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A complete redesign of the program has been undertaken, and the roll-out for the new program is expected in the fall of 2015.
Faculty L-R: Donna Briere, Beth Satter, Emily MacDonald (Department Chair), Sarah Baillargeon, Donna Driscoll
This is a challenging and exciting time to be a nurse! Increased competition and ever-expanding consumer demand have created exceptionally attractive work opportunities for well-educated nurses. With core values in professionalism, integrity, and excellence, White Mountains Community College Associate Degree in Nursing graduates are in high demand for a variety of nursing jobs throughout Northern New England.
Why pursue nursing at White Mountains Community College?
1. Experienced and respected faculty.
2. Small learning group instruction (8:1 student/faculty ratio in lab and clinical).
3. Multiple clinical learning opportunities in a variety of settings.
4. Students are well prepared to succeed on the NCLEX RN licensing exam.
5. Affordable alternative to four year residential programs.
6. Excellent employment opportunities upon graduating.
7. Small campus environment with outdoor opportunities in the beautiful White Mountains.
8. Employment of registered nurses is is projected to grow 19 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations according to the Bureau of Labor Statics.
9. Nursing is the nation's largest health care profession, with more than 3.1 million registered nurses nationwide.
10. The Institute of Medicine has proposed an initiative to increase BSN prepared nurses to 80% by 2020. WMCC offers pathways to a Bachelor’s and Master’s in Nursing through its partnership with many colleges and universities throughout New England at extremely affordable rates.
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