Scholarships - School of Nursing
For everyone else including Elouise Ellis, do a search on Mary Marshall Nursing scholarship. There are scholarships available for all levels of nursing certification. Additionally check out the American Red Cross and Federal Gov’t nursing scholarships. For the Federal Gov’t nursing scholarships, there is a commitment to work in a critical need Hospital or clinic but the scholarships offered will definitely help many of your achieve your goal.
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Nursing Education Curriculum Development – Explore theories and procedures of educational program and course development applied to nursing education. Includes philosophical values, educational concepts and theories of learning used to link nursing education to standards of nursing practice. Guides students to develop curriculum plans and propose related teaching and evaluation strategies.
Evaluation in Nursing Education – Assess theories and strategies of measurement and evaluation as they apply to nursing education. Combines theories of measurement and evaluation with outcomes-based approaches to promote safe effective professional nursing practice. Experiential exercises in the development, use and critique of measurement and evaluation methods to classroom and clinical learning situations.
Nurse Educator Role Strategies and Practicum – Explore the nurse educator role in structuring teaching strategies that assure effective undergraduate student outcomes in regard to individual and group learning, safe clinical practice and a commitment to lifelong learning. Nurse educator practicum placements are arranged within pre-licensure nursing education programs.
My name is Fritz-Gerald Louis, I am a Haitian born US citizen , a devoted husband, a proud father of four and a Born Again Christian. I have been living in the United States for 26 years, and I have been working as a school bus driver transporting special aid children to and from school for the past fifteen years.
I was a posthume child who was raised by my grandmother because my father was killed one month before I was born. Also, due to a lack of financial input, my mother could not raise six children on her own. I was always told by my surroundings that my father was an extremely good man and because of that, the entire village felt compell to contribute in my upbringing. As the former First Lady and Newyork Senator who is currently the Secretary of State under the Obama Administration, Mrs Hilary Clinton stated: ” it takes a village to raise a child”, that statement took application in my life.
The real purpose of this essay is to ask to be granted a scholarship to help paying for a nursing course that I plan to study at Mildred elley NYC campus. Nurses are in high demand in our country and as the elderly population is rising, we need more nurses to help taking care of them. I am a person who cares for the world being of other people, I am always told by most people around me that I have an altruistic personality and the willingness to help other people is one of the greatest qualities I have. Now, at the age of forty five, I would like to be a devoted nurse. I want to give back some of what I received and also continue the legacy of my father.
On july 19 2010, I will start my sixteen month journey at Mildred Elley to earn a certificate as a License Practical Nurse and hopefully to continue trying to achieve my goal of becoming a Registered Nurse in the near future.
With the scholarship, my road to success will be paved and my accomplishments will be achieved. My country was devastated by an earthquake on January 12th of this year, the whole world responded heartedly to the crisis, however, as a Haitian born, I would like to offer my services and I know that when I have the necessary skills to do that, I will and I know that the scholarship will help ease the way.