Tag: LVN School

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Emilee Young and Clinical Study on Human Blood Plasma Products Treatment for Alzheimer’s

Stanbridge University is highlighting Faculty Stories to spotlight personal stories of dedication, inspiration, and achievement. This week we are getting to know Dr. Emilee Young, Stanbridge University Vocational Nursing instructor, who is currently involved in a clinical study researching human blood plasma products treatment for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. Tell me a little bit about […]

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Stanbridge Alumni Spotlight: Vocational Nursing Graduate – Ian Calalang

Stanbridge University is highlighting Alumni True Stories because we’re proud of all of our hardworking graduates. We got to know Ian Calalang, a Stanbridge University Vocational Nursing alumnus who is on his way to becoming a fully Licensed Vocational Nurse!   What are the things that you love about vocational nursing?  When clients feel hopeless, […]

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Why Become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)?

Why Become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)?

  Any nursing student can tell you that becoming a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) is no picnic. But a career in vocational nursing is incredibly rewarding – and in high demand! Our society needs nurses who care, and with a vocational nursing degree, you can develop valuable leadership skills, meet the increasing needs of the […]

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Stanbridge College Joins Colleges and Universities Across The US To Sign The Campus Compact 30th Anniversary Action Statement

Stanbridge College recently joined over 350 schools across the United States whose respective presidents and chancellors signed the 30th Anniversary Action Statement with Campus Compact. Known as a longtime advocate for empowering local and global communities, Stanbridge College offers quality education for students seeking to positively impact those around them. Stanbridge College’s belief in affirmative civic engagement lead […]

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