Thank you for visiting my dream job page. Becoming an RN has been my dream since I've been a little kid, and I finally was able to get into the medical field as an LPN a few months ago. Before I even went to school to become an LPN I was taking care of my two beautiful little girls full time. Now that I am halfway to my dream job I do not want to stop now, and I only need a few more years of school to become an RN. I love my LPN job, but going all the way is my true dream, and I want to get there as fast as I can. Unfortunately money is the biggest problem with my dream as I am sure many of you know medical school even for nurses is expensive. My husband and I had to pay close to $15,000 dollars out of pocket just so I could finish my schooling to be an LPN. RN school is going to be twice that amount, as you can probably tell we are going to need financial help this time around as trying to take care of my children, and other responsibilities does not leave a lot of income left at the end of the day to pay for things like my education. The next nursing classes for RN start in the fall so I am trying to raise enough money so I can enroll by May which is the deadline for Penn State. I have tried multiple sources from trying to get grant money, and scholarships but none of those are going to come even close to paying for my RN schooling when the time comes. This is why I have turned to relying on family, friends, and the kindness of strangers like you to help me achieve my dream of becoming an RN. If you feel in your heart that helping me is what you want to do then thank you very much I will remember all of you that donate to me, and even if you do not give I still want to thank you for taking the time to even read this and consider my dream. I love being a nurse, and have never thought of doing anything else with my life, but being stuck at the LPN level of nursing means I cannot work in the area of medicine I truly want to which is kids that have life threatening diseases such as cancer and leukemia. I would love to be able to go to my job every day and put a smile on a child’s face that feels they do not have much to smile about most days. Thank you all again I love every one of you. Below is a picture of my family and I at my LPN graduation.