N.J. program pays tuition for nurses who become faculty

07/20/2009 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

The New Jersey Nursing Initiative will pay tuition for 46 master's and doctoral nursing students this fall, part of a $22 million program aimed at preventing a critical shortage of nurses in the state. Once students graduate, they agree to become nursing instructors at a New Jersey college for at least three years.

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