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IworkNCVirtual - Health Care & Social Advocacy - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim Loudermilk
36:37
Welcome to our IworkNCVirtual/NC Career Connections Speaker Series. Today, we have Mr. Michael Denning talking about Health Care & Social Advocacy.
Crystal Pullen
36:43
Proud dad, I am sure!
Kim Loudermilk
36:45
Love it!
Kathy Barnes
36:49
haha
Elizabeth Seastrunk
37:23
Love your sense of humor!
Mia Murphy
37:49
I am a Pirate too!
Crystal Pullen
38:30
Huge commitment!
Kim Loudermilk
39:29
Yes, a very big commitment!
Kim Loudermilk
40:03
Love the visuals! Great break down.
Crystal Pullen
40:19
I appreciate all the curves in that graphic
Kim Loudermilk
40:41
Yes, very rewarding :)
Mia Murphy
40:56
One hallway!
Kim Loudermilk
41:33
Great to hear about these opportunities at Wake Early College.
Kim Loudermilk
41:40
Great advice!
Elizabeth Seastrunk
41:47
You are a wonderful example of the effectiveness of the Early College Program in NC!
Crystal Pullen
42:03
Excellent point!
Crystal Pullen
42:24
Cost is an important consideration
Kim Loudermilk
42:27
It is good to know what you do not want to do as well as what you do want to do.
Crystal Pullen
43:09
The support system is critical
Kim Loudermilk
43:16
Awesome, awesome advice for all areas to consider. Support is essential to success.
Crystal Pullen
43:52
Love that, seeing the unseen!
Kim Loudermilk
44:04
Great service mindset!
Elizabeth Seastrunk
45:00
I love your mature decision making skills when choosing a college. So important to implement! All students can learn from your advice.
Kim Loudermilk
45:45
I love physicians like that!
Crystal Pullen
45:54
That is awesome :)
Kim Loudermilk
46:26
Very true, having your interest sparked is a great way to start thinking about a career.
Mia Murphy
46:52
In three years!
Kim Loudermilk
46:55
Impressive!
Kim Loudermilk
47:22
Yes, applying for all scholarships is great advice.
Elizabeth Seastrunk
47:24
YES! Those smaller scholarships add up!
Crystal Pullen
47:28
Truth!! It is also good practice.
Eliz Colbert
48:33
Me too! I went from Eastern NC to Columbia - Teachers College. NYC was an education too
Kim Loudermilk
48:53
Congratulations!
Kim Loudermilk
49:58
Thank you so much for sharing that sometimes our paths are not straight, we can take different paths. Just believe in yourself and that you can achieve your goal.
Kim Loudermilk
50:57
Very true.
Crystal Pullen
52:27
This looks much like a job!
Kim Loudermilk
52:28
Wow!
Crystal Pullen
52:44
Challenges make us
Kim Loudermilk
54:17
Yes, internships are ways to have the practical experiences to make a determination about your interest level to find out if you want to do a career or if it is not for you.
Kim Loudermilk
56:14
You have some wonderful work experiences to help you build some great skills to help you as a doctor.
Mia Murphy
57:52
I can’t imagine seeing an organ transplant
Kathy Barnes
58:08
That would be soooo cool to see!
Kim Loudermilk
58:11
-Yes, transplants are great ways to improve lives.
Crystal Pullen
58:18
YES!!
Kim Loudermilk
58:54
Love this mindset of service! It makes us better people, we get the blessing from serving.
Kim Loudermilk
59:29
Yes, one person can make a difference! No matter what age you are.
Kim Loudermilk
01:00:29
-Great quotes! Thanks for sharing.
Kim Loudermilk
01:01:52
-Equanimity under Duress - very needful for today.
Kim Loudermilk
01:02:35
Sounds good
Kim Loudermilk
01:02:45
You are good!
Kim Loudermilk
01:03:49
Wonderful examples
Kim Loudermilk
01:04:09
yes
Kathy Barnes
01:04:10
yes
Kim Loudermilk
01:14:40
Our bodies are amazing how everything works together.
Kim Loudermilk
01:15:45
Very true.
Kim Loudermilk
01:20:24
Wonderful examples of how our science classes work toward work in the real world. Learning the concepts and the uses of each of these concepts help students answer these questions of why do I need to know this information.- Diabetes is a huge health issue so even as an individual we need this information.
Crystal Pullen
01:20:33
This is an excellent presentation to share with our Anatomy teachers and students.
Kim Loudermilk
01:20:58
Ready
Crystal Pullen
01:21:38
Type 2 Diabetes
Mia Murphy
01:21:44
Type 2
Kim Loudermilk
01:21:45
Agree
Crystal Pullen
01:21:45
She needs a low carb diet ;)
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:22:00
Crystal would say that!! ;-)
Kim Loudermilk
01:23:03
Insulin
Crystal Pullen
01:23:04
Insulin
Crystal Pullen
01:23:38
pancreas
Kim Loudermilk
01:23:39
pancreas
Trey
01:23:40
pancreas
slewis
01:23:40
Pancreas
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:23:41
pancreas
Crystal Pullen
01:23:48
Wahoo!!
Kim Loudermilk
01:23:49
lol
Kathy Barnes
01:23:50
lol
Crystal Pullen
01:23:56
That will be $450 :)
Crystal Pullen
01:24:43
Such a good point!
Kim Loudermilk
01:24:51
Thanks for all this great advice for our students. To believe that they can do whatever they dream, if they want to put the work in.
Crystal Pullen
01:25:20
You are very inspiring!
Mia Murphy
01:25:23
Thank you so very much!
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:25:29
Wonderful information and advice!!
Crystal Pullen
01:25:41
I am thinking I am glad you’re here in eastern NC with us!
Mia Murphy
01:25:43
I want my sons to see the recording. They are 10 and 12!
Kim Loudermilk
01:26:56
Yes, very true that most of us need to get more exercise and better nutrition.
Kim Loudermilk
01:27:17
We have a lot of homeless students in NC.
Kathy Barnes
01:30:10
You did a great job of teaching us!
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:31:06
Yes! Agreed Ms. Loudermilk!
Elizabeth Seastrunk
01:31:24
Thank you so much for time and for sharing your passions with us!
Kathy Barnes
01:31:42
Thanks for your time, Michael.