Emma Watson, a young woman who studies nursing at an Ohio nursing school, is set to begin working as a nurse’s aide in 2018.
Watson has been studying nursing since she was 12 years old and graduated from Ohio State University’s nursing program in 2016.
The 25-year-old Watson is currently living in Cleveland, where she will be working as the school’s first nursing assistant.
Watson said that she had always wanted to become a nurse and said she is excited about getting started.
“I’m really excited to start nursing school and being a nurse at an older age,” Watson told Business Insider.
“It’s something I’ve always wanted and now it’s finally coming true.”
Watson is excited to work at the Ohio State nursing school.
“The nursing school is a big part of my life,” Watson said.
“Working at a school like Ohio State, it gives me a chance to see my friends and my colleagues and learn about what it’s like to work in a nursing home.”
I am excited to be working at the nursing school this fall and I can’t wait to be there!
— Emma Watson (@EmmaWatson) December 1, 2018 Watson said she plans to work her first shift in January.
“Once I get a few days in, I’ll definitely start getting in a few shifts in the morning and maybe late into the evening,” Watson added.
She added that her goal is to be in the office at least once a week.
Watson is now a full-time student at Ohio State and said that, unlike other nursing programs, nursing school work is a very demanding position.
“Nursing is not a job for people who want to spend their entire lives in nursing,” Watson stated.
“But, if you can get through a year of it and not let it overwhelm you, then it’s a great job.”
Watson has a bachelor’s degree in nursing and her undergraduate degree in history.
Watson told ABC News that she has had no trouble fitting in at the school and said the nursing education program is “very well-rounded.”
“Nurses have a long history of providing healthcare for those in nursing homes and nursing homes have always been a part of our health care system,” Watson explained.
“We’re always trying to give people a voice and a way to communicate and get information.”
Watson said working as an assistant at Ohio’s nursing school will be a “great opportunity” to help her students improve their nursing skills.
“Being a part-time nurse is definitely going to help me,” Watson noted.
“This job is really about making it to the next level in my career.
I want to help others to reach their full potential.”
Watson added that she is looking forward to working with her students in the classroom and to helping them in their personal lives.
“These are the kinds of experiences that help make you a better person and help me grow,” Watson concluded.
“And, I can definitely say, as an adult, I am looking forward with pride to working at Ohio University.”
Watson also noted that she will “have a lot of support” from her classmates in her class.
“If they have any questions or need anything, I’m happy to answer them,” Watson shared.
“My mom and I are going to be able to talk to them and listen to them.
We’re also going to make sure to give them a lot to think about.”