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- January 9, 2023 at 7:33 pm #14269Laura AllenParticipant
My name is Laura and I am new LPN student. I am 36 years old and currently work as a Med Tech in Rochester, NH. I started my career in nursing in 2007 shortly after my daughter was born. I also have a 13 year old son, as well as 15 and 6 year old stepdaughters. I was able to apply for this program with a partial scholarship through my employer and I am thrilled to finally be able to pursue my dream of becoming a nurse and advancing my nursing career. I hope to someday specialize in wound care. I live in Farmington with my boyfriend Joshua and our three girls, our Chessador, three cats and six ducks. My hobbies include studying true crime, the paranormal, anything to do with dinosaurs and Star Wars, cryptids, medical oddities, and off roading/overlanding. My only experience with writing would include stories I used to write with my friends up until high school. I hope to improve on my grammar use and paragraph building in this course.January 9, 2023 at 7:51 pm #14274Jenny DuclosParticipant
hi laura! first of all good luck in your new adventures! i also have been a lna for quite sometime i got my license in 2005 and finally have decided as well to further my career going to LPN school. its exciting and scary but im so happy to have made the step i needed too! good luck!!January 10, 2023 at 10:48 am #14282Kasey RobinsonParticipant
Hi my name is Kasey. I am an LNA at LPD. I got my LNA license in 2019 and am finally able to go back to school. After my LPN I plan to bridge for my RN and then travel. My family consist if of myself, my husband, my sons cat and can’t forget about Tank my English Bulldog. I honestly don’t really have any experience with writing at all. I’m very happy to finally be able to further my career as well.January 31, 2023 at 6:51 pm #14714Crystal JonesParticipant
Hi Laura, I just got my LNA license just for this program back in August. I currently work as a phlebotomist and really enjoy that. I had my MA license back in 2010 but got severely injured and now I am starting over as I have gotten to the point I can physically do this job. Good Luck on your adventure!
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