Nursing Program Information Sessions and
Health Career Planning Sessions

Nursing student reading

Atlantic Cape offers opportunities, each semester, for those interested in allied health programs to learn about the program requirements, courses, and current/future job potential -- plan to attend the College-Wide Open House, Nursing Program Info Session, and/or a Health Career Planning Session.  View the content design, for each session, stated below.

Nursing Program Information Session

Focuses on details of the nursing profession and Atlantic Cape's RN program including the competitive entry process. Attendance at an Information Session is strongly recommended but not required for admission to the program.

  • Tuesday, March 27th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
    Mays Landing Campus, Walter Edge Theater (C-Building)
  • includes a tour of state-of-the-art simulation laboratory

Informal Discussion Includes:

  • How is the competition really structured?
  • What if you're not selected when you expected?
  • How are you preparing for the entry exam?
  • Are you an LPN, current and practicing?
  • How can you benefit from "simulation" in our top notch labs?
  • How do you visualize the program and your career path including RN-to-BSN?

To register, please email Glenda Stogel at stogel@atlantic.edu or call 609-343-5048 and leave your name, number of guests attending, and session selected on the voicemail recording. Please arrive at least 15-20 minutes before the start time to sign in and collect materials. Attendees will have the option to tour the state-of-the-art Nursing Simulation Lab at the end of the presentation (strongly encouraged!).  Presenters will be available upon conclusion for additional questions.

Facilitator: Glenda Stogel, College Recruiter, Atlantic Cape Admissions Office

Health Career Planning Session

This session will review regional training and career options, explore employment and educational opportunities, and provide information about entry-level positions through advanced technical training and degree programs. Students interested in Radiologic Technology, Biomedical Science, Health Science, and/or Nursing are encouraged to attend, as well as those entering the career ladder with certificate training programs offered at the Health Professions Institute through the College's Workforce Development department.

  • Wednesday, April 18th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 
    Mays Landing Campus, Room C3 (C-Building)
  • includes a tour of state-of-the-art simulation laboratory

Informal Discussion Includes:

  • Clarify format, locations, competition, and expectations of the training required to enter or advance in health care professions from entry-level to advanced specializations, with suggestions for reaching success.
  • Review roles and responsibilities within various job titles and fields
  • Explore training options and/or alternative career routes and career ladders
  • Focus on details of Atlantic Cape's AAS degree programs in Nursing, and Radiologic Technology, as well as certificate training programs offered through the College's Workforce Development department.

To register, please email Glenda Stogel at stogel@atlantic.edu or call 609-343-5048 and leave your name, number of guests attending, and session selected on the voicemail recording. Please arrive at least 15-20 minutes before the start time to sign in and collect materials. Attendees of the Mays Landing Campus event will have the option to tour the state-of-the-art Nursing Simulation Lab at the end of the presentation (strongly encouraged!).  Presenters will be available upon conclusion for additional questions.

Facilitator: Glenda Stogel, College Recruiter, Atlantic Cape Admissions Office

 

Your Path to Nursing and Health Careers with Atlantic Cape

Specifically for high school students, this combines info from both the Nursing and Health Careers sessions. Juniors and seniors at area high schools and their families are invited.

  • Tuesday, March 13th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
    Mays Landing Campus, Room C3 (C-Building)
  • includes a tour of state-of-the-art simulation laboratory

Recommended for high school students planning to pursue Nursing, Radiologic Technology, BioMedical Science, and Health Science.  Also useful for those taking prerequisites for transfer to unique allied health programs offered elsewhere, considering options in related fields (example: Dental Hygiene, Nuclear Medicine, Occupational Therapy, and more). Atlantic Cape will give you a great start, for a solid pathway to a satisfying “in demand” career.  Also available are technical certification programs for entry level employment (could be a “first step”). 

This Session highlights the nursing profession, competitive entry to this RN program, and readily adding the BSN.  We will showcase the unique AAS degree in Radiologic Technology in partnership with the Shore Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology (excellence since 1993).   Learn about access to an array of needed allied health professions using this foundation as your springboard, review options and plan the transition into college.

Pre-registration for the session is strongly encouraged.  To RSVP, please send an email to stogel@atlantic.edu or call 609-343-5048. When reserving your seat, please provide your name, number of people attending, and indicate the date 3/13 or the “session for High School Students."

Attendees should plan to arrive 5-10 minutes ahead to sign in and collect materials.

Facilitator: Glenda Stogel, College Recruiter, Atlantic Cape Admissions Office