Bringing Philadelphia to Houston

10 things I am good at

  1. Reading
  2. Writing
  3. Studying
  4. Cleaning
  5. Organizing
  6. Being a daughter
  7. Listening to others
  8. Swimming
  9. Being a good friend
  10. Cooking dinner

10 groups I identify myself with

  1. Student
  2. Daughter
  3. Persian
  4. Former gymnastics teacher
  5. Oldest child
  6. LSC-Kingwood
  7. Undergraduate
  8. Employee
  9. Coffee drinker
  10. Future Nurse


As far back as I can remember I’ve always enjoyed helping others.  In elementary school I would give up my entire recess in order to tutor kindergartners.  Throughout middle school and all of high school I tutored fellow classmates in chemistry, biology, and botany.  I knew that when it came time to choose a profession, Nursing would be the perfect fit.  Helping individuals recover from a serious injury, disease, or giving a person a better quality of life is something I am inexplicably drawn towards.  I hope that in the near future I am able to make my lifelong dream a reality.  I plan on being a pediatric nurse in the next two years, and help infants, children, and adolescents throughout Texas.  When I was an infant I spent months in the neonatal intensive care unit; often referred to as the NICU, as the result of a hospital error.  Infants, children, and young adults often require the most attention, and I feel as though I am the one to give it to them.

About katelyne

Currently studying to be an RN.
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