In the following presentation, you will find a resume, list of my accomplishments, awards/honors, activities, self assessments, etc. as a student focusing on becoming a hospital/healthcare administrator.
The information should provide support for my accomplishments as a student.
My immediate goal is to successfully graduate high school.
My long term goals include acceptance and completion of a business program at a 4 year accredited university with a major in business administration going on to obtain a masters degree in public health or policy. I hope that the education I seek will provide leeway into my career choice as a hospital administrator.
Hospital administrators act as liaisons between governing boards, medical staff, and department heads and integrate the activities of all departments so they function as a whole. Following policies set by a governing board of trustees, administrators plan, organize, direct, control and coordinate medical and health services. Administrators recruit, hire, and sometimes train doctors, nurses, interns, and assistant administrators. Administrators plan budgets and set rates for health services. They run the day to day routines of a hospital.
1. A 4 year Bachelors degree in an accredited institution in either business, hospital administration, or public health/policy.
2. Optional: a Masters degree
- A master's degree in health services administration, long-term care administration, health sciences, public health, public administration, or business administration is the standard credential for most generalist positions in this field.
3. All States require nursing care facility administrators to have a bachelor's degree, pass a licensing examination, complete a State-approved training program. Some States also require licenses for administrators in assisted-living facilities.
1. Employment of medical and health services managers is expected to grow 16 percent from 2008 to 2018.
2. Employment opportunities for those in the health administration field is expected to grow about 20% faster than other occupations through the year 2014, according to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. ( citation in Works Cited slide)
Projections data from the National Employment Matrix Occupational Title SOC Code Employment, 2008 Projected Employment, 2018 Change, 2008-18 Number Percent Medical and health services managers 11-9111 283,500 328,800 45,400 16
Coordinated the 9 th Annual Got Skills talent show
Planning Committee for the 10 th Annual Got Skills talent show
Coordinated the Health and Wellness Fair
Coordinated the 1 st Annual SGV Youth Summit
- Youtube video embedded in different blog post.
Planning Committee for 2 nd Annual SGV Youth Summit
Passed the first round of the MBC Star Audition: The Great Birth
Co-founded and managed:
1. Summer day camps
2. After school programs
3. Over 100 volunteers
4. A community closet
Coordinated numerous club service and community events
Provided job opportunities for low income teenagers
Provided volunteer opportunities for clubs in the Alhambra School District
Letter of Recommendation To Whom It May Concern: I am writing this recommendation letter for Miss. Michelle Phan who serves as the Volunteer Coordinator for the Rosemead Youth Leadership Center, a division of the M. Janet Chin Youth Foundation. I find her to be a dedicated, effective and compassionate young leader who possesses the courage that requires no prompting. She is an independent thinker, inclusive of all people, has the ability to get her foot in the door and create opportunities for herself and others. Michelle takes on tasks that average young people her age run away from. She is a strong student volunteer for our local Kiwanis Key Club and a member of the National Honors Society. Among her many projects in civic/social issues, Michelle volunteers for projects that have great impact for the community she lives in and has earned well over 800 volunteer hours in the past 6 months. She has engaged elected officials in conversations about youth and community issues, attends city council meetings, and is currently organizing volunteers for the annual San Gabriel Valley Youth Summit. Michelle is very active in the community. In the past two years, I have seen Michelle take on tasks with precision and efficiency. She naturally debriefs after events and reports actions taken and is well accomplished above her peers. Every service project that she has led has yielded her great reviews from the event organizers. If ever, there was a worthy student that should be selected for a scholarship, an award, or anything; Michelle would be an excellent choice to be on the top of the list. I speak with sincerity that you will not be disappointed in the successes of this young lady. Please feel free to contact me at your convenience and I welcome a verbal recommendation if needed. I can be reached direct at (323)228-3887. I wish you luck in your selection process. Thank you for your consideration of Michelle Phan for this award. Sincerely, Honorable M. Janet Chin MJCYF Founder and President 3592 Rosemead Blvd #449 Rosemead CA 91770 323.228.3887 email: email@example.com
Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, Medical and Health Services Managers, on the Internet at http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos014.htm (visited January 29,2011)