Holly Rodriquez, Amber Hampton, and Heather Criner
"In partnership with Fayetteville State University, the Hoke County School’s Student Support Services Department will provide clinical placements for three Community Health Nursing Students. They will complete an eight week clinical rotation with our school nurses." -Hoke County Publication.
Our students will also have the opportunity to work along with Ms. Wilburn, National Certified School Nurse, new to Hoke County Public Schools.
Uche Ike, Class of 2009
Sharing lifetime lessons learned not only as a scholarship student but also as an intern who assists the staff in Institutional Advancement with raising funds for the university, he expresses, “I will always be indebted to the university because I received a full scholarship to attend. It is also important to give back to the community because it is made up of the people who shaped you and helped you become who you are. One day, I hope to be in the position to give somebody else the same chances I was given.”
Relay for Life
The Student Nurses' Association (SNA) participated in Cumberland County Relay for Life at Methodist University. Students walked throughout the night and raised over $900 for this worthy cause.
Lisa Williams, Class of 2009
"Honestly, I didn't choose nursing, it chose me. I became a medical specialist in the military, but the events leading up to my deciding to become an Army nurse was too personal and detailed to be coincidental. To make a long story short, like many others, I feel that nursing is a profession that was predestined for me. I feel truly blessed to be able to work in a field that is exciting, humbling, fast-paced and so.....me!