Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Meet Savannah Britain: Red Cross Trained Nurse Assistant

Savannah Britain (far right) with her classmates.
(Left to right: Lachelle Mitchem, Picola Johnson, Britney Volyes, Boniface Kimathi, Sabrina Goodman, Rhonda Devereux, Savannah Britain)
Smyrna resident, Savannah Britain, graduated high school a year early and really didn’t know what she wanted to do with her career and her future.  After discovering the Red Cross Nurse Assistant Training course advertised online, she attended the weekly information session the very next week at the Nashville Area Chapter of the American Red Cross.  A Ford scholarship recipient, Britain maintained straight A’s throughout the entire course.
“I am so proud and excited to work in the medical field and I hope that once I get a job as a Certified Nurse Assistant, I can begin to save money to go to nursing school to become a Registered Nurse,” said Britain.  “I have found my calling thanks to this program and I am so grateful to the Red Cross and my instructors for making this possible!”

Britain graduated in the May 2014 class for the Red Cross Nurse Assistant Training course in Nashville along with six other classmates. 
If you are interested in learning more about this exciting opportunity, please note that all potential students are required to attend an information session as a prerequisite to enrollment. Information sessions are held:  Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. 2201 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee.  Sessions last approximately an hour, and potential students are under no obligation to enroll. Attendees should bring a pen or pencil, paper to take notes and a list of questions for the presenter.

At the Red Cross, we believe in our students and their ability to succeed. When you are accepted into a Red Cross Nursing Education Program, you can be assured that you will leave with the skills you need to succeed in today’s workforce. You will also leave with the new found confidence that comes from achieving your career goals.

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