Here’s a catch 22 you might be familiar with. Many adults who haven’t completed their undergraduate education reach a plateau in their careers that can only be overcome by having a degree. Continue reading
Shouldn’t there be a way for colleges to recognize the significant knowledge that adult students have acquired at other institutions of higher learning and outside of the classroom, however long ago the knowledge was gained? At Linfield, there is. In fact, we champion our Adult Degree Program students earning college credit for their prior learning experiences! Continue reading
When you’re interviewing for a nursing position, you’ll most likely be asked about your skills and experience, your training, and your interests. This will differ depending on the situation, whether it is your first job after becoming licensed as a Registered Nurse or a career ladder opportunity that builds on your experience and advanced education as a Registered Nurse. With either situation it is important for interviewees to put their best foot forward and outline their qualifications in as much detail as possible. Below you will find some of the most pertinent preparation tips for Registered Nurses, whether they are seasoned nurses or just starting out in their career.