qualities I have learned from all of my experiences. I would not trade my high school experience for any other school because Kettering has presented infinite opportunities for me to grow as a person, an athlete, and a member of the
My Battle With PTSD In September 2010 I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. At he time of my diagnosis I had no idea what that meant, or what it was doing to me and even more so, what I had to do to get rid of it. Where did I come from? Am I going to be able to function normally? I had so many questions, and over a year of therapy I had found answers.
She lives by many great life quotes. These quotes have played a major role in making me who I am today and continue to have a notable influence in my life. One of the quotes is " Be the star of your own life." I began hearing this quote when I was very young. It's what taught me to be independent and to follow my dreams.
My mother has been a nurse for many years; vividly observing her work made me realize that I wanted to pursue something similar. Although my mom played a great role in the realization of my dreams, my grandfather is the one who most significantly impacted my decision to choose nursing as my focus. By the time I was in high school, I was in California and my grandfather was diagnosed with cancer. I was told that he was alone most of the time in the hospital, because the rest of the family was working and could not visit. I decided to miss a week of school and flew to New York to take care of him.