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CLN Offers a Digital Online Nursing Education Guide to help find the Nursing Program that is RIGHT for YOU!

Thinking of applying to nursing school?  NOW is the time to find the Connecticut Nursing School/Program that is right for YOU!
 
The Connecticut League for Nursing (CLN) offers a 24/7 online "portal" that houses an interactive nursing education guide which highlights the over 85 on-the-ground, online and blended learning programs offered by nursing schools in Connecticut www.ctnursingguide.com.
 
"The most exciting and unique feature of the 'portal' is access to an online Coach/Advisor who will provide non-biased 'Intentional Advisement' solely focused on the needs and goals of the visiting student or nurse," noted Executive Director of CLN, Marcia Proto. 
 
Seeking to Begin Your Nursing Education Journey?
 
This "step-by-step" online guide helps students seeking to pursue a degree in nursing to determine the nursing degree (LPN & RN) and type of school (LPN, Associate or Baccalaureate) that best fits their education criteria, and helps to assess if nursing is the right career pathway to pursue.
 
The Guide educates the student visitor on how to get started in the nursing profession, explores nursing career options and the nature of work and settings that are available to licensed nurses at all levels.
 
Seeking to Advance Your Nursing Career?
 
For those nurses that are considering advancement within the profession, the Guide provides the information needed to select a nursing school that is right for that candidate whether it be RN-BSN, graduate or doctoral education.
 
The site contains admission requirements, track specific coursework, duration and cost for each program, plus lists related professional associations to support ongoing career development.  The Guide is also accessible to nurses nationwide who seek to pursue advanced degrees with Connecticut Schools.
 

Date:
08/30/2017

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