Carpenter Community Nursing Fellowship Program
The National Nursing Centers Consortium (NNCC) and the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation have partnered to create an innovative Fellowship opportunity. The Fellowship provides current and recently graduated nursing students the education, leadership training, and mentoring opportunities that help build the skills necessary to assume a greater role in community-based care and become leaders in transforming the nursing field.
The 2016 Application Period Is Now Open!
Deadline to apply is 2/5/2016
Click HERE to access the application.
*Please note that the application requires a google account to access*
The Carpenter Community Nursing Fellowship provides an introductory and competitive fellowship program in community-based and public health nursing for current and recently graduated nursing students of all levels. The program will introduce Fellows to newly emerging nursing career opportunities, develop Fellows’ leadership skills, and provide Fellows mentors to support their future career path.
The National Nursing Centers Consortium’s mission is to advance nurse-led health care through policy, consultation, programs and applied research to reduce health disparities and meet people’s primary care and wellness needs. Ensuring a well-prepared workforce of nurses with the skills needed to play an increasingly central role in leading interdisciplinary health care teams is central to our mission.
The Fellowship program is supported by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation. Mrs. Leona B. Carpenter dedicated her life to the field of public health nursing and nurse education and the Foundation continues to provide financial support for community health nursing projects in the communities of Worcester, Massachusetts; Richmond, Virginia; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that support her vision.
At the end of this semester-long program, Fellows will have a better understanding of the career opportunities available for nurses that are outside traditional settings, a mentoring relationship with someone currently working in the field, and an increased sense of their own potential and leadership competence in a workplace setting.
To read a letter from NNCC’s CEO, Tine Hansen-Turton, introducing the program and for a full program outline, please click here
Download an informational flyer here
For more information contact:
Technical Assistance Program Coordinator