So just what is it that makes a continued education so valuable in the nursing field? As part of National Nurses Week, we asked WGU’s Facebook fans to tell us, in 25 words or less, why a highly educated nurse is an excellent nurse. Read on to see what our students had to say.
For WGU online nursing master’s degree student Gladys Adjei-Poku of Sandy, Utah, health and healthcare have been a passion for decades. "Loving people – it’s the reason you live, to love people,” she says.
The folks over at OnlineSchools.com recently had some good questions about WGU’s unique model. They invited our own Pat Partridge to answer those questions in a two-part series of articles discussing the quality of online education provided at WGU.
The WGU Career Compass is a webinar series that covers resume writing, interviewing, and networking. The remaining half-hour webinars will be held on three Tuesdays in April 2012 at two different times: at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. MT. Students and graduates are welcome to select from among the webinars that relate to their career needs or attend all four webinars