Four CHHS SON Students Receive Scholarships from Greenview Regional Hospital
|Author: Susan Megahee|
Date: Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
Four students from the College of Health and Human Services’ School of Nursing Selected to Receive Scholarships from Greenview Regional Hospital
The School of Nursing in the College of Health and Human Services has announced their recipients of the Greenview Regional Hospital Registered Nurse (RN) Scholarships! Greenview Regional Hospital, located in Bowling Green, KY, offers financial assistance to students who will be graduating from the Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) program at Western Kentucky University (WKU) through a competitive selection process. Scholarships will be offered to students in return of a two-year commitment to work at Greenview Regional Hospital upon graduation.
Applicants are selected based on academic achievement, interviews, employability, and a proven commitment to quality patient care. The recipients of the Greenview Regional Hospital Scholarships are: Preston Gothard of Scottsville, KY; Frankie Hargis of Bowling Green, KY; Brittany Potts of Dawson Springs, KY; and Derrick Scoggins of Bowling Green, KY. All scholarship recipients are seniors, enrolled in their 3rd semester of the BSN Pre-licensure program at WKU.
Pictured: Preston Gothard, Derrick Scoggins, Brittany Potts, and Frankie Hargis
“I am very excited to have received this scholarship,” said scholarship recipient Derrick Scoggins, “I look forward to continue working for Greenview and further my career.”
“I am honored to have received such a blessing and opportunity from a facility such as Greenview,” said scholarship recipient Preston Gothard, “I look forward to what my employment there will bring.”
“My dream has always been to pursue a job in the medical field,” said scholarship recipient Brittany Potts, “I am thankful to have been given the opportunity to become part of the Greenview Hospital team.”
Greenview Regional Hospital is offering scholarships up to $20,000 each to the qualified students that will be graduating from the BSN program at WKU in December of 2016.
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