myCNAjobs Opens Next Round of CNA School Scholarships

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myCNAjobs, the fastest growing caregivers and CNA job site, is pleased to announce that entries are now being accepted for the next round of CNA School scholarships, a growing program open to any potential nursing student.

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myCNAjobs is committed to supporting the education of up-and-coming certified nursing professionals in the United States

The CNA scholarship program, with multiple deadlines and entry dates throughout the year, is available for up-and-coming CNA students nationwide. To apply, caregivers join myCNAjobs and submit a short essay of 200-400 words on the key motivators behind furthering their education and seeking a CNA job or career within the nursing field.

Each scholarship is $250 and is often matched by myCNAjobs partner schools throughout the country, bringing the total award to $500. After the recipient is awarded, a myCNAjobs representative will work directly with the student to submit payment to the local CNA school. It's completely free to apply to myCNAjobs and to apply for the scholarship.

"myCNAjobs is committed to supporting the education of up-and-coming certified nursing professionals in the United States," says Brandi Kurtyka, Chief Marketing Officer of myCNAjobs. "Our CNA scholarship program is for students currently pursuing a certified nursing assistant degree with plans to enroll within 60-days of the application deadline date."

Brittney Banks, the May CNA scholarship winner, has graduated from her CNA program and is now joining the ranks of professional Certified Nursing Assistants nationwide.

Entries for the next scholarship are due September 30 and we'll announce the June winner next week. To learn more visit, myCNAjobs CNA Nursing Scholarship or caregiver training center.

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myCNAjobs, a caregiver and CNA recruitment vehicle, is a comprehensive resource to find rewarding work and hire caregivers, home health aides, and certified nursing assistants more effectively.

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