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Copy of My Personal Narrative Abstract

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Valeriya Voloshyna

on 13 July 2013

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After completing the procedure I have learned a number of different things. I learned that as a person I always strive for the best for me and always looks into the future and what my plans are going to be. I know from this and prior experiences that I have a good head on my shoulder and that I have my mind set on the right paths for my interests, skills and abilities. I have also learned that in order to achieve the goals that I have set out for myself I am going to have to work hard and be dedicated to reaching my goal. I have used this in helping me create my Individual Pathway Plan to help me map out how I am going to reach my dream career of being a veterinarian. As well, I have learned that my goals will not occur in a straight line and I will encounter road blocks. Although I believe with my resiliency and support from my loved ones I will be able to overcome those road blocks and eventually achieve a goal that I could be successful and love.
I decided that I wanted to be a veterinarian from a very young age. Ever since I was a kid and still to this day I have loved animals and said I wanted to be a vet. I have researched a career as a veterinarian many times and what educational requirements I would need. From my research I know that I want to go to the University of Guelph. My learning skills and habits have helped guide my research; I am able to use my independence, initiative and organization to effectively research a career as a veterinarian to further educate myself about the career. Some self-assessments that I took to determine my career goals are a number of different career quizzes and quizzes regarding my strength and abilities. My strengths in academics have helped me use my skills in researching to research a career as a veterinarians and the requirement I need to succeed. My level of resiliency allows me to overcome bumps in the road that I may face. For example, if I was not accepted into Guelph University I use my resiliency to come up with another plan like go to Seneca College and earn more credits and experience in a veterinary field. My interests have also helped me determine my pathway plans because my interest in animals have lead to my to research a career in which I would be working with animals on a daily basis. To find out more about myself and my future aspirations I took multiple quizzes on career cruising as well I work at a veterinary clinic to experience the every day life of a veterinarian and to see if it is actually the job I would be willing to pursue. As well, I want to figure out if I want to be a vet while it is still easy for me to change my mind.
Motivation/problem Statement
What do I want to do after high-school? What are my education and/or career goals and how will I achieve them? Why do I want to achieve these particular goals?
After high-school I want to do a two year Bachelor of Science at either the University of Guelph or the University of Ottawa. Then apply for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at the University of Guelph; which is the best school in Canada for Veterinary Medicine. After this four year program I hope to be able to open up my own veterinary clinic. My educational goals are to continue to exceed in my courses to optimize my opportunities if the time comes when I may want to switch career paths. I will achieve this goal by continuing to put in the time and effort for each of my assignments and tests in order to receive the best mark I possibly can. My career goal is to eventually own and operate my own veterinary clinic so that I can be my own boss, and have control of a job that I love doing and would love to do everyday. I can achieve this goal by staying focused and striving to reach the goal I have set for myself. I want to achieve these particular goals because I want to be a successful person, doing something that I love to do. I think a successful job is not only being able to afford luxuries and having a good lifestyle but having a job where I don't even feel like I am working because I love it that much.
By: Elanna Azulay
My Personal Narrative Abstract
How did I decide on what I wanted to do and where I wanted to go? How did my Learning Skills and Work Habits guide my research? What self-assessments did I use to determine what career goals were best for me? How did my strengths, level of resiliency, and interests determine my pathway choices? What did I actually do to find out more about myself, as well as my future aspirations?
As a result of completely the procedure, what did I learn about my self and how did I use this to guide me in creating my Individual Pathway Plan (IPP)
Ultimately, what are the results of my findings, in relation to the problem statement in Step 1?

In relation to the problem statement in Step 1, I know from my finding that I hope to pursue a career as a veterinarian. I want to do this by completing my Bachelor of Science and then my Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Guelph. I know through my skills, abilities,
experience, etc. I will be able to succeed and achieve a career that
I am happy with despite the roadblocks that I may face along
the way.
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