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Seperating from USAF and going into pre-nursing next semester

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    Maricopa CEP Spring 2019

    Maricopa's nursing website has a ton of information and can answer just about every question you could have about admissions for both the ADN and the CEP BSN programs. Problem is, it's not an easy site to navigate and simply not user-friendly. Below ...
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    Tough decision and rough transition into healthcare industry

    WOW its pretty crazy your going the exact route I want to go, how hard is it to get accepted to U of M Flint's RN-BSN program? Did they give you any guidelines to follow as far as gpa etc? Do you know how long the program is? I would love to go s...
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    Tough decision and rough transition into healthcare industry

    I have heard this, I'm trying to get an idea of which ones do this. Now I was reading a article on here https://allnurses.com/pre-nursing-student/types-school-accreditation-795237.html and have concerns about WCCCD's nursing program, particularly...
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    Tough decision and rough transition into healthcare industry

    Well actually I'm still in the USAF for about a month longer so I can take the Clep tests for free, so I'm currently doing that now and trying to Clep out of as many pre/co reqs I can before the next semester. I'm currently working on intro to psych,...
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    Tough decision and rough transition into healthcare industry

    If I could get into the nursing school earlier that would be a viable route but since it may be a bit I gotta do something in the mean time. I might just end up getting the CNA cert so I can start working. Really I just want to get my foot in the do...
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    Michigan Level I Trauma Centers

    While I am sure there are a few people who are mad they do not get to stick in one area every time, I do believe that that kind of rotation truly improves your ability to do your job. Knowing the full circle of things definitely gives you good perspe...
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    Tough decision and rough transition into healthcare industry

    That is awesome! how are Clinicals going? and I'm aware of the credit mandate, it's unfortunate but understandable. I'm just worried I wont be able to get a high enough GPA in the Pre/Co reqs to even make it, I'm stressing it more than I thought I wo...
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    Michigan Level I Trauma Centers

    Well I was hoping to get some insight from people who worked or know people who worked at any of the Michigan level 1 trauma centers (particularly SE Michigan but all are welcome) How was it? What was it like day to day? Hours? Fun or exciting or jus...
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    WCCCD Spring 2013 Hopeful!!

    When I get back (hopefully in about a month) I want to go do CNA work, How did you get your foot in the door? did you pay for CNA training or did your company train you? I really dont care if I work in a Hospital, LTC, or at home I just wanna start ...
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    WCCCD Spring 2013 Hopeful!!

    Yea I defineatly need a paycheck throughout my duration of school. But I plan to hold a job as long as possible, and if/when the time comes that I need to stop working than unemployment definately becomes an option to keep our heads above water. A...
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    WCCCD Spring 2013 Hopeful!!

    Wen902, thanks for your input, if you dont mind me asking what has been your course load semester to semester? Are you going part time or full? Are you currently working? and How long will/did it take you to finish all the co/pre reqs sorry if I see...
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    WCCCD Spring 2013 Hopeful!!

    I would like to work as a CNA as I work towards my RN degree, both for the experience and for the steady job (I am a father and a husband). Should I take the CNA program through WCCCD (which is 10 credit hours) along with one of my prereqs or co-req...
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    Tough decision and rough transition into healthcare industry

    Well looks like im leaning towards WCCCD's nursing program soley because its cheaper for me. But being that the timing is gonna be a little weird I may have to wait a year or so to actually get in the program. So which leads me to my next question,...
  14. Alright I'm in need of some help and opinions, Well I am leaving the military soon and returning to Michigan. Being a husband and father, providing for my family is priority number 1. But it wasn't until recently that I finally realized what wan...