Working as a pharmacy technician at Rite Aid has been a very rewarding experience. I have learned to be responsible, courteous, and thorough in my work. My main objectives include checking out customers at the register, making sure the customer receives all medications, and filling prescriptions. Becoming successful in this area requires technicians to develop special personal relationships with the patients, so that the patients will not only understand what medications they are taking, but also develop trust in the technicians that serve them.
Nov 2010 - Present
Apr 2007 - May 2008
I worked for a little over a year at Chick-fil-a as my first job. I learned how to communicate effectively to the customers and fellow team members. My duties included cooking, stocking, working the cash register, and cleaning.
Aug 2009 - Present
Human Environmental Science
University of Alabama
Aug 2002 - May 2009
UMS-Wright Preparatory School
I attended UMS-Wright from 6th grade to the 12th grade. In my opinion, UMS prepared me well for college both socially and intellectually. UMS offers college prep and AP courses for all students. In addition to a strong curriculum, UMS leads the way in sports and the arts while promoting students to be self disciplined.
Windows OS (Operating System)
Music, Guitar, Hunting, Fishing, Science, Electronics, Volunteering, Visiting my family, Computers
Taylor Blalack is a junior attending the University of Alabama. He is from Mobile, Alabama where he attended high school at UMS-Wright Preparatory School. His major is Nutrition Sciences with a minor in Spanish. Taylor hopes to attend medical school following his undergraduate studies at UA. So far in Taylor's undergraduate career, he has made the Dean's list with a 3.5 GPA. Taylor also has become a member of several honor societies including Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta, and the Golden Key Society. He regularly attend the "pre-med" honor society weekly meetings with AED (Alpha Epsilon Delta) where he learns about different aspects of the medical field. Through AED, Taylor also volunteers at the Good Samaritan Clinic where free health care is provided to anyone who is eligible. Taylor currently works as a Pharmacy Technician at Rite Aid in Tuscaloosa, AL.
My most important short term goal is to be accepted into medical school. I will be preparing to take the MCAT this coming year, which is a crucial part of the application process. In the meantime, I will continue to volunteer, shadow physicians, and keep my grades up. My long term goal is to become a doctor. I still do not know which area of the medical field I want to focus on, but I am optimistic about what the future holds. I am lucky to have the ability and the resources to accomplish these goals, which is why I want to become an important person who has achieved success while also impacting the lives of the patients in a positive way. My work philosophy promotes helping and serving others, using a balanced approach to work and social life, learning from my mistakes, and being a leader. The benefits of becoming a physician have always appealed to me. The lifestyle of a doctor certainly appeals to me, but the benefits of the patient/physican relationship may outweigh any amount of money I could ever hope to earn.