I’ve been working with Nurses International for about three years now. After working in clinical nursing for almost 50 years and in Education for the better part of two decades, I am both amazed and grateful for the opportunity to work with Nurses International. It is a full-circle experience for me.
Having cared for patients and then helped educate student nurses for most of my career, the idea of working just for the fun and enjoyment of it became a reality when I began to work with Nurses International. Having the opportunity to work in a faith-based organization where seeking God’s will and assistance in communal prayer is part of every project at NI, and is such a blessing! I have had the opportunity to work with the kindest and most talented individuals who have also become great friends in Christ.
NI Is a place where each person’s talents and ideas are welcomed as part of a valued contribution that achieves great results together. I have had the opportunity to participate in course development, curriculum design, faculty development, policy and procedural development, nursing conferences, professional and spiritual retreats, peer-reviewed journal writing, and missionary work. These activities have been personally enjoyable and professionally satisfying to me, as they give meaning to work that supports nurses around the world with the ultimate goal of sharing the love of Christ with all that we meet.
Nurses International is a non-profit entirely focused on helping nurses obtain the education and the support they need to make a difference in developing nations worldwide.
We connect colleges and institutions with experts who can take their nursing programs to the next level. We help establish new nursing programs where they’re needed most. And we eliminate the barriers that stand between students and education.