From a young age, I was brought up with the ideology that hard work and dedication are the corner stones of progress and success. I whole-heartedly still believe this.
From a young age I volunteered at my local nursing home. I would spend my summer days reading or playing games with the elderly residents, keeping them company when family visits seemed too seldom.
When I was old enough to obtain a job, I applied at the same nursing home as a Dietary Aide, and helped provide nutritious meals to the same residents that I had befriended years prior.
I left the medical field for a few years until the Covid-19 pandemic began to rampage across the world. I saw the toll the stress took on my mother and sister-in-law (who also work in the medical field), and I knew that I could direct my efforts to help in some way. Amid the chaos I obtained my Certified Nursing Assistant license and began picking up shifts left open by my coworkers that were either overwhelmed or affected by Covid-19.
I did this while working my other full-time job as an Administrative Assistant. It has been said that putting in these long hours is unsustainable, and that I will be worn out eventually.
I want to inform you now, without the intention of aggrandizing, that I do not believe that to be true. When I set my heart and mind on something, I see it through to the very end with every morsel of effort possible.
I aspire to walk on the campus of GMIT in the fall of 2021 and if given the opportunity I will strive every day to obtain my Bachelors in four years time.
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