My Values as a Future Nurse

Jordan Walker

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)

The NDMU School of Nursing has instilled in me six valued ends that have transformed my practice as a future nurse: Presence, Praxis, Scholarship, Leadership, Advocacy, and Self-Care. By remaining in the present moment during client care, using evidence-based practice, and advocating for underserved populations, I can maximize optimal health for each individual and ensure safety in the clinical setting. What's Next for Jordan: University of Maryland Medical Center - Adult Psychiatry

Can't Wait to Be a Nurse

Elizabeth Schachterle

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)

NDMU’s School of Nursing has prepared me with amazing professors and clinical instructors that have taught and demonstrated holistic nursing care. I can’t wait for the moment I will walk into a patient’s room and be able to say, “Hi. My name is Lizzie, and I’ll be your nurse today." What's Next for Elizabeth: Medstar St. Mary’s Hospital - Intensive Care Center

Support for My Success

Carrie Naylor

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Business

NDMU provided me with dedicated teachers and faculty members that have supported my academic desires and career goals. Their efforts and genuine concern for my success have contributed to all my achievements and most importantly, I have learned through their example. What's Next for Carrie: Audit Associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers

The Skills and Confidence to Succeed

Megan Wood

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Religious Studies

NDMU has helped me develop the skills and confidence I need to succeed at anything I do. I look forward to moving closer to achieving my dream of becoming a counselor. What's Next for Megan: Therapeutic Support Staff (TSS) at Pennsylvania Counseling Services

An Experience Beyond Clinical Skill

Mercedes Venzen

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)

My Notre Dame experience has allowed me to see that nursing is so much more than clinical skill. Because of this program I am a more caring, respectful, well-rounded individual. What's Next for Mercedes: Johns Hopkins Hospital - Cardiac Care Unit

Dual Master Program in Early Intervention & Neuroeducation at University of Barcelona, Spain

Maria del Pilar Munoz

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Education

In the field of education, you never stop learning and you will learn from your students as well. I am looking forward to my master’s degree and being able to share all of my knowledge with my students to help them succeed. I want my students to remember me as someone who changed their life and as a role model.

A Strong Foundation for Nursing

Maci Zellers

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)

I have learned how to think critically and take accountability for all of my actions and decisions. I feel that the training and background knowledge I have learned at Notre Dame provides with me a good foundation to making a good nurse. What's Next for Maci: University of Maryland - St. Joseph Medical Center in Labor & Delivery

Well Prepared to Pursue My Passion

Lauren Romagnano

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

English, Drama

Through both the rigorous academic pathways and the extensive connections that the drama program has provided, I'm well prepared to enter a field that is focused solely on my favorite area of Shakespeare's theatre. What's Next for Lauren: Mary Baldwin University, Master’s Program Shakespeare & Performance Dual Masters in Literature & Fine Arts

Hands On Learning Opportunities

Kelsey Schmidbauer

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)

The clinical cases, patient simulations and clinical hours in the Notre Dame Nursing School Program helped to build my confidence and prepare me for real life situations that I will face during my career. What's Next for Kelsey: University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore

Courage to Step Outside of My Comfort Zone

Jane Lebherz

Alum, NDMU Class of 2017

Nursing (Entry-Level BSN)

Since beginning my college experience at Notre Dame, I have been willed to step out of my comfort zone continuously. The courage that it takes to move out of my comfort zone will follow me into my Registered Nurse position on the NICU as I care for some of the tiniest, most unstable patients the hospital holds. What's Next for Jane: Johns Hopkins Hospital - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit