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  • Executive RN Personal Statement

    My quest of becoming a student in this Executive RN Program and the possibility of earning my Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) has been a long journey. As a student in the Executive RN program, I am excited about the possibility of earning an advanced degree along with the career opportunities it may bring. With this program, I am concerned about being disconnected from my family to complete the necessary schoolwork and the financial burden it may bring to my family. In the year 2000, while in the military, my wife, and my fellow military colleagues ' encouraged me to go back to school in becoming a Registered Nurse (RN). Soon after graduating with an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing (ADN) in the Spring of 2003, I became more active in the military because of the increased demand for military duties due to the terrible events of 9/11 terror attack, thus putting my quest for the BSN on hold. Furthermore, in January 2004, soon after being hired at The Queen 's Medical Center (QMC), I was recalled to military duty for deployment to the Middle East in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After 21 months of deployment, I resumed my nursing job at the QMC. The military deployment placed our family in a financial burden, which took us several years to recover from; this again delayed my pursuit of the BSN degree. While recovering from our financial situation, the military, noting that I have a professional license in nursing, promoted me to an Army Nurse…

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  • My Motivation To Pursue A College Degree

    My Motivation: What motivates me the most to pursue a college degree is that I will be the first person in my family to receive one. My grandmother is the backbone behind this motivation because she was always making sure that academics came first in my life. There was rarely a day that I would come home and she would not ask me questions about my homework, asking what I learned in school, or even looked over my homework. As I got older, she made sure I was a part of a college prep program…

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  • Essay: I Want To Pursue A Clinical Science Degree

    Everyone has a dream in their childhood, some people achieve it and some other can’t achieve their goals and led their life through the way it is. When I was little, I wanted to be a Microbiologist. The college in our state didn’t offer the microbiology course; therefore, I chose zoology and got my bachelor degree. After completing my Bachelor degree and thinking of doing my Masters in Microbiology, I moved to US. After that I can 't pursue my degree due to my personal situation. When I…

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  • Summary: A Career In Accounting

    Cha-Ching! Cha-Ching! Cha-Ching! The world revolves around money. People have to have money to buy things, own a business, and run a business. Companies have to earn money in order to be able to run it while all other companies also have to have money. These companies should have people to help handle the money and know where the money is being used. The people they hire are called accountants and financial managers. Accountants and Financial managers have to have an education to learn about the…

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  • Charles Murray's Too Many People Are Going To College

    In Charles Murray’s “Too Many People Are Going to College” the author presents an argument that uses statistics and logic to state that some people simply do not need to go to college. All throughout high school, students are told by their guidance counselors and teachers that they should be going to college. Charles Murray states that college could even be detrimental for those who do not need it, but are pressured into it. Throughout the essay the author describes the advantages and…

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  • Healthcare Personal Statement Essay

    Healthcare overall has been one of my passions for as long as I can remember. I started out as a teenager in high school taking care of my grandmother on my father 's side. Soon after I had taken on many other clients, juggling long hours day to day, all the while trying to keep up my grades in school. A couple of years went by and I began to do PCW work for my mother 's parents. At that time I knew that I wanted to stay in the healthcare field for my profession, and I finally decided to further…

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  • Essay On Career Fairs

    Hien Le CIS 3380 Extra Credit (5 points) All- Majors Career Fairs On September 22, I had a chance to go to All- Majors Career Fairs and talked to a lot of representations/ employees from different companies. However, the most person that remained in my mind after the job fair is Professor Stephanie Krueger. She comes from Lone Star College in Houston. She is such a kind and warm person to talk to. The topic in our conversation was should student go get a job right after graduating or…

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  • Why Is College Worth Essay

    Regarding the Worth of College In this paper I will be arguing for why college is worth it. Worth in this context is going to be thought of in terms of quality of job, rid of debt at some point, and more options open to a person. The reason for questioning why college would not be worth it is as follows: As price of school increases and jobs are not promised many students such as myself wonder if going to college is worth it. A four year degree alone can rack up debt. I have found completing a…

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  • Personal Statement: My Academic Goals

    My personal goals are to get as healthy as I can; mind, body and soul. I want to lose a little weight, continue to learn about myself and my family, and be a kinder person all around. I would like to obtain my meditation and yoga teaching certifications within the next year. I have the daily goal of remaining focused and keeping things as organized as possible. My academic goals are to complete my bachelors degree in Human Services from Empire State College and my masters degree in Psychology.…

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