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Work/School/Life/Family Balance

By Elizabeth Scala, MSN/MBA, RN Balance. A tricky concept. And maybe one that is never fully achieved. However, we can strive for it… yes, that is right… aim for keeping things in a state of “normal”. I think where most of us struggle is when we attempt to attain somebody else’s state of balance. Think ...

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Self-Care as a Student

Students and self-care do not typically mix. Nursing school is an excellent time to prepare for the real-world nursing job.

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Student Appreciation at Ameritech

Right now, the week of October 16th, we’re in the middle of one of our favorite times of the year! There’s nothing we appreciate more at Ameritech than our healthcare students. That’s why every semester we have Student Appreciation Days when we provide lunch, chair massages, and raffle away prizes for our hardworking students. Obviously, ...

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6 Healthcare-Themed Halloween Costumes

It’s October, so you know what that means: Halloween is on the way, and you need to be prepared. Forget the witch’s hat and set aside the vampire teeth. This year you’ve got Ameritech to help plan a killer costume. You’ll be the star of any school get-together or Halloween party with one of these ...

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Volunteer Opportunities for Healthcare Students

One of the most rewarding aspects of becoming a healthcare professional is volunteering. Healthcare professionals have opportunities to assist in tragedies and disasters, go abroad to serve poorer populations, or help low-income people at home. Lending your skills to those most vulnerable and assisting in dire situations where you’re needed most is often a highlight ...

Why you should consider a trade school

Why You Should Consider a Trade School

Getting done with high school is a great moment for most American students. But, after school’s out and the diploma has been framed and hung on the wall, plenty of newly-minted adults think, “Now what?” College doesn’t have to be the automatic next step after high school. You have options! A trade school or accredited ...