Nurses with Purpose offers sponsorship to a deserving nursing student to attend a medical mission trip to South Africa. Active nursing students in good standing are encouraged to apply. The award is redeemable upon graduating and passing the NCLEX.
Our desire is to draw nursing students into public health by exposure to healthcare abroad. As a graduate nurse develops clinical judgement and skill, we want them to think comprehensively and apply their knowledge in a unorthodox setting. Learning and experiencing first hand that global humanitarian services are important for the betterment of our world.
Qualify by the following:
1. Be enrolled in a undergraduate nursing program *RN or LPN both qualify
2. Be enrolled in a LPN to RN Bridge program *ideal for students on a wait list
2. Completion of Fundamentals / Clinical rotation
3. Fill out the mission trip application *APPLICATION FEE IS WAIVED FOR STUDENTS
4. Nomination letter from a employer, mentor, or educator
You will be notified once your application is received.
Accepting Applications July 20- August 5, 2020
Announcement of Sponsorship Recipient on August 7, 2020
"Volunteer nurses have a special calling to promote health and healing to those that may not have easy access to healthcare. Whether local, or international, volunteer nurses travel to areas where urgent care needs may arise or continual healthcare is needed. Typically, access to clinical facilities are limited to those seeking help. We advocate for the ones suffering, their families, and communities alike. We not only use our clinical judgment but we infuse them with belief, hope and prayer. We do not discriminate against any group or religion but come wholeheartedly for those in need." Elaine
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2019 Rutgers College New Jersey
Emily Ndaba is the grandmother to Nurses with Purpose founder, Elaine Ndaba-Alston. It is our honor to continue her legacy through the sponsorship program which allows a nursing student to participate in a medical mission in the home country of South Africa; the birthplace of Elaine and where nurse Emily began her career. Nurse Emily broke may boundaries in an apartheid nation. Being a black nurse to work at one of the most prestigious hospitals at the time showed hard work and dedication to the profession. Her compassion extended outside of the hospital gates into her own home by taking care of the ill.
By becoming a sponsorship recipient not only speaks volumes of a future nurse but also carries a legacy of a family who cared for the sick and vulnerable even when they were volunteering.
Your support and contributions will enable us to continue to introduce humanitarian service and outreach to a deserving future nurse. This creates a brand of nurse that is highly intuitive to the processes of nursing globally. We hope to curate individuals to meet the needs of others culturally, spiritually and holistically through the power of giving back in public health. Your generous donation will fund sponsorship for the nursing student to participate in global outreach.