Maryland hospitals paying for RN education?

  1. 0 I am also looking for hospitals in maryland that pay for your nursing education. can anyone help me?
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    I work for JHH, I have had the fortune of being part of a unit that allows me to be flexible when it comes to school and yes Hopkins has tuition reimbursement, another plus is Hopkins has a program that is geared to people wanting to become RN's, they will allow you with the permission of your supervisor to get paid for 40hrs a week but only work 24hrs which allows you to attend school fulltime.....their are certain criteria you need to get in but once you do....it should be worth it......hope this helped
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    I have called just about every hospital in the area. Mostly all of them give money for your loans. You have to apply for a scholorship in your last year of college. It ranges from 5k to 10k per year you work for that hospital. You just call the hospital, ask for the nurse recruiter, and then ask her/him about any funds for college.
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    Quote from LPNtoRN1967
    I work for JHH, I have had the fortune of being part of a unit that allows me to be flexible when it comes to school and yes Hopkins has tuition reimbursement, another plus is Hopkins has a program that is geared to people wanting to become RN's, they will allow you with the permission of your supervisor to get paid for 40hrs a week but only work 24hrs which allows you to attend school fulltime.....their are certain criteria you need to get in but once you do....it should be worth it......hope this helped


    Any perks for nurse returning to school for their master degree?:spin:
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    Quote from alejuandria
    Any perks for nurse returning to school for their master degree?:spin:
    Do you want to teach? Here's a link about scholarships for grad school for future faculty (includes a need-based grant for living expenses):
    http://www.nursing.umaryland.edu/adm...cholarship.htm
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    i heard that montgomery general hospital helps nursing students. the hospital is located in olney, maryland. another good place to raise kids.
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