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Naugatuck Valley Community College Nursing Class of 2016. Photo courtesy of CT League for Nursing.
There are a myriad of different options when choosing a nursing career and the Connecticut League for Nursing (CLN) is ready and available to help individuals make informed decisions about their futures.
For over 10 years the CLN has published a guide to nursing education and professional development. That spiral bound document is now available online at www.ctnursingguide.com.
What are the differences between nursing degrees, including undergraduate and graduate? What Connecticut schools offer nursing programs? How do you know what nursing track to take? What jobs await nursing school graduates?
All these questions and more are answered via this online guide. Also included is “Intentional Advisement,” which offers “unbiased nursing counseling for those who are either interested in entering the profession of nursing, at any level, or looking to continue their education into graduate degrees,” says CLN Executive Director Marcia Proto.