Have you had any issues with being hired? If so, please elaborate.
For those of you who graduated from an LPN or ADN program; were you
able to go on to an NLNAC-accreditated college to complete your next
degree in Nursing (whether it was to step up to ADN or BSN)?
I'm looking into a college that is accredited, but not by the NLNAC. My idea is to complete their LPN
program and transition to a more affordable city or state college to complete my RN. I'm worried
that graduating from a Nursing program that is not NLNAC-accreditated will make it harder for me
to get a job or get into a NLNAC-accredited LPN-RN ADN transition program.
Monroe College (New York City) is the college that I am interviewing with this Wednesday. PLEASE HELP!
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