FC: School To Career | By: Shelby Merry
2: Job description, nature of work, conditions | care for healthy to premature newborns administer medication monitor condition 3 levels (healthy, intermediation care, intensive care)
3: Career Cluster
4: Training and advancement, eduction requirements | Bachelors degree in nursing (RN) 3 years clinical experience | Advancement: Nurse head, nurse manager
5: Helpful High school Classes | Anatomy and Physiology Computer Applications Health Education Introduction to Health Care Nursing Safety and First Aid
6: Job outlook | expected to increase by 22% from 2008-2018 (Neonatal nurses, also called neonatal nurse practitioners (NNPs), can work in clinics, in hospitals or as consultants.
7: Earning, including benefits | median salary for neonatal nurses is about $100,000, with middle-half salaries falling roughly between $92,000-$109,000, as of 2011.
8: Related occupations | Nursing - Registered Nurse Training (RN, ASN, BSN, MSN) Adult Health Nurse/Nursing Nurse Anesthetist Family Practice Nurse/Nurse Practitioner Maternal/Child Health and Neonatal Nurse/Nursing
9: Nurse Midwife/Nursing Midwifery Nursing Science (MS, PhD) Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse/Nursing Public Health/Community Nurse/Nursing Clinical Nurse Specialist Critical Care Nursing Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing Nursing, Other
10: Job Shadow Overview | Saint Elizabeth Hospital RN- House Supervisor
11: Job Description | Linda Grantsha | A house supervisor is a registered nurse who works in a hospital or clinical environment and delegates the nursing care responsibilities that are provided throughout the facility.
12: Likes, dislikes of the career from experience | Events highlights of the day
13: I really enjoyed going to all the different units and seeing how different every floor was from the neonatal, to pediactrics, burn, surgical and recovery it was so interesting to see all the different nurses and patients. | My favorite part of the day was when we got to go to neonatal unit and nursery and see new born babies. Dislikes is there is lots of paper work that goes into being a nurse, you have to document basically everything you do that day.
14: University of Nebraska- Lincoln South east Community College BryanLGH College of health Sciences | Post Secondary Options
15: BryanLGH College of Health Sciences 4 year Private college | Top Choice
16: Admission requirements | High school diploma required and GED accepted. Required high school courses: None, however science and math recommended Application, College transcript, High school GPA 2.75, High school transcript, Interview, Letters of recommendation 3, Written essay or personal statement ACT composite score of 20
17: Minor/major requirements | Same as Admission
18: Location Scholarships Exactly what I'm interested in | How it suits me
19: Bachelors Degree- RN Then specialize in Neonatal
20: Hickman Kiwanis 2 500 Scholarships Essay on what you've done to benefit the community | Scholarships
21: Norris PTO Scholarships Current graduating senior of Norris High School. 2. Has been in the Norris School District for five years, including three years in the elementary school. 3. Planning to attend an accredited university, college, community college, vocational technical school or any other institution of high education. 4. Must complete the Norris Foundation Directors Scholarship application.
22: Leadership Scholarship Sponsored by Norris Student Council Eligibility: Teacher nomination is required 3.5 GPA Plan to attend a two or four year college or university Financial data : One -- $500 scholarship
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