Alison Siegal is an undergraduate student at the University of Alabama. During her first three years of College, her major was Nursing. She then attended Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing for one year, 2009 through 2010. She then decided to come back to the University of Alabama and is currently studying Nutrition.
To successfully become a Registered Dietician and work in a clinical setting.
Eating disorders, weight management, elderly nutrition
Apr 2011 - Aug 2011
As a waitress, my responsibilities included serving food, cleaning tables and prepping food. This job helped improve my communication skills because I was constantly interacting with customers and other employees.
Sep 2010 - Feb 2011
Certified Nurse Assistant
I had a lot of responsibilites as a Certified Nurse Assistant. My responsibilities included taking vital signs, giving bed baths, taking patients' blood sugar, helping patients' eat, helping patients' to the bathroom or in and out of bed, helping patient's get dressed, and assisting the nurse. This job helped to me feel more comfortable in the hospital setting.
Sep 2004 - May 2005
My responsibilities as a cashier included working the cash register, answering the phone, re-stocking shelves and wrapping gifts. This job taught me how to work and feel comfortable in a retail atmosphere. It also made me have a lot more respect for the person behind the counter.
May 2011 - Present
University of Alabama
Aug 2009 - May 2010
Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing
I attended Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing for one full year. I really enjoyed my experience but realized that Nursing was not for me. I knew I wanted to remain in the healthcare world though, so that is why I chose nutrition.
May 2006 - Aug 2009
University of Alabama
When I first started college at the University of Alabama, my major was Nursing. I did three years of classes and then transferred to Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing. When I realized that I was hesitant about Nursing, I worked at Trinity Hospital to gain more experience, but finally realized this major was not for me. I then transferred back to the University of Alabama and am currently studying Nutrition.