The additions to our faculty at the new Cleveland nursing program, as well as our relationships with Ohio hospitals and health care facilities, help us to understand the soft skills needed to help students stand out in the workplace.
Cleveland, OH (Vocus/PRWEB) March 28, 2011
Hondros College is proud to announce expansion of its 1+1 nursing program to the Cleveland, Ohio area. Classes will commence in Cleveland July 2011.
“We are very excited about this expansion of our nursing program,” Hondros College’s Penni Lynn-Rolen, associate dean for the Cleveland campus, said. “We strongly encourage prospective students to visit the campus and learn about the program, curriculum, schedule, cost, financial options and everything in between.”
The 1+1 nursing program at Hondros College provides flexibility and options for students working toward their career goals. This unique approach to education provides an alternative to traditional four-year degrees, and gives the student more flexibility to fit school and work into their life.
Students new to nursing will enter level 1, or the PN Program, and complete that program in approximately one year. Upon successful completion, students may choose to enter the workforce as an LPN, or take their career to the next level by entering the ADN program to earn an RN license. If students move onto the RN program, level II, they can complete the program in an additional six quarters, meaning students could earn their RN license in two and a half years. Students who already have an LPN license can step directly into the RN program and complete their education in approximately six quarters (depending on prior education and classes that may transfer).
Joining the Hondros College team and leading the nursing program in Cleveland is Associate Dean Penni Lynn-Rolen. Prior to joining Hondros College, Lynn-Rolen was the Director of the Huron Schools for Nursing in the Cleveland Clinic System. Lynn-Rolen is also the President Elect for the Ohio League for Nursing.
Hondros College also welcomes Barb Szigeti as campus director for the Cleveland campus. Szigeti was previously with Huron School of Nursing.
“The additions to our faculty at the new Cleveland nursing program, as well as our relationships with Ohio hospitals and health care facilities, help us to understand the soft skills needed to help students stand out in the workplace,” Lynn-Rolen said. “We look forward to helping more students accomplish their career goals in the Hondros College nursing program in Cleveland.”
To learn more about the nursing program at Hondros College, visit http://www.nursing.hondros.edu or call 888-HONDROS.
About Hondros College
Hondros College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Career Colleges and Schools, and is approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing and the State Board of Career Colleges and Schools.
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