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The Student Nurses Organization (SNO) helps prepare student nurses for professional responsibilities and promotes unity among student nurses.
We will collect food for LCC’s Food for Thought food pantry which provides non-perishable food, grab-and-go snacks, and personal care items to students in need.
October 15 - 19, 2018 (Mon-Thurs: noon to 4 pm, Fri: 10 am to noon)
Health & Science Building Room 235
This clinic provided in coordination with Red Devil Wellness, LCC's inclusive well-being program for faculty, staff and students.
Vaccines are free of charge for students and faculty. Please present your employee ID. Please be advised that some people should not receive a vaccine. People who have an allergy to eggs, history of Guillan Barre, current fever/significant illness, or previous adverse or allergic reactions to vaccines may not be eligible for the vaccine in this setting and should consult their doctor if they are interested in receiving a flu shot.
We will put together a community meal in collaboration with Radical Love, a volunteer group that provides nutrient dense meals to homeless and low-income members of our community. We look forward to partnering with them in our volunteer service.
We are committed to providing excellence in nursing education that encompasses critical thinking, competencies in the role of provider of care, manager of care and member in the discipline of nursing, with an emphasis on life-long learning.
We are committed to preparing students to meet the educational requirements for Washington State's MA-C credential, and for national testing at the highest standard.
Second, fifth and ninth, Monday of each quarter at 12:15 pm in the Health & Science Building Room 248.