Nursing Viewbook - Page 5

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR NURSES The demand for nurses is continually growing, and a nursing career offers various paths and specialties to explore. Whether you’re working with the elderly, assisting with the birth of newborns, or educating future generations of nurses, there are countless opportunities to make a difference in patients’ lives. Please note that some of these specialties require additional educational requirements in addition to a BSN. • Registered Nurse (RN) • Cardiac Nurse • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) • Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) • Critical Care Nurse • Emergencey Room Nurse • Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) • Geriatric Nursing • Perioperative Nurse (Surgical/OR Nurse) • Mental Health Nurse • Neonatal Nurse • Nurse Educator • Nurse Manager • Nurse Midwife • Nurse Practitioner • Nursing Administrator • Oncology Nurse • Orthopedic Nurse • Pediatric Nurse • Public Health Nurse • Travel Nurse • And more! STUDENT SUCCESS Maria Sansom earned her BSN degree from GMercyU in May 2019. While juggling nursing studies, extracurriculars, and service activities, she also: • Participated in GMercyU’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. There, her group worked in shelters for survivors of domestic abuse and other dire situations. Additionally, Maria took part in the Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic and provided basic care to residents in the bateys along with peer students guided by nursing faculty. • Created a nonprofit called Baby Bundles, which provides disadvantaged expectant mothers with the basic necessities that so many take for granted. Each “bundle” is packaged beautifully, designed to celebrate new lives with joy and honor. • Won the 2019 Alumni Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Student TODAY: Maria currently works as a nurse at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).