A lot of hospitals offer the as "scholarships
." In return, you agree to work for them one year as an RN for each year you received a scholarship
. If you absolutely want to work at a place, then it's a good deal if you can earn one. If you don't like it, you're stuck unless you pay them back. Also, some hospitals offer a lot more than others. It might be that it's not as nice of a place to work.
I have a hospital scholarship, but I looked into it a lot before I agreed. My state also offers one and you agree to work in the the state at any hospital for one year as an RN for each year you get the scholarship. It's concurrent with the hospital one. Some states assign you to the hospital, this one does not.
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Okay so I was offered a job position at a Teen Clinic. I'm going to be doing basic office work. My employee says that I should look into having a hospital finance my degree since my ultimate goal is to be a nurse. But there's no association between the clinic and the hopital. How does this work exactly? I know that I'd be contracted to work for the hopital for x amount of years. But wouldn't I have to be an employee to qualify for this? What am I missing here? TIA