In the summer of 2012, Jessica Hawk and her husband found themselves asking what many working adults do every day: How could they find the time—and the money—for her to go back to school to gain the education and skills to improve their lives? To complicate the situation, the Hawks,

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" The WGU Nursing program has an innovative competency-focused education that prepares nurse leaders to utilize their knowledge, technical skills, and individual attributes to support and promote physical, mental, environmental, and spiritual well-being ." – Dr. Linda MacIntyre, Chief Nurse, The American Red Cross. As one of the fastest-growing fields

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