I do plan to renew my CNA license, then go to school to become an RN, and lastly, finishing my education/residency, so that I can say I finally accomplished every goal I set, and I made my own dreams a reality! I genuinely cannot imagine myself just going through the motions of life- I want to live! I know that I have a purpose in this world, and I can say wholeheartedly that I believe my purpose is being able to make an impact on the ones who need the most support and love.
Working for Mercy has always been a goal for myself, because I have grown up in the Ardmore hospital. I have been treated by a multitude of nurses and specialists, and I cannot see myself genuinely happy doing anything other than nursing.
In conclusion, I haven't always been first choice for a position in such a prestigious and upcoming workplace. With that being said, I do believe that a career with Mercy will boost my potential upcoming career opportunities, potentially it may help to guide myself along and learn something new from each experience, lastly, I trust that this job will continue to make me uncomfortable, therefore pushing me to better myself until I am my own very best. Also, I will always work hard and do everything to the very best of my ability. I truly hope that I have made an impression on you, and I look forward to hearing back soon, and fingers crossed that we are on our way to a super promising career!
I have worked in a variety of different situations, and I feel I am very quick with my decisions, as well as my ability to work quickly yet still keeping an efficient pace during the work day.
I have plenty of customer service experience, I work well under time constraints, and I can keep calm and focused throughout a chaotic atmosphere.
This was my first and only warehouse/distribution job. I labeled boxes of merchandise to be placed onto the conveyor, so the belt could take the box to the appropriate trailer, where it is loaded and prepared for shipping.
Although the residents, staff, and equipment are all very different, I did do a lot of the same activities here, just as I had when I was working in Texas. Each resident required a certain amount of help, as well as a daily reminder of activities to be done. I provided numerous hours of patient care, along with several charts that were to be filled out according to how the resident felt that day, to the activities that were assigned to me, and everything else that took place during those times. Listed below are a couple of skills/ care I have performed regularly.
This was my final job as a certified nursing assistant. I did not chose to let my license expire, I did, however, take a detour in my career path, as well as the way I decided to live life. I lost sight of my goals, and sooner rather than later I had found myself at the lowest and most destructive point in my life.
I continued using drugs, I could never keep a job, much less try and get myself help to get sober. Finally, I made it to rehab, and I spent just over seven months finding myself and after determining my career goals, I left rehab and once I returned home and tried to reapply for my previous job, I noticed that my CNA license had just expired. I plan to attend school this upcoming spring, and I am going for my RN.
I went to SOTC and got my nursing assistant license, and it is by far the most rewarding job I ever had! I loved being able to help those who cannot help themselves. I have helped with feedings, baths, getting dressed, as well as assisting with several daily activities- I have a few listed below.
National Honors Society.
Gifted and Talented Program.
Nursing Program at SOTC.
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