NCP College of Nursing Valedictorian Speech, 2009 – W/Evaluation Form

NCP College of Nursing Valedictorian Speech, 2009

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Sri Lily Darmawati delivers the heartfelt Valedictorian speech on November 14, 2009.

Excerpt: “My father passed away in a car accident when I was 20 years old. No doctor could save him. The year after he died, I decided to come to the United States, all alone, at the young age of 21. I didn’t speak a word of English and didn’t know anyone in this country. But I came here for him. I worked hard for him. And I stand before you as Valedictorian …for him.”

“What does it mean to be a nurse? …. Being a nurse is not about the pills, the IVs, or the patient charts. Nursing is about PEOPLE. Its about being able to love people at their worst moments and make a difference in their lives. No one can make you a nurse you just are.”

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Written by Alexandra Jones


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