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Meet Tatiana

Meet Tatiana

Taking care of others and helping people is something I've always been passionate about. However, it was a particular life event that determined that I really wanted to be a nurse. My grandmother developed stage II breast cancer when I was 10 years old, and the compassionate care her nurse provided inspired me to become a nurse myself.

After graduating, I plan to work as a nurse in labor and delivery or the neonatal intensive care unit. After gaining experience in these areas of nursing, I plan on attending graduate school. Alverno has a neonatal practitioner graduate program that I'm interested in pursuing. After completing this program I plan on working as a neonatal practitioner within the state of Wisconsin.

Alverno has helped me grow in many ways. I have learned that things can be accomplished when you put forth the work and remain dedicated. I also learned the importance of working with others. I have learned to step outside my comfort zone and take on new tasks. During my time at Alverno, I have developed great relationships with my instructors and I feel comfortable reaching out to them for help at any time. Learning is a more positive experience when you know that you have a support system.

I'm a part of the Doherty Scholar's program so I've had the opportunity to attend different events and lectures. I've also had the opportunity to participate in clinical experiences at Clement Manor, Froedtert Hospital and Advocate Aurora in Kenosha, and I'm employed at St. Luke's as an emergency service technician.

Receiving a scholarship has given me the opportunity to pursue my nursing degree so that I'm able to make a difference in the world. I would like to thank you for supporting my education and helping me pursue the career I'm most passionate about.

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