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Going to become a Dental Assistant

Become a Dental AssistantAbout 5 years ago, I found DASH, I wanted to apply as fast as possible but being a single teen parent, the money was going to be an issue. I would save, save, save but between sending my boyfriend to rehabs, working minimum wage and taking care of a 2 year. My money would drain. So I set myself a goal for 2017. I was going to become a Dental Assistant. No matter what it took, I was going to reach my goal. Walking in my 1st day, I was so nervous. My anxiety was through the roof! I picked my chair (closest to the door) little did I know. That was Ms. Janeane’s chair! FYI don’t see in Ms. Janeane’s chair. She told me to get out of her chair! And then she smiled and laughed and I knew she was not a Mean Janeane. We went around the table and introduced ourselves and that is where the last class of 2017 story began. I was completely blessed to be put in that class. God knew what he was doing when he made me wait. I really loved coming to class every Tuesday-Thursday. I even came in on Halloween as a Raccoon!
Anyways, I loved DASN and I will always be thankful that I was the last class of 2017.

– says Ashley A.