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A Haitian woman and a very dedicated and hardworking nurse, I am proud to be a native speaker and writer of Haitian Creole as well as English. Despite the fact that I was born and raised on Long Island, I am fully bicultural as well as bilingual. In some fundamental sense, Haiti is even more my home than New York City, and while I have not spent long periods of time their yet, I very much look forward to a professional lifetime of participation in medical missions to my land of origin for decades to come, where my language ability will have great value for coordinating efforts in public health. I am applying to study towards the DNP Degree in Nurse Anesthesia at XXXX College so as to have the opportunity to most fully realize my dreams as a nurse, for Haiti as well as for New York City.
I now have almost 3 years of experience as a nurse with all but the first 3 months in ICU and I will be completing my BSN Degree this coming December. I feel very strongly that I want to keep the momentum going and continue on to graduate school shortly after completing my undergraduate studies and I now have only 3 classes to go. I want to continue to make rapid advancement in my nursing career and I am applying to your particularly distinguished program in Nurse Anesthesia at the University of XXXX because it is by far the best program within driving distance of my home and place of work. Becoming a CRNA has been my dream for a long time now. This past year, my desire for advancement has grown incrementally as I have had the privilege of being assigned duties of increasing responsibility in ICU, working ever more closely with CRNAs, whose professionalism I admire and seek to emulate.
XXXX University is my first choice for graduate study because I am not only a devout Catholic but also a fervent admirer of the Jesuit tradition. I am convinced that the election of history’s first Jesuit pope will help us to usher in novel and creative advances from a Catholic perspective on the management of pain. A young American man, an activist with a keen interest in politics, first and foremost I seek to devote the balance of my life to the battle against ‘total pain’; researching the ways that pain always exists on multiple levels, physical, psychological, etc., and always within a social context. As a CRNA, I seek to honor the mission of University of XXXX by treating my patients and their families in the same way that UXX treats its students, caring for their “intellectual, spiritual, ethical, and social development” in a holistic manner.
The XXXX School of Nurse Anesthesia is my first choice among Nurse Anesthesia programs for several reasons, which I will outline in what follows. I immigrated to America shortly after finishing high school in my native Russia. First, I had to master English. Now, I dream in English and could not feel more comfortable using the language professionally. Most importantly, I have become a nurse and I feel strongly that I have now arrived at the right time to excel in graduate school, at 33 years old with 5 years of experience in the operating room.