Latinx and Caribbean Personal Statement in Nursing
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Personal Statement 1st Paragraph Sample, Nurse from Colombia
A 26-year-old woman from Colombia, I have spent most of the last three years in North America, living and working in Miami as well as traveling through Canada. In addition to the rich experiences that I have compiled along the way, my English is now fully blossomed to the point that I feel very confident that I can excel in your distinguished program at XXXX University. Your program is my first choice both because I feel that I am a good fit in terms of your curriculum and areas of special expertise in addition to your appreciation for the importance of diversity in mental health counseling. The single-strongest aspect of my application to your competitive program is probably my extensive volunteer experience working with children of scare resources coupled to my growing involvement with and great passion for animal-assisted education, (AAE).
Personal Statement Sample 1st Paragraph, Nurse Anesthesia, Black, Caribbean Woman, Speaks Japanese
Both of my parents are first-generation immigrants to the USA from Grenada. While born in America and a native-speaker of English quite similar to that of most people, I too am from Grenada in the eyes of those around me. A very hard-working nurse with several years of experience, I am pleased to see increasing diversity in nursing. When it comes to CRNAs, however, there is less diversity in our hospital as elsewhere. I hope to contribute to the diversity of my hospital’s nursing staff as a black Caribbean woman who is also a CRNA, a powerful symbol and example for other women from the Caribbean to follow. My appreciation for both Asian cultures and diversity in health care led me to begin studying Japanese; and I am now at a comfortable conversational level and making good progress setting the stage for lifetime improvement. I have used my Japanese in my hospital and this brings me special joy.