- Johnstown US-PA
- [email protected]
Upon graduating from IUP in August of 2012, my immediate goal is to be accepted into Conemaugh School of Nursing and begin nursing school at the end of August 2012. I believe that I can excel in Conemaugh's rigorous program because I will be entering the program with a college degree already under my belt. I also have a solid background in anatomy, physiology and exercise physiology as well as diet therapy, all of which will prepare me to enter the field of nursing with confidence.
In the summer of 2014, I plan to graduate from Conemaugh School of Nursing with a nursing certificate and begin my career as a registered nurse in the Johnstown area, preferably at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center.
Five years from now, in 2016, I plan to have chosen a specialty area of nursing in which to become certified. I also hope to complete my Bachelor's Degree of Science in Nursing around this time as well.
The purpose of this portfolio is to exemplify the skills I have obtained throughout my undergraduate years and to demonstrate how these skills will aid in my success as a future nursing student and registered nurse.
Nurses provide hope when all hope seems lost. They provide compassion and care to those who suffer and take action in maintaining the health of the patients they serve. They collaborate with other members of the healthcare team to assure excellent care to every individual, every time.
Nicole E. Brownlee
513 Cherry Lane E-mail: [email protected]
Johnstown, PA 15904 Phone: (814) 248-5652
Indiana University of Pennsylvania Indiana, PA January 2011-present
·Bachelor of Science in Nutrition-Nutrition Track
·Dean’s List: 2 of 2 semesters
·Anticipated Graduation: August 2012
Slippery Rock University Slippery Rock, PA August 2008-December 2011
·Undergraduate Student of Exercise and Rehabilitative Sciences
·Dean’s List: 2 of 5 semesters
The Meadows Original Frozen Custard Johnstown, PA August 2006-present
·Train new employees
·Direct current employees
·Open and close store
·Provide customer service
HUB Fitness Center Indiana, PA May 2011-September 2011
·Allowed gym access to guests
·Opened or closed facility
·Provided customer service
Slippery Rock University
Alpha Xi Delta Sorority September 2009-April 2010
·Proctored study tables in library
·Developed networking skills
·Influenced women to realize their potential
·Participated in fundraising and volunteer activities
Run Club September 2008-December 2010
·Ran with fellow students and professors
·Set examples of healthy, active lifestyle
·Gained out-of-classroom experience
Special Olympics Slippery Rock, PA October 2009
·Directed teams to appropriate areas
·Provided support for participants
Nicole Brownlee is currently a senior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) majoring in Nutrition and minoring in Psychology with a current QPA of 3.89. She transferred to IUP in the Spring of 2011 from Slippery Rock University (SRU) where she majored in Exercise Science for two and a half years. Nicole is graduating from IUP in the Summer of 2012 and seeks to attend Conemaugh School of Nursing at the end of August.
Nicole has a solid background in anatomy, physiology and exercise physiology. Her time spent as an Exercise Science student at SRU has taught her how to be a leader and also how work with others as part of a team. Nicole also has experience with diet therapy techniques as well as evidence based practice information obtained through IUP's Nutrition program. In addition to her stellar academic record, Nicole also has sharp time management skills. These skills have been demonstrated by her ability to be a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority and Run Club and still maintain good grades.
Nicole is a dynamic student who thrives off of hands-on learning. She is prepared to face the field of nursing with confidence with the skills and knowledge she has gained during her undergraduate years.
I began working at The Meadows when I was 16 years old. Throughout the years and since proving my responsibility, I have been given the title of shift leader. As shift leader, I hold a key to the store and am in charge of opening and/or closing the facility. I operate the machinery to make the frozen custard, provide customer service, count the registers, maintain cleanliness of the facility and help train new employees.
The Hub Fitness Center is the on-campus fitness facility at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP). This job had a variety of tasks. For instance, I worked behind the desk and scanned students' ID cards for access into the gym. I was also responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of the facility and making sure all gym equipment was organized.