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    new school he has to choose a concertation for his electives; he picked T.V., Film, and Radio. Maybe he is related to his sisters after all. He worked hard to earn a starting position on his new football team and he found out how serious southern people are about their high school football teams. By the way, Wyatt’s football team has already started training for next fall! Cheyenne is a senior at Bemidji State University. She will graduate next December—with two majors and a minor, two years early. She is looking at several graduate schools, but I believe the University of Minnesota is still the favorite finalist. She is pursuing two Ph.D.’s in English and Writing and wants to become a college professor at a University. She is currently a paid tutor at the BSU Writing Resource Center. She stays busy with her Honors Program thesis project and as a member of the BSU Phoenix. Cheyenne stays in Bemidji during the summer months and works as a residence advisor for student housing; she was recently promoted to A.R.H.D. (Assistant Residential Hall Director) for next summer. She loves Bemidji, and it’s safe to say she may return to the frozen tundra after graduate school. As for me, I am semi-retired…or that’s what I call it. I am skilled in two areas; unfortunately, both areas of expertise receive horrible compensation in the Land of Dixie. Additionally, I want some flexibility to go north if the girls need me. So, I have decided to start my own business and do a bit of…

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    420 potential employees. However, when assisting clients ethical issues may appear in the way they handle their problems. Within this career, being efficient and having humility is an enormous way to avoid problems with ethics. Agency & Representative Background The Workforce Impact Center works to help those who are struggling with employment. They focus on a training aspect and self-sufficiency. Brian Ophus, the supervisor, attended Bemidji State University and…

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    Patient-centered holistic care has always been the largest aspect of healthcare I wanted to be the foundation of my career. I was accepted to the Bemidji State University Nursing Program with the excitement of learning nursing skills and tools to develop nurse-patient relationships. Bemidji State University introduced to me several areas of patient-centered holistic care including, “mind-body-spirit-emotion-environment” (Klebanoff and Hess, 2013) and it motivated the need to continue educating…

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    Bemidji, Minnesota is surrounded by 4 tribes, which makes it not uncommon to see Native Americans accessing health care or providing care to them in nursing homes around Bemidji. In the nursing home many Native Americans are opt to receive the best care under their cultural preferences. Throughout this paper, the traditional Native American’s culture and rituals about death and dying are described, to enable us nurses to provide culturally sensitive care to the individuals that live near…

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    by car, but a accident at a curve in the road called Dead Man’s curve stopped traffic. Citizens had to run but they could not outrun the fire. Many people saved themselves by going into body’s of water or open fields but many died from suffocation. The Moose Lake fire consumed over 400 miles and was responsible for over half of the deaths from all the fires. “Cloquet, Duluth, and Moose Lake Fires, 1918. “MNopedia” One survival story was that of Miss Margaret McGee of Bemidji Minnesota. She was…

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    I met Andrea Seaberg two years ago when she was a senior at Detroit Lakes High School. She had been placed to work with me (a second grade teacher) from her School-To-Work advisor after she had told her that she was interested in becoming a teacher someday. Andrea and I hit it off immediately. She had the same love and energy that I feel I have as an educator. Needless to say, when she asked me to be her mentor throughout her schooling at Bemidji State University, I was thrilled. We met on a…

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    Having lived in a country of over a billion, I pride myself on my adaptability. We moved twice in the past four years and that required adapting to a whole new environment quickly. This was challenging. Our first move was international, the second within Minnesota. The first time I moved, I had never set foot on US soil. The idea of going to a new school, making new friends, and getting used to a new culture overwhelmed me. I pride myself on my social skills which helped me get accustomed to…

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    The barrier remains to find preceptors and providers willing to work in underserved populations and gain valuable experience working with marginalized populations. In Bemidji Minnesota, the CNS or DNP as the preceptor for underserved populations remains a plausible focus. This will require the National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists (NACNS) to champion the role of the CNS in credentialing bodies, DNP schools of nursing to create curriculum changes to include 75 hours of clinical…

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    This defines my Dad. Choosing a college was really difficult for me. I had a hard time choosing what I wanted, my Mom wanted me to play tennis, and my cousins wanted me in Fargo. My Dad did go to Bemidji way back when, so underneath I knew he wanted me at BSU. He had the biggest influence on me because he kept telling me “when the time is right, you’ll know your decision and what you want.” He put full faith in where I’ll go in life and supported me through every step. Through this my Dad and I…

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    However, it also brings tension and racism along with it. We all come from many different cultures, some being pretty similar and some being completely different. Sense we come from different cultures and races we all believe in different ideas and beliefs. For example, the Native Americans have a very different culture than some one who was born in Bemidji, Minnesota. There is a huge tension between some of the Native Americans and Caucasians people throughout Minnesota and the United States…

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