LPNs, if you missed our webinar, no worries. We've got you covered! Here's the video of the recorded webinar and a list of all the questions asked. And if you still have questions, just click on the "Speak to an advisor" button at the end of this post and get all of your questions answered.
2019 graduate student leadership award recipient and spring 2019 graduate Christine Foote-Lucero has been a licensed registered nurse for 17 years and a Forensic Nurse Examiner (FNE) for the past decade at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) in Aurora, Colorado. Her work puts her in direct contact with patients who have endured great trauma in the form of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and human trafficking.
What is your educational background, and what certifications do you have relevant to your program? I earned two associate degrees from Mount Wachusett Community College (MWCC) in Gardner, one is in general studies with a health track and my second is an associate degree in nursing. After graduating, I worked as a registered nurse for about a year in long-term care. I decided to go back for my bachelor's at Fitchburg State University, because I knew it would open up even more opportunities for career advancement.
Are you a new or veteran music educator? Are you looking for a place to receive practical professional development that you can use right away in your classroom and as part of your music curriculum? Are you looking for a place to share your ideas and hear other ideas you can implement in your music program? If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, then this new course offered through Graduate and Continuing Education at Fitchburg State is designed for you!
Tell us about yourself.
My name is Carolyn Buckley and I just finished my first year with cohort two in the M.Ed. in Education, 5-12 program. I live in Greenfield, MA with my fiancé, Marcus, and two stepchildren, Trevor and Jacqueline, ages 15 and 13. I love to read, play Tetris, and travel. I am a sixth and seventh grade math teacher at Greenfield Commonwealth Virtual School. Between working full-time and tutoring part-time, my family’s activities keep me busy. Trevor plays football and runs both winter and spring track and Jackie plays soccer and is on the cheer squad. My family is my biggest cheerleader; their support keeps me grounded and drives me to succeed.
Tell us about yourself.My name is Nydia Leger, and I am currently in my fifth
Are you interested in returning to school to complete your bachelor's degree or earn a master’s degree, but can’t find the time to come to campus or make a phone call during the work day? We’ve got you covered during webinar week!
When advising students we often hear “If you don’t mind my asking”. Typically accompanying that statement are questions that students feel are embarrassing to ask and don’t want to bring up. As advisors we’re here to answer any and all questions you have, so of course we don’t mind your asking, we encourage you to ask as many questions as you want. The following are the top 5 questions you’re afraid to ask, but should be asking first!