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Hoffman Accepted Into Wayne State RHOP

February 21, 2021

Lauryn Hoffman has been accepted into the Wayne State RHOP. RHOP stands for Rural Health Opportunities Program, and is a cooperative program between Wayne State College and the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) to provide individuals who are committed to return to rural Nebraska and practice healthcare. This scholarship is full tuition to Wayne State, and gives guaranteed admission at UNMC. Lauryn is also receiveing a scholorship from Wayne State for track, and will most likely be competing in mid distance with the 400m and 200m dash. When asked what 

When asked what Lauryn's future plans are once she responded, "After completing the two-year undergraduate program at Wayne State, I will attend UNMC’s College of Nursing program. After two years there I will receive my Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from UNMC and will be qualified to take the NCLEX-RN to gain my licensure for nursing. I’m excited to see where this path takes me, I’m interested in Pediatric and Oncology nursing, and I am open to the option of continuing my education to become a nurse practitioner."

Way to go Lauryn! - Interviewed and written by Elizabeth Holmberg

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