Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Job Interview

The weeks since I have started my classes have been very busy. I have already taken three tests over 8 chapters - this only after three weeks of school! It has been an intense, but very exhilarating experience!

I have been trying to get a job at the hospital since I arrived here in Georgia. It has been very difficult to get my foot in the door. I am happy to say that I have been granted a job interview there this morning! God is opening so many doors of opportunites lately - I pray that all goes well with the interview and I will be on my way - one small step towards my dream!

I welcome any prayers that you might offer up for me today. I want whatever I do in this new journey I am venturing into to be in God's Will for me - not my own! It is only in HIS strength that I will be able to stand! This job can be very intense and I will need all of HIS help I can get if this is His plan for me.

I will update this as soon as I return...

Update: I got the job - God is so good! I will be starting my orientation on August 10th! Thank you so much for all of your prayers and well wishes. I appreciate it so much!



RCUBEs said...

That is so great sister Kymber! Some of the "per diems" who just graduated and are working with us told us, too that it's hard to find a job in the hospitals. You'd think that wouldn't be the case knowing that we have a big shortage all over. But I think the economy made it harder since any business is trying to save and not overspend.
Praying that your interview will pass with flying colors! God bless and may He continue to guide you in everything that you do.

Beginner said...

Prayers and good luck on the interview. If it is meant to be, it will be. I hope God's answer for me is yes, instead of not now, maybe later. But I trust that he knows best what we all need.

Kathy said...

Hooray!!! I love the cartoon that went with it, and especially loved the update that points to our great God. Blessings, and true rest in Jesus!-Kathy

Karen said...

Congratulations on your new job!