¡Hola desde Guatemala! Johns Hopkins nursing students arrived safe and sound in Guatemala City on Saturday, October 18. Ten accelerated BSN nursing students are using their fall break time to provide service to underserved and indigenous communities in San Martín … Read More »
Going into my 5th week of nursing school, I am not a person knowledgeable enough to give advice about how to get into nursing school or how to survive it. However, I did want to take this opportunity to share … Read More »
For years, I enthusiastically perused the various Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing blogs, trying to capture a glimpse into the lives of the current students. I wondered if I, a right-brained musician who was abominably horrid at high school … Read More »
Student Parent…sounds sort of like an oxymoron. You see them all around but may not realize it unless you catch a peek at his iPad background image or her lucky kid-krafted bracelet. Some may seem slightly preoccupied, but most are … Read More »
Disney’s Toy Story 3 was the very first movie we’ve ever owned for our kids. Our now 4 year old absolutely loved the opening Train Hero scene and went ballistic every time he watched Buzz and Woody save the day! … Read More »
I attended 3 Open Houses at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing over the span of five years before I gathered the courage to apply. When I finally applied and returned for Accepted Students Day and New … Read More »
Today marked 100 Days of the Bring Back Our Girls calamity. Yes, even though pop culture has stopped flashing signs and the media has gone on to bigger and better things, those 200+ girls–yes, fellow human beings–are still at large. … Read More »
Those immortal words were spoken by a high school student touring our nation’s capitol the same day our group was in DC to meet Rep. Christensen (VI). It was just right after a spring deluge that wiped out roads and … Read More »
Dental Hygiene- Christa breaking the hearts of an entire first grade classroom by educating the students on what their favorite drinks did to their teeth.
The first thing you will notice upon entering Clema Lewis’s, the director of the Women’s Coalition of St. Croix, office in Christiansted are the elephants. Small elephants in various forms line the bookshelves, hang from the curtain rods and clutter … Read More »
This is a thank you note for all those who donated their resources and efforts to our endeavors in St. Croix.
Through our well-established partnership with USVI Lutheran Social Services, they requested us to bring them donations of school supplies for … Read More »