I expect to learn more about working ethics, how to care for patients as a Registered Nurse (RN) and the elements that entails this, and how to recognize the various illnesses that I may have to encounter. Upon graduation I want to work as a Labor and Delivery RN or a Pediatrics RN. I will pursue my career as a healthcare giver by becoming a physician specializing as OB-GYN or a Pediatrician. I want to contribute by bringing healthy newborns into this world, helping them prevent illnesses, and maintaining their health in good conditions. I worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for a year in a Hospice, helping the elderly. This experience helped me respect and care for them in a loving way. I felt satisfaction in making someone smile, feel safe, and feel better about their health condition (cancer, Alzheimer´s, bed sores, broken bones, birth or death). I performed my clinical work to receive my LPN degree at the Hospice. I volunteered there for two weeks and consequently I was offered the position for floor LPN. I have also volunteered for the Red Cross Mobile Bus Blood Drive. I worked as a phlebotomist for five years for a company that made collections for the Lab Corp. I am certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) from Atlanta Safety. That was when I decided to further my career and become a Registered Nurse. I have a passion for helping others. My interest in graduate nursing education is to learn from faculty members, who are experts in the field.