The program at Seattle Pacific University has been challenging in ways that I had not expected. Organizing my time at home with school assignments while working and fulfilling obligations to family, household, and finances has been somewhat of a struggle to balance. It is surprising how I can construct my day to accomplish a long list of obligations and still have moments to connect with family. I cherish the time I spend with family and realize how important family relationships can be in my life. My family has been exemplary in supporting my school efforts and encouraged my undertaking to obtain my bachelor degree.
General Education Integration
The general education requirements give anyone a broader background of knowledge. The studies have improved my communication by enhancing my writing competency, collaboration with colleagues, research capabilities, ability to analyze data, and critical thinking potential. The education that I have received has made me more comfortable with querying doctors and management on workplace standards and expectations. I recently questioned a process involving the radiology department and pre-operative services. This has lead to a revision of this practice and reinforced patient safety.
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... the field of nutrition health. My college of choice would be Bastyr University. Bastyr has both a master’s in nutrition and nursing. It should be an interesting mix and one that I believe is up and coming in medical health. Having the expertise to assist people with attaining health by changing their diet to resolve their diabetes or high blood pressure is exciting to me. The transition to this career is one that I look forward to being a part of changing the way society views food.
I am now at the forefront of my initial goal to attain my BSN. It has been an elongated process, but one that I am glad to have accomplished. I have grown during this education, strengthen my nursing proficiency and expanded my leadership skills. I plan to advance my career, knowledge and stay informed of new technologies and discoveries in medicine. Nursing is a
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- Good evening everyone. My name is Toyota Moko, and I am an international student from Japan. As the first-ever international student speaker on commencement, I am very honored to be here tonight to be given this opportunity to speak on behalf of the graduating class of the 2003. Born and grew up in Tokyo where speaking English was absolutely absent in my eighteen years of life, one day the life-changing experience came to me. When I was fifteen-years-old, the summer of 1998, I came to America for the very first time for the home stay program through my high school.... [tags: Graduation Speech, Commencement Address]
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