The end of a college semester is always bittersweet.
Summer school is no different.
The final psychology exam was just this week.
And I miss my summer students already.
Full disclosure: Psychology is my passion.
I am grateful to have met so many wonderful St. Clair College students in the pre-nursing program this summer.
They worked hard. Followed their heart. And never gave up.
Each student hoping to gain admission into the highly competitive four year BScN program starting in September.
(Summer school is a pre-nursing qualification program.)
Every ending is a new beginning.
Because of the program I teach in, I will have the opportunity to teach many of my pre-nursing students again this fall in the BScN nursing program.
Fingers crossed that they (all) get in to nursing! 🏥💉
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I felt the same way when I was teaching general psychology for college freshmen students when I was still working as a Guidance Counselor…It makes it even harder when you feel that your students like you a lot! 🙂 Seeing your post today is making me miss teaching more! 🙂
How lucky they were to have you as their professor Nina! Psychology is such a wonderful topic to teach to college students. They are so open to new ideas, ground breaking research, & in-depth discussions.
I was more lucky to have had the teaching experience with them! I learned a lot from them too! 🙂
Andrea, these students are so lucky to have you as their professor. Your mentorship on mindfulness and coming present is a much needed contribution to our education (and health care) system. So many blessings to you on your service.
Thank you Debbie! You are so kind and generous.💛💫