Long after the final test is taken and your graduation cap has been tossed in the air, you may find your thoughts wandering to friends you made and acquaintances you met during your education.
As new responsibilities and commitments may pull you in different directions, it can be difficult to stay connected and keep in touch with your classmates. Moreover, you may find yourself wondering if it’s even necessary to do so. It might take a little extra effort to maintain those connections post-graduation, but staying in touch with classmates provides many benefits, both personally and professionally.
Chamberlain graduate Tess Fareri, RN, BSN, is the kind of nurse that patients and families remember long after their hospital stay. Her compassionate and caring approach has helped her stand out as an extraordinary nurse, for which she’s won two highly-respected awards within her first 18 months as an RN. READ MORE
The country’s 74,000 school nurses are charged with helping maintain a healthy, thriving student body throughout the school year.1 However, the nationwide average ratio of school nurse to students is 1 to 1,150, which is higher than the 1-to-750 ratio recommended by the National READ MORE
U.S. Military Nurse Capt. Tonita Smith, RN, MSN, began her journey as a licensed practical nurse in the military. While serving, she obtained her BSN and MSN at Chamberlain College of Nursing. Today, she is an active-duty Army Captain, stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. READ MORE
For Chamberlain College of Nursing alumna Bunmi Cordero, RN, it was the moment that everything fell into place. While sitting in new-employee orientation, she received word that she had passed the NCLEX. READ MORE