My motivation for helping others has numerous reasons behind it. Continually since childhood, I have known that someday I wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. I have perpetually been fascinated with hospitals, doctors, medicine, and the potential of what this field had to offer. I may have a different answer than most to the idea of why I have a desire to help others. I want to be able to show my patients the love and compassion that God pours out on me daily. I do not deserve anything He gives me, yet He still amazes me by His endless love. Even if someone does not necessarily deserve something, I still want to be the best nurse/healthcare provider I can be regardless the circumstance. More commonly than not, a vast majority of people pursue careers in the medical field for the purpose of obtaining the financial benefits that come along with it. There are absolutely rewards for the years of hard work and dedication people put into getting their degrees, but I want my motivation to be more than just a salary. My mom and aunt are two women I look up to immensely. E...
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...the possibility to get my Bible degree, experience campus and dorm life, but also the chance to obtain my nursing degree. Getting my degree this early on at Clarkson would be a huge step in life. I believe it would benefit me greatly to be educated and have a degree that will make a solid ground work for my career. I have heard amazing things about Clarkson’s programs and all that they offer. I believe that Clarkson will push me out of my comfort zone and guide me in the right direction for my education and career.
In conclusion, I am extremely excited to see where God takes me in this adventure I am about to embark on. While being aware of the hard trials that could occur in this process, I am prepared to embrace the good and the bad. Hopefully by applying to Clarkson, this will be the first step in becoming a successful nurse and resulting in a promising career.
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