The Kellogg Community College Foundation is pleased to announce the availability of a new nursing scholarship made possible through the generosity of local resident Bernita Bartlett.
The Bernita Bartlett Endowed Nursing Scholarship provides a yearly scholarship to a student studying nursing at Kellogg Community College. This scholarship is open to all full- and part-time students, regardless of residency. Students must have a minimum 3.0 grade-point average.
Bartlett established the scholarship in memory of her mother, Mildred Hammer, who had a great interest in the nursing profession.
Recently, members of the KCC nursing instructional staff and students welcomed Bartlett to KCC’s North Avenue campus, where she observed nursing students demonstrating procedures in the college’s simulation lab. She was presented a certificate of appreciation by then-President Dr. Dennis Bona.
The KCC Foundation has awarded more than 350 scholarships for the 2015-16 academic year, promoting the mission to enhance the quality of education while building stronger communities. Thanks to Bartlett’s generosity, students have even more opportunities to reach their educational goals.
For more information on scholarship opportunities or to apply for the Bernita Bartlett Endowed Nursing Scholarship for the 2016-17 academic year, call 269-965-4161 or visit www.kellogg.edu/foundation.
Pictured with a “patient” simulation manikin in one of KCC’s nursing simulation labs in the above photo are, from left to right, 2015 KCC Nursing graduate Hannah Smith, 2015 KCC Nursing graduate Jessica Harper, KCC Nursing clinical and simulation instructor Lisa Zimmer, KCC Nursing professor Dr. Debra Buck, 2015 KCC Nursing graduate Elizabeth Wagner and scholarship donor Bernita Bartlett.
A high-resolution version of the above photo is available for download for use by the media from www.dropbox.com/s/wbx4x6ihrxpl11j/DSC_4270.jpg?dl=0.
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