STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATION Southwestern Illinois College Student Nurse Association officers gathered recently at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Belleville before the 2017 Health Sciences Pinning Ceremony. Pictured are, from left, Secretary Andrea Hale of Belleville, President Kristin Eveland of Highland, Vice President Renee Rhodes of Belleville and Treasurer Laura Yeager of Waterloo. The SNA offers students an opportunity for professional development, networking, additional training and community outreach. SWIC offers a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing Education. This year, nearly 200 students graduated from SWIC Health Sciences programs.
STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATION Southwestern Illinois College Student Nurse Association officers gathered recently at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Belleville before the 2017 Health Sciences Pinning Ceremony. Pictured are, from left, Secretary Andrea Hale of Belleville, President Kristin Eveland of Highland, Vice President Renee Rhodes of Belleville and Treasurer Laura Yeager of Waterloo. The SNA offers students an opportunity for professional development, networking, additional training and community outreach. SWIC offers a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing Education. This year, nearly 200 students graduated from SWIC Health Sciences programs. Kevin Theole SWIC
STUDENT NURSE ASSOCIATION Southwestern Illinois College Student Nurse Association officers gathered recently at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Belleville before the 2017 Health Sciences Pinning Ceremony. Pictured are, from left, Secretary Andrea Hale of Belleville, President Kristin Eveland of Highland, Vice President Renee Rhodes of Belleville and Treasurer Laura Yeager of Waterloo. The SNA offers students an opportunity for professional development, networking, additional training and community outreach. SWIC offers a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree in Nursing Education. This year, nearly 200 students graduated from SWIC Health Sciences programs. Kevin Theole SWIC

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