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Recruiters - Schools

Brinda McKinney

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When admitting students into a nursing program at Arkansas State University, faculty and advisors look for students who have good study habits evidenced by their previous scholastic performance. Nursing students need good time management and communication skills. People with a natural tendency toward compassion, and who are caring and honest often find a nursing career very rewarding.

 

Nursing Notes

“In the volunteer role, each volunteer brings their own set of skills to the hospital. I think it was easier for me, because I had been familiar with several of the nurses on the unit where I volunteer. My advice to volunteers is to be yourself and relax into the very satisfying role helping others.”

 

Martha Chamness, RN, MNSC, CPHQ (retired) UAMS volunteer
 
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