How many of us are under 25? - page 4

Hi, I was just wondering how many people were under the age of 25. I guess it would be nice to know that others my age are going through this. Just write in and tell everyone a little about yourself... Read More

  1. by   Adelai
    Hi everyone!!

    I'm 23 and from Minnesota, married with no kids. I'm very new to the profession and will be starting my CNA classes next week! I'm not to sure how far I will go in Nursing, but hope to specialize...very interested in Neonatal, Oncology and S.A.N.E nursing...trying to stay open at this point! Itss good to see other people going through the same things I am and I hope to get to know you all some more!

    Addy
  2. by   AuntSissy
    I am 24, will be 25 in May. I am definatly in the minority in my class. I attend a community college, where I am in the LPN program. There are only two students younger than me, one is 20 and one is 22! Yikes! Everyone else is 25 up to 56 years old. Thats OK though. I work with the elderly, I work for a private home health care agency, and work anywhere from 40-60 hours a week. No kids, but I do have 2 beautiful neices and one devilishly handsome nephew! [Thus my name!] Not married either. I'm looking for a man who will suppport my decisions and not try to hold me back because of his own insecurities! [Just ended a bad relationship.]
    Good Luck to all you students out there!
  3. by   jewelsvu82
    I'm 19 and about to enter into my first year in the nursing program and hopefully fininsh with a BSN or MSN....

    ...haven't really decided. I'm just glad to have gotten in to a great nursing school

    oh, and this forum is a really great idea for future and present nurses!

    julie
  4. by   Unequaledbeauty
    Hello All

    My name is Covie and I am a 22 yr old single female with no kids or pets I will be beginning a BSN progrom May 13, 2002 (I AM A NERVOUS RECK )

    I am 6 credits away from receiving my BA in Gerontology. Once I earn my BSN I plan on attending graduate school to earn a Masters (either MSN or MPH) and eventually a Ph.D in Public Health (with an emphasis on Disease Research or Epidemiology)

    In my spare time I love to read, write poetry, dance, make arts & crafts, perform community service, study the bible, shop, & surf the net.

    ~Unequaledbeauty~
    Last edit by Unequaledbeauty on Apr 22, '02
  5. by   cappieo
    Hi everyone.
    I'm Shana... I am 23 y/o. I am in an ADN program in MA. I start my first clinical nursing class in the fall. This will be my second associates degree, in 2000 I received an AA in general studies while I was taking all the prereqs for the nursing program. I am so excited to start to learn actual nursing *stuff. I am fairly new here and it's nice to see there are other people in the same boat
  6. by   Tigger100S
    Hey everyone...I'm new to the board, just registered! I'm 19 and just completing my freshman year in a BSN program. Just thought I'd introduce myself. I'd love to talk to other nursing students my age in different schools to share experiences. Hope everyone is well!
    Sarah
  7. by   sanrionjb
    Hi! I'm new here as well and am anxious to get to know more of you, esp around my age. I'm 22 and will be starting nursing school in the fall.
  8. by   CIY629
    hi i am 23 will be 24 in june just graduated 4-27-2002 from an ADN program. I currently work in a nursing home but I will start my new job as a grad nurse on an oncology med floor. I have no children but I have a boyfriend (hopefully my husband in 1-2 more years)!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
  9. by   SERENAde
    Hey all,
    I am a pre nursing student who is hoping to make it into an ADN program in the fall. (keeping my fingers crossed) I am 23 and hope to go on to get my BSN and then my masters as a CRNA. it is such a long journey so I am taking it one step at a time and absorbing as much info as I possibly can. I have a boyfriend who is very supportive of me and hopefully will be my husband by the end of the year..good luck everyone...
    i love this message board....
    i trully feel like we are all in this together,
    seri
  10. by   klhunt
    Hi everyone. My name is Kristy and i am unfamiliar with this sort of thing so bare with me.

    I am currently in my second year - bachelor of nursing, at La Trobe uni in Bendigo - Victoria. I am 21 and still living at home with the olds, and my boyfriend.

    The reason i came to this site?? I am looking for some information for a law and ethics assignment i have to do. I have chosen a topic along the lines of medications, the process of administering them.

    Anyone think they could help me with some useful information or websites to visit??? It would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers
  11. by   Casey7
    Casey, 21. I am interested in geriatrics after I graduate, which is not until next December (2003) Good luck to all!
  12. by   Twomunchkins_99
    well I'm 24, married with children and am finally getting to start my dream of being a nurse, hopefully in L&D, actually I want to be a nurse practitioner. I actually start my nursing courses in August. Good Luck to everyone!
  13. by   dianthe1013
    Hey guys. I'm at the top end of the specified age range here - 25, will be 26 in October. I was just accepted to an ADN program, and will finish all my prereqs this summer and begin classes with labs and clinicals in the fall.

    I am two semesters short of a BS in forensic science. I may end up finishing that degree later, am not really sure yet. I have no children, just a spoiled brat of a cat. I am also engaged and plan on being married after graduation in May of 2004.

    Wow, that was just a mish-mash of random stuff about me. Let's see, what else...?

    A friend of mine graduated from a BSN program last year. We worked as pharmacy technicians together, and I helped her study for the NCLEX. During our study sessions, she pointed out that I seemed to have a knack for the material, and I've been pondering the possibility since.

    Health care is a field that has always interested me, and it seems like a much better way to help than by analyzing blood samples and carpet fibers. (Which, no matter what The Learning Channel says, is NOT glamorous. LOL) A couple of months ago, I decided to go for it.

    And I have rambled long enough. LOL

    Donna

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