Educational Support:Grow At NMC

Purpose: We grow at NMC by embracing our heart, mind and body and
ultimately create wisdom for each other and those we serve.

Core Value: Learning

Educational Support

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Tuition Assistance 

We have multiple opportunities for our employees to have educational growth here at NMC. Click above for more detailed information on all of the options that you have.

Click Here for the employee educational benefits & tuition assistance summary.

  • Academy Programs
  • Tuition Assistance Program
  • Advanced Degree Support
  • Tuition Exchange Programs
  • Scholarships
  • Discounts

 

The Division of Professional Development

At Nebraska Methodist College we offer health professionals the opportunity to maintain and enhance professional competency with the highest quality continuing education and professional development programming and the most up to date clinical information.

Our goal is to provide educational opportunities to improve the practice of today’s professionals, while helping them work towards achieving the goals of tomorrow.

Click Here for main Professional Development website.

 

Continuing Education

The Division of Professional Development Continuing Education offers year-round opportunities for enhancing your professional knowledge and skills. CE hours are given for multiple disciplines including nursing, social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, mental health practitioner, and more! Speakers include local, regional, and national experts to ensure that healthcare professionals are receiving the most up to date clinical information.

 

Strengths Based College

We are a strengths based campus. All employees have taken the Clifton Strengthsfinder assessment and work together annually for a refresher on what those strengths mean to them. As well as the below areas:

Self-Awareness
Personal Growth
Increased Leadership

 

Bios of Certified Coaches

(coming soon)

A Story That Matters

As a child growing up, I always wanted to be a teacher. I would hold “class” during the summer for the neighbor kids. I never wanted to be a nurse, even though my mom, Dr. Jean Beyer was a nurse. I can remember faculty, staff, and students coming to our house and start to talk “nursing” and had to leave the room so I didn’t hear all of the gory stories. After a failed marriage and having 2 kids of my own to raise, I thought nursing would provide a good income to raise my kids and became a LPN. As a BSN student at NMC, I had to work full time while taking 10 credit hours of classes per semester. My mom and Dr. Alva Clark had just started a tuition reimbursement program with Methodist Hospital and Methodist Foundation. Remnants of this program continues today. If it wasn’t for the tuition reimbursement program, I would never have been able to complete my BSN or my MSN at NMC. Achieving my MSN-Nurse Educator helped me to achieve my childhood dream of being a teacher. Without NMC I wouldn’t have been able to have the best of both worlds- be a nurse and be a teacher. -Marla Kniewel