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Is there a way to receive TRAINING in the Navy Reserve as an RN?
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I'm a CNA now, and I'm looking at the Navy reserves to get further training since my options in civilian schools are limited. Is there a path inside the reserves that could lead to training as an RN?
I hope this doesn't come off as too clueless.
May 28, '12
You will need to speak with a recruiter for this. There are progams out there but I could not tell you what they are. One of the main ways is thru tution assisant.
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