I am a learned Liberian citizen with vast academic experience in nursing. I attended Howard community college where I attained my first AA degree in social science in 2017. Up until this point in time, client satisfaction regarding the provision of precise, articulate pieces of treatment has not only made nursing a hobby but also an identity. Sharing my skills with the world gives me a sense of belonging and a comfort that the knowledge passed on shall enlighten the human mind and save lives. The course of medicine never really did run smooth but be as it may, this work has taught me the pride of resilience, punctuality, and loyalty in bringing out the best of me. As of the medical nature, nursing gives me the ability to create a panorama of the most mundane activities in our universe.
Having been born in Liberia, I have tried my best to yield back to the community by working for hospice offering comfort and affirmation to those seeing their last days. I have a family with a son, and this gives me an opportunity not only to feel the urge whenever am doing my work but also enables me to put the much-needed perseverance to come up with a solution as a parent. My interest in Traditional BS Nursing program is brought by the fact that it provides a robust curriculum consisting of social and biomedical sciences besides clinical nursing and general university education, which provides nurses with a chance of gaining professional knowledge and skills required to undertake or instead partake a variety of nursing positions. Traditional BS Nursing program is, therefore, a pre-build up program enabling nurses to build on their professions before getting to the field. I am interested in this program because its capacity of giving nurses the opportunity to gain experience sets me up to hit the ground running in my journey to life-saving employment.
Working with hospice has exposed me to some of the experiences necessary for nurses and being that this program is all about setting you up for the job, I feel this program will not only enhance what I already have but also expose me to other robust sectors of medicine. Nursing is such an involving and critical work, which requires much of one’s attention and critical thinking. Efficient nurses as it may, do not only need the kindness and compassion that many believe in but they need some resilience, being organized, detail orientated besides excellent communication skills. Nursing requires many qualities in an individual for you to succeed in this artistic work, those mentioned above are just but the fundamental classes. Being in possession of the said qualities; resilience, organized, detail-oriented, compassionate and an excellent communicator, I feel am that person who is going to make a difference in any organization I will work in. I have dreams in the nursing sector, and my hopes only remain valid upon graduation from this program. My long-term goals upon graduation range from self-driven ideas to community development work. I have a goal of one day making the difference in my place of work, affecting the entire organization, making my colleagues feel the sense of the life of just that one person dying because he or she lacks medical attention. My mission is to one day be in a position where clients and the sick will understand the essence of commitment, feeling impressed despite the result of the treatment.