Throughout their program, healthcare providers in the area came to BTC to discuss potential job opportunities with the students.
Students participated in an ethical debate in their leadership class to prepare them for potential law suits in the future.
Students concluded their program by reviewing for the NCLEX in a live ATI review. ATI sent an educator to BTC to review NCLEX topics with the students.
In addition to classes and clinicals, students found time to serve the community in different ways. Some donated blood and everyone participated in CMH's disaster preparedness drill where they acted as patients needing medical attention.
Students spent hours at healthcare facilities in the area practicing the skills they learned in their program. They received hands-on experience in the medical field and developed more confidence in themselves as nurses before graduating.