See how your career possibilities in healthcare are endless
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that from 2012 to 2022 healthcare support occupations will grow 28.1 percent. This makes healthcare one of the fastest growing industries in America.
With that in mind, now is the time to invest in your education and your future career. At Labouré College, you will learn through a combination of theory and hands-on skills training from dedicated faculty who are experts in their discipline. By the time you graduate, you will be prepared and confident to enter the healthcare field.
Labouré's unique RN-BSN format combines the flexibility of online learning with the invaluable experience of on-campus interaction with faculty and fellow nurses.
Labouré's program was recognized for "excellence in nursing education", its "flexibility" and "accommodating the needs of the working student" by RNtoBSN.org.
Preparing students for careers in healthcare is our sole focus. With dedicated faculty, small class sizes, and innovative curriculum your opportunities are wide open. Choosing a schedule that fits your life is easy with both day and evening programs and flexible scheduling in online and on-campus formats.
“I chose Labouré because of its great reputation in the Boston area. I wanted to become a nurse because it’s something I feel good about. I’ve always been a people person... and I like my job because I know I’m making a difference in people's lives.”
- Dan McGlone, RN, Labouré graduate
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