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Explore Nursing Career Options Through prep2practice™

Studies show nursing career options in the states are expected to increase as the existing experienced nursing population ages and retires, and the general population ages and requires more healthcare services. Nurses are important to the healthcare system because they improve the quality of human life around the clock, 24-hours a day, seven-days a week, 365-days a year.

Explore a career in nursing by utilizing prep2practiceTM, an online tool job-shadowing tool helping businesses and schools connect students to real-life career exploration opportunities. 

What Does it Take to be a Nurse? 

Nursing is a challenging and rewarding career that takes a keen mind, determination and the desire to make a difference. Nursing also takes critical thinking, problem solving, interpersonal skills, flexibility and a strong background in mathematics and science. Nursing career options can be very rewarding with many opportunities for advancement. A nurse’s knowledge of disease and illness is blended with the most up-to-date technologies and a caring approach to restore and maintain the health of an individual or family. 

Learn More About Nursing Career Options

There are a variety of nursing career options available.

  • Registered nurses can earn a diploma, associates or Bachelor's degree. 
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) are graduates from an accredited school of nursing and provide basic nursing care under the supervision of a physician or a registered nurse. 
  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) hold at least a master’s degree in their area of practice, and may be classified as Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS), Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA), Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM) or Nurse Practitioners (NP). 
  • Nursing assistants have a supportive role in the healthcare industry. Typical nursing assistant tasks include bathing, dressing, or assisting with hygienic needs, serving meals and feeding patients, moving patients to and from treatment rooms or assisting them to walk, and observing patient’s physical, mental and emotional condition and reporting changes to the nurse or medical staff. 

Learn about nursing schools in Cleveland, Ohio and beyond. 

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