Doctors Without Borders offers exciting opportunities for you to travel, learn and use your skills to serve underserved communities around the world. A majority of your work abroad will involve training and managing local nurses and community health workers. You get to practice your leadership training by working in supervisory roles, organizing medical campaigns, initiating training programs or run a specialized care center such as a feeding center.
Nursing: the Perfect Career for Non-Traditional Students
You’ve spent the first part of your adult life working hard. Getting a degree after high school just wasn’t in the cards for your life. Maybe you took a few classes after graduating, but never had the chance to finish. Life happened, and you had to be responsible to meet those demands. Or, maybe you just didn’t know what you wanted to do right after high school. After a period of time, it just seemed too late to go back to school.
Transitioning from one career field to another can be a difficult process. Learning new skills and leaving old work habits behind can make the change extremely difficult. This can be especially true if you’ve decided to leave your current job to begin a new career in nursing.
Too many career choices out there today leave job searchers with a limited field of employment opportunities to choose from. When students finish up their educational training, the impending realization of student loan repayment can pale next to the struggle of finding employment in a limited job market.