(Des Moines, IA) – Mercy College of Health Sciences student Georgia Jorgensen has been named the recipient of NURSE Corps’ full ride scholarship for the 2018-19 academic year. NURSE Corps is a national program developed to provide care to underserved areas and populations. The Corps offers scholarships to students enrolled in nursing degree programs at accredited institutions. As per the requirements, scholarship recipients must be willing to work in a critical shortage facility in need of caregivers after graduating their programs.
(Des Moines, IA) – Mercy College of Health Sciences has announced a new $900 scholarship for students seeking their certificate or associate degree in Medical Assisting. The scholarship will be awarded each semester to students enrolled full-time and working toward the completion of their Medical Assistant (MA) coursework at Mercy College. A MA is a multi-skilled health professional specifically educated to work in ambulatory settings performing administrative and clinical duties. Mercy College’s three-semester MA program immerses students in actual work settings with a 240-hour clinical practicum preparing students to enter the workforce with the necessary knowledge to be successful. Those enrolling in the Associate of Science in Medical Assisting program will need to complete an additional 25 credit hours to complete their associate degree.
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Mercy College of Health Sciences has been transforming students into healthcare professionals since 1899. Located in downtown Des Moines, Iowa, we offer bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, certificate programs, and continuing education courses.
Mercy College is the only private Catholic college in central Iowa and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), in addition to numerous programmatic accreditors.
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