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04 jul

International University of Nursing!

i have always been a really goal oriented person and ive wanted to become a registed nurse with the specialty being midwifery. i also know that i have dislexia and through knowing that i know that the way i do best is hands on so i wanted to accomidate myself of my goal by taking steps toward. i recently moved from santa cruz to live oak for the one purpose to go to school and get my certified nurses assistant. i have know been working full time in a skilled nursing facility getting wonderful work experence for four months. Just recently i have been looking into my next step in educating myself. i have found the community colleges who have waiting list of at least 2 yrs, the western career college that offers an licence vocational nursing, and with a help of a friend he showed me a school called international university of nursing! it offers a nursing program in associate or a bachalors degree. the first 6 semester the campus is located in st kipps which is apart of the carribean island! after you come back to the united states where there is special accetated school all over the u.s. for one more year.

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Posted by First 30 Days on July 4th, 2009 in Personal Stories | 2 comments

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  • A friend of mine at the age of 50 found a nursing program and hung in there for three or four years, because she had to do all of college, too. When she got out and started working, the change in her life was immediately good. She got a little discouraged while she was in school but never gave up.

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