National College Degree Gets Graduate Closer to Goal of Becoming a Nurse
Oct 29, 2012
Brandi Adkins was working part-time for a restaurant when she decided set new career goals for herself. She came to National College based on recommendations from some of her customers. They told her about National’s small class sizes and its instructors that give personal one-on-one attention. Having already been interested in the medical field, she enrolled in the Bristol Campus’s medical assisting associate’s degree program.
“I am a single mom with three small children and really felt that an education in the medical field would help my family,” said Brandi. After she graduated from National, she decided she wasn’t done accomplishing her career goals in nursing.
Brandi enrolled in the bachelor of nursing program at King College. Because of the credits* she earned at National College, Brandi will be graduating with her bachelor’s degree in just two short years. “National College really prepared me for being a [nursing] student at King College,” says Brandi. “Although I miss the small class sizes, I am very excited about taking the next step to achieve my career goals.”
After Brandi Adkins (pictured) receives her bachelor’s degree, she plans to continue her education for a master’s degree in nursing to become a Nurse Practitioner.
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