As a certified nursing assistant, I have learned to work, work to live and live to do. Through-out my experience I have learned how to help others in the most efficient and effective ways possible, regardless of stress, as example; I have been able to find new techniques in calming patients when others can’t. It has been a great opportunity to provide a positive impact to the lives of residents and patients whom I serve and served, assuring their safety, comprehending them and providing advocacy and support, securing their rights as mentioned by Hipaa and becoming skillful in electronic medical records.
Foundation For His Ministry
At the age of 15, me and the Jahries family traveled abroad to Vicente Guerrero, Baja California to volunteer for two weeks. As a group we learned about poverty, orphaned children and mass evangelism. We made new friends who came abroad as well in-order to volunteer, through-out our mission we pulled weeds, worked in the ‘nut house’ (macadamia nut processing), babysat for the mothers of the house to have a night off. Each house had roughly around 12-18 children aged from 4-10 years of age.
As a child I grew up next to farms and at the age of 11, that is when I started helping around a farm near my home. I started first by helping around the garden, pulling weeds, watering and mowing the lawn. Later, the season changed and I worked in an animal-based agricultural farm, that is where I helped feed sheep, water livestock and move pipe for the fields to yield.