Coler Goldwater Hospital LPN program on Roosevelt island

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    did anyone attend this program? its like brooklyn adult learning center and mid manhattan.its funded by NYC. I want to know if anyone got accepted this year or last?
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    I was accepted in the program last year and just graduated last June. I belong to the first batch because this program is pretty new. It is under NYC Dept. of Ed. and is being funded by the city. You don't have to pay anything, everything is free (scholarship). We are already doing our 4-week review, and will end at the end of this month.
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    Can u please send me a website on this program, sounds interesting but i cant seem to get enough information on it. thank you. V
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    Roxy625,

    You can try : AdultEdNyc.org. Also try nyc.gov and seach for The Center for Economic Development. Good luck!
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    hello everyone,
    im interested in the lpn program at coler goldwater hospita and i just wanted to know about the process of how to get into the program and also the addresss.
    by the way i was a nursing student at long island university and i only had a yr left to finish for my BN degree and i was dropped from the program. i really would let to get into this lpn program to that i can begin to work because school loans will be haunting me very soon. im graduating with a bachers in pysh in may..
    if any nurses out there have any suggestions as to how i can comtinue my nursing career please let me know
    thanks soo much.
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    Sorry to hear that....here are some links:
    http://www.nyc.gov/html/hhc/html/car...training.shtml

    http://cnetnurse.com/pre_pro_testing/nyc_doe_2005.html


    Quote from Joey0212
    hello everyone,
    im interested in the lpn program at coler goldwater hospita and i just wanted to know about the process of how to get into the program and also the addresss.
    by the way i was a nursing student at long island university and i only had a yr left to finish for my BN degree and i was dropped from the program. i really would let to get into this lpn program to that i can begin to work because school loans will be haunting me very soon. im graduating with a bachers in pysh in may..
    if any nurses out there have any suggestions as to how i can comtinue my nursing career please let me know
    thanks soo much.


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