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A young Asian-American, Indian woman, now 23, I feel strongly that I have the level of maturity that is appropriate to pursue my highest dreams, to become a professional nurse. I fell in love with XXXX University many years ago on a visit; at once struck with awe and profound curiosity. I deeply respect the mission of the university with its dedication to the celebration of diversity and the promotion of global community.
I also appreciate the partnership with XXXX Medical Center and other state-of-the-art health care facilities making for a rich variety of outstanding clinical experiences, and indeed a global laboratory. I also hope to be admitted to XXXX College of Nursing at XXXX University because it is located in the heart of Greenwich Village, a most exciting urban campus that provides a vast array of academic, cultural, and social resources along with a warm sense of community.
I hope to begin studying this coming January of 2008, since I have successfully completed prerequisite courses in nutrition, chemistry, statistics, anatomy and physiology, microbiology, and developmental psychology and I hope to complete the program in 15 months of full time study since I already have two bachelor’s degrees and more than 20 credits in the sciences and prerequisite requirements. I have a B.S. in Exercise Science complemented by a B.A. in Psychology, both from XXXX University. I am especially looking forward to studying all aspects of nursing theory and practice and would like to some day attain my MSN. First, however, it is my sincere and profound hope to achieve a B.S. in Nursing at XXXX. I hope to have a long and highly productive career as a Nurse Practitioner with a special focus on family nursing. I have chosen nursing as my profession because it is what I most enjoy, helping others on a personal level to overcome their illnesses and to return to active, rewarding lives.
I have had to deal with many deaths and illnesses throughout my life. My father passed away when I was very young, and my brother and I were both diagnosed with chronic asthma at a very earlier age. My grandmother has type 2 diabetes, my mother has Osteoarthritis, and my uncle has been diagnosed with kidney cancer. As a result, I have been heavily impressed since very early on with the enormous power of health care to provide hope for those struggling to respond successfully to potentially life threatening illnesses.
I read, write, and speak English fluently since I was raised here in the U.S. and I also speak Gujarati as my mother language. My professional and volunteer experiences have also helped to prepare me for nursing school since I have done a great deal of volunteer work. In high school I was part of the Key Club and took part in many programs to help the surrounding community, and I did volunteer work at Princeton Medical Center. In college, I shadowed physicians and learned a lot about OR/ER and this further strengthened my dedication to a nursing career. In my last semester, I volunteered in the Cardiac Rehab Department, working with several nurses on that floor and the more I observed them and spoke with them, the more fascinated I became with nursing. When I walked into the OR for the first time, my heart started beating so fast I could hear my pulse in my ears and my eyes opened so wide. I love being there in that moment knowing that you are part of a team that is saving someone's life. It is the greatest possible thrill that I can imagine. Since January of 2005, I have been working as a medical technician at XXXX Pediatrics in Somerset, NJ.
I feel that I am a strong applicant to your program because I have a lot of relevant experience for my age and a profound passion for nursing. I love nursing because I am someone who lives to be of service, direct, hands on caring is my first joy, and it provides me with strength, contentment, and the human dignity necessary to struggle every day to improve my caring skills. The greatest contribution that I might be able to make to society would be to fight every day to save lives. I love the hospital working environment and I want to be right there with my patients walking with them on the path to their recovery. I thank you for consideration of my application.