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Running head: personal and professional goals

Personal and Professional Goals


Ashley Kavumkal
University of South Florida

personal and professional goals

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Personal and Professional Goals

As a person who was born and brought up in India, I was taught by my parents to set
goals and to aim higher as I progress through life. I strongly believe that setting goals is what
motivated me throughout life to move forward and aim higher. In fact, achieving those goals is
what helped me gain self-confidence and it play a huge role in developing my personality.
Graduating from college with a Bachelor degree in nursing and obtaining the RN license by
passing NCLEX is one of my short term goals as education in my culture is valued greatly.
Achieving a job as a Registered Nurse is another short term goal as this is a profession that I was
passionate about since childhood, especially because my mother is a nurse. A long term goal will
be broadening my field of experience as a nurse by working in different fields such as
Medical/surgical, Emergency, ICU, NICU, pediatrics etc. Another long term goal I have is to
continue my education by attaining a Masters degree in nursing because I want to expand my
knowledge and use it for the well-being of the society.
Short term goals

As a nursing student I will successfully complete my Bachelor of Science degree


in Nursing in May 2016 by meeting all the program requirements and will attain

the RN license by passing the NCLEX within 2 months of graduation.


I will attain a job as a Registered Nurse in Florida within 6 months of my
graduation by applying for all possible RN positions available in the hospitals in
Florida.

Long term goals


I will continue my education as a nurse by attaining a Masters degree in Nursing
within the first 3 years of my career as a registered nurse.

personal and professional goals

I will expand my field of experience by working in different fields of nursing such


as Medical/surgical, Emergency, ICU, NICU, Pediatrics etc. within 10 years of
my career as a registered nurse.