CNF Diversity Award
From a young age, I knew that I wanted to make a difference in the society. When I graduated from high school, I decided to pursue nursing. At the age of nineteen, I graduated with Licensed Practical Nurse diploma. After graduating from college, I started working as a LPN in nursing home. My experience of working at a nursing home for over five years nurtured my faculties and made me a beautiful person, and it also gave me right guidance and strength. Knowing that being a nurse can make a difference with only a slightest change is very satisfying and rewarding. Therefore, I wanted to proceed in becoming a Registered Nurse.
I recently completed a bridging program of Post LPN-RN program from Athabasca University. I am excited to become a RN, so I can continue to make contribution and differences in people lives. I love to help and care for others. Therefore, I feel lucky to be in this profession as it gives me opportunity to help people in need and to alleviate their sufferings. I feel so satisfied by being there for people in their worst scenarios and see them getting better. I love to learn and grow by imparting my conscientious effort and dedication in the nursing profession. I am honoured to receive the CNF award. This award will facilitate me in achieving my goals and helping in lifelong career in the medical profession.