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Nurse educators are prepared at the master’s or doctoral level and practice as teachers, mentors, and faculty in community colleges, universities, and hospitals and other health care facilities. They work with students studying nursing for the first time as well as experienced nurses pursuing advanced degrees and growing their knowledge and skills.
Nurse educators find their work rewarding as they see students and practicing nurses grow in their skills and knowledge. They have the opportunity to collaborate with other health professionals in the classroom setting as well as the clinical setting.
Nurse educators serve in a variety of roles that range from full time positions to adjunct (part-time) clinical faculty or clinical extenders.
- Nurse educators and faculty may work full time in the college setting or the service setting or in a shared role in both settings.
Contact the Human Resources Department at the hospital or college in your community for further information.
Tuition Assistance Schools of Nursing
Mississippi Nurses Association
The Mississippi Nurses Association
is in the business of taking care of Nursing’s business. MNA is an organization of registered nurses inclusive of staff nurses, advanced practice nurses, nursing educators, nurse managers, school nurses and others who share a common interest in improving and advancing their careers and opportunities in the nursing profession. MNA provides valuable career services, professional development, networking and social events. The Mississippi Nurses’ Association is accredited as a Provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
National League for Nursing
The NLN promotes the professional growth and continuous quality improvement of faculty and nursing education leaders . NLN has given the highest priority to faculty development programs offered in a wide variety of formats and venues. www.nln.org