Stanbridge University awards the Nelson Mandela Inspiration Award to an alumnus who has demonstrated exceptional perseverance and dedication to scholarship, leadership, and service despite hardship or challenges. This year’s recipient is Ms. Jonna Carupo Cody, a 2023 Vocational Nursing graduate. Why did you want to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)? I’ve been a caregiver […]
In January, the executive board members of Stanbridge University’s student organizations convened for the 2023 Student Leadership Summit to network with fellow student organization leaders.
Pursuing a career as a Registered Nurse (RN) can be an exciting and rewarding endeavor, but the path to becoming one isn’t always clearly laid out. For those who are considering a career in nursing, but don’t want to commit to a four-year degree program right away, a vocational nursing program might be the right option.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to set some goals and reflect on how you want to approach the coming months. As a nursing or healthcare student, setting resolutions can help you stay focused on your studies and provide structure for your career aspirations.
Being a nursing student during the holidays can be tough. You’re pulled in a million different directions, you’re stressed, and you might not be feeling very festive. Despite this, it is possible to celebrate the holidays and participate in the festivities as a nursing student!
As you research healthcare education, you may be wondering about the differences between Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs), Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), and Medical Assistants (MAs). While all three jobs are in the medical field and involve working with patients, some key distinctions exist between these roles.
Stanbridge University proudly celebrates the achievements of our hardworking scholarship recipients. Join us in congratulating Los Angeles Vocational Nursing student Ericka Liang Long, a recipient of the Dr. Jonathan Wu Excellence in Nursing Scholarship.
“How do I know if nursing is the right career for me?” If you’re in nursing school, or are considering it, you’ve probably asked yourself that question many times. There are many factors to consider when making this decision, but here are 8 signs that nursing may be the right fit for you:
Nursing school is a big decision. Not only are you committing to years of hard work and study, but you’re also deciding which pathway you want to take. There are many different nursing programs and degrees, so how do you know which one is right for you?
Nursing school can be challenging and time-consuming. However, with some planning and organization, it is possible to succeed while maintaining a healthy balance between your education and other aspects of your life.