leaelina 597 Views
Joined: Mar 26, '08;
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I have a laptop that I will be taking to class. I think they're great for note taking. My only prob is I have to load microsoft word onto it, I only have notepad or something like that. I really thought of taking the two year track and if I were still living with my parents I would, but I know it would be more sensible for me to take the three year track. I'm 19 and after I graduated from high school I took a year off to be a nanny, so I guess you could say I'm a kind of non-traditional student. Hehe Good luck to you both Amanda and Christy!
I plan on signing the tuition benefit agreement also! I talked to one of the ladies after the talk last Saturday and she said it is truly is a great way to get through nursing school. I would have to agree, it sounds too good to be true! Has anyone applied for any jobs at Christ to work for during school? I applied for a patient escort job and got an email back saying that they have narrowed their candidate pool to those who best fit the requirement of the position. The only requirement mentioned was a high school diploma.
Well, I'm also very excited to start in August. I will be taking the three year route, what route do you think you guys might take?
Thanks for all the helpful information. I will be going this Saturday. Hopefully this will be the opportunity to answer my questions. Best of luck to you also!
I'm an Australian citizen here in the U.S. I'm about to start nursing school here and was wondering if in the future I wanted to move back to Australia what process would it be to be a nurse in Australia?
I found out last Friday that I got in also! Yay, I'm so excited. I have a couple questions if anyone could help me;
1. If you take the two year route are you able to work?
2. Does the hospital offer any jobs to students?
3. Did anyone sign the 3 yr contract to pay for their tuition? If so could you tell me more about it?
Thanks for putting this post up, I've been yearning to talk to students from the program.
I just also found out I got in! I'm super excited. I have waited so long and am so relieved. I have a couple questions;
1. If you choose to take the two year track are you able to work at the same time?
2. Does the hospital offer any jobs for the nursing students?
3. Could anyone tell me more about the contract you sign for your tuition to be payed for?
Thanks for putting up this wonderful post, I've been dying to talk to people from the school.
I also just found out last Friday that I made it in! I'm so excited. I have a question for someone who is in or was in the program. If you do the two year track, do you have time to work? Is there any jobs available to the students in the hospital. Also, did anyone choose the option of signing a contract for $20,000?
I also just found out last F
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