tuition benefits at diff hospitals....

  1. 0 does anybody know the tuition benefits of these hospitals?? also, do the non-government hospitals offer pensions and possibly health insurance when u retire??:
    1. howard university hospital,
    2. va medical center,
    3. childrens hospital,
    4. george washinton hospital,
    5. NIH,
    6. naval medical center
    walter reed hospital
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  3. Visit  adio412 profile page

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    39 Years Old; Joined Jun '08; Posts: 34.

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  4. Visit  cbcle profile page
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    I know Children's offers a $5000 scholarship with a one year work agreement. If you're willing to commute to Arlington, Virginia Hospital Center has great tuition benefits. They offer 100% tuition reimbursement for several schools in the area including Marymount, George Mason and NVCC if you work full time during school. You just have to agree to work for them for a year after the last reimbursement payment. There is no way I could've done it without their help. Their new grad pay is a little lower than the going rate in the area, but you still come out way ahead with the tuition.
  5. Visit  Pokytrokyt profile page
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    Do any of these hospitals offer help paying off existing student loans? When I finish my BSN at GU, I'll have over $50K in student loans to pay back. Thanks!
  6. Visit  adio412 profile page
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    Quote from cbcle
    I know Children's offers a $5000 scholarship with a one year work agreement. If you're willing to commute to Arlington, Virginia Hospital Center has great tuition benefits. They offer 100% tuition reimbursement for several schools in the area including Marymount, George Mason and NVCC if you work full time during school. You just have to agree to work for them for a year after the last reimbursement payment. There is no way I could've done it without their help. Their new grad pay is a little lower than the going rate in the area, but you still come out way ahead with the tuition.
    thanks cbcle, i work at st agnes in baltimore and they give u a tuition reimbursement of $8000 a year, but for each year u go to school, u have to work 2 years for the hospital.
  7. Visit  MedicVeronica profile page
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    Pokytroky - try HRSA.gov for student loan repayment programs.

    At WHC you can get up to $10K per year for tuition, but I don't know if there's any requirement for working for a certain amount of time afterwards.
  8. Visit  adio412 profile page
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    thanks to all, but bump for more answers........
  9. Visit  ChristineN profile page
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    Quote from cbcle
    I know Children's offers a $5000 scholarship with a one year work agreement. If you're willing to commute to Arlington, Virginia Hospital Center has great tuition benefits. They offer 100% tuition reimbursement for several schools in the area including Marymount, George Mason and NVCC if you work full time during school. You just have to agree to work for them for a year after the last reimbursement payment. There is no way I could've done it without their help. Their new grad pay is a little lower than the going rate in the area, but you still come out way ahead with the tuition.
    Actually that's not entirely accurate of Children's tuition reimbursement. For nurses, looking to continue their education, they will pay for 6 classes a year (regardless of credit amount), at the University of Maryland class rate (which means you can use it at other schools). Only a 6 month work agreement, which can be part-time, is required when you complete your degree.
  10. Visit  adio412 profile page
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    any more??
  11. Visit  1john4:10 profile page
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    GWU Hospital will cover something like 90% if you go to GWU's nursing school for a graduate degree, and a lesser amount (50-75%?) if you go to a different school. Calling their HR would be your best bet.
  12. Visit  adio412 profile page
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    Quote from jesusmigozo
    GWU Hospital will cover something like 90% if you go to GWU's nursing school for a graduate degree, and a lesser amount (50-75%?) if you go to a different school. Calling their HR would be your best bet.
    how long do u have to work there first and/or how much would u have to give them afterwards??
  13. Visit  1john4:10 profile page
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    I looked it up and if it's at GWU, then you need to be there 6 months, but if you take classes from another school they say your first day of hire. I found out for non-GWU classes its 3000$ per year, and GWU its 90%. You have to give them one year after you graduate. And as I said before, don't take my word for but check with HR.
  14. Visit  adio412 profile page
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    thankls all. keep i'm comin.......


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