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Latin American Applicants to Nursing School Personal Statement of Purpose  

Latin American Nurse Personal Statement Samples

XXXX University´s FNP Program has a reputation for rigorous academic education and opportunities to contribute to the support of research, preparing students to deliver care and promote health through patient education. I feel that XXXX is the best location to strengthen my leadership skills and receive a top-notch education centered on providing holistic care to patients throughout their life cycles. Becoming an FNP at XXXX will enable me to achieve the very highest standards of excellence in patient care. I am a Brazilian woman, and for a long time now, many Brazilians have been making the USA their home. I look forward to caring for their oral health care needs and practicing nursing in Portuguese and English. Read More

XXXX University’s School of Nurse Anesthesia is my first choice among DNP programs because of your program's sheer excellence and location, which will enable me to give my all to my studies with the full support of my family and professional network. Now turning 25, I came to America from Peru with my family at 4, just in time to make English my first language, alongside Spanish. I have spent the last ten years studying for and building a career in Nursing, and I could not be happier with my career choice. I hope to continue to advance due to being accepted to and completing your program at XXXX. Soon, I will have four years of experience as a registered nurse serving in an ICU. Entirely devoted to lifelong learning, I have worked enormously hard to take advantage of every opportunity presented to advance in nursing; I now hope to give my full attention to the study and practice of Nurse Anesthesia for many decades to come, based on the cutting-edge training that I wish to receive in your DNP-A Program. Read More

Now 35, I was born and raised in Cuba and came to Miami in 2001. A very dedicated and hardworking nurse who takes great pride in my ongoing, lifetime cultivation of compassion in Nursing, I seek advancement in my career. I could not be more pleased that there is a particular need for bilingual English/Spanish Family Nurse Practitioners since this is my calling. Read More

My immediate short-term goal is to be accepted to study for the DNP Degree in Nurse Anesthesia at XXXX University. XXU is my first choice for several reasons, most of all the sheer excellence of the program. The location is also essential since my home base is in XXXX. The experience of serving as a nurse at a university medical center has geared me toward a passion for research and nursing education. Lifelong education stands at the center of my professional goals. At some point in my career, I would also love to acquire the experience of teaching, at least on a volunteer basis, and precepting nursing students. I come from a diverse cultural background, half Puerto Rican, which helps me relate easily to populations from all backgrounds. I look forward to continuing to enhance my Spanish with a focus on the most critical vocabulary for medical emergencies. Read More

I was born to a fisherman in a small rural Cuban town who taught me the value of a true sense of humility and selfless caring for others. It was because of these two unique attributes of my father which came to define him, that inspired him to denounce human rights violations in revolutionary Cuba, for which he ultimately paid a very high price, imprisoned for years by the Communist regime, a prisoner of conscience suffering under brutally inhuman conditions, eventually forced to flee his country in search of freedom. Read More

A hard-working Latina nurse born and raised along the Rio Grande River a half-hour south of El Paso, Texas, I am fully bilingual, bicultural, and a very hard worker. I look to your distinguished MSN Program at the University of XXXX to guide me in becoming the most effective and compassionate Nurse Practitioner possible and how to make the most of my bilingual capacity and cultural sensitivity. I look for further direction, awareness, and the chance to cultivate and practice my nursing sensitivities at the service of the underserved in our community, both documented and undocumented residents who need medical attention. I have German, Spanish, Asian, Brazilian, and French roots and my family has lived on the outskirts of El Paso, Texas, for four generations, in the small border town of XXXX, right across the Rio Grande River from a small town in Mexico known as XXXX, 45 minutes from the closest central medical facility. I use my Spanish every day at my hospital. We help anyone who comes to us in need of assistance—from both sides of the border—so one hears almost as much Spanish as English in my hospital's corridors. Read More

A Cuban-American woman born and raised in XXXX. My city is the center of my world; thus, it is a natural choice for me to apply to the especially distinguished MSN Program at the University of XXXX. I hope to earn my Master’s Degree in Adult-Gerontology and Acute Care, preparing me for a lifetime of dedicated service as a Nurse Practitioner. Fully bilingual and bicultural, I enjoy nursing practice in both my languages, Spanish and English, and I am delighted that the need is great for bilingual Spanish/English nurses in America and beyond. As a nurse practitioner, I often daydream of going on medical missions to Latin America. I hope to do so for decades to come as Nurse Practitioner - always thinking globally while I treat one patient at a time. Read More

The University of XXXX is my first choice for earning my Masters's Degree in Nursing because of its sheer excellence, reflected in its high ranking and the variety of specializations you offer as part of your broad-based curriculum. I also have several close friends who graduated from your program and only had good things to say about the experience. Read More

My application to your distinguished Master’s in Nursing Program at the University of XXXX is inspired primarily by my job as an ER nurse at the XXXX Medical Center. I began serving here shortly after finishing my BSN Degree in May 2012. Before that time, I spent more than a year working as an ER Technician. I believe that I have gravitated almost automatically towards service in the area of Emergency Medicine because of my extensive military experience as Hospital Corpsman with the US Navy, to which I gave my all for 6.5 years, from June 2002 through December 8. Serving my country at home and abroad, I was especially pleased to provide medical care to service members and underprivileged people in the area where I was assigned. I hope to distinguish myself in your program as an excellent student and someone who is especially sensitive to and concerned with the needs of the medically underserved. Read More

Latin American Applicants to Nursing School
Latin American Applicants to Nursing School
Latin American Applicants to Nursing School
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