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Im wanting to become a CNA, and possible an RN, LPN later. I was wondering if anybody knew where i could get a job that paid me for the training?
I would suggest going to local long term care faclities and ask if they have a CNA program. Many do. Also since you are looking at becoming a nurse in the future, many LTC and Hospitals do help with tuition after working there a certain amount of years. If your facility does help with tuition, many times you have to sign a contract stating you will supply them with your services for a certain amout of years. I hope this helps, and good luck.
I agree with the above posters advice regarding checking with a local LTC
facility regarding CNA training. Remember, it is hard and demanding work, but if you truly want to complete this training then you will find the work interesting and rewarding. Good luck on nursing, it too is demanding and difficult but most of us cannot imagine doing anything else with our lives.
i work at cabell huntington hospital and they do have a tuition reimbursement, but not the total that you spend...it is a certain amount per year. they do have a plan if you are attending nurse anesthesia school though that you sign a contract for time served-lol-and they will pay for school and give a stipend. hth.