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finally, some biochem notes 😂 is it bad that i miss ochem? one year ago today i was studying resonance and LOVED it.
i’m feeling unmotivated to make a solid caption so all i’m gonna say is that i hope you all have an amazing day! drop a comment and let me know one thing you’re grateful for, even and especially if your day is rough already.
for me, i’m thankful for the network of strong women i’ve gotten through the panhellenic network at my school. it’s currently Sorority Appreciation Week at my school which is so sweet 🥺 it’s really cool to see people notice how involved we are across campus / town. we all volunteer and support local organizations and make up the majority of those who volunteer to work camps and orientation :) also, you can get to my study playlist through the link in my bio :) ...
i have so many people DM me asking about my jobs and how they’ve impacted my undergraduate career. i’ve also come to discover that SO MANY undergraduates don’t think that getting a job in their field in undergrad is important or even doable. so, why is working in your desired field before you graduate so important?
future employers will almost ALWAYS pref experience over just training. your experience can be worth so much more than a few letters behind your name or a piece of paper. while some careers require certification or a degree, it’s still very helpful to get as close as you can. for example, i LOVE the OR. my absolute favorite place in the hospital. surgical tech required a certification, but anesthesia tech didn’t- i got to work as one for a year and loved it. when i go to apply for med school, it’s a positive on my application to see that i had worked in the ER & OR and have a good taste of the medical field.
plus, having these jobs helps you get a taste for if you REALLY DO like the field you’re going into. as an ER scribe alone, i may be wary because the ER isn’t my ideal practicing environment as of right now. but having been in the OR, i know that i have a ton of specialties that i would love. THIS is why shadowing is also so important! for any career you can!
i will say- getting that first job is the hardest. i applied to dozens of jobs over the course of a year before i worked as an anesthesia tech. but once you get your foot in the door, it’s there.
i’m so excited to be featured in an upcoming premed virtual summit where i get to talk about HOW i got these jobs. there are also tons of other speakers who have lots of advice! you can register while it’s STILL FREE via the link in my bio! ...