Androscoggin Dwelling Healthcare + Hospice is happy to announce that Laura Bachelder and Trisha Dubois have been chosen because the 2022 recipients for the Julie Shackley Memorial Scholarship for Nursing Training. This scholarship is accessible to Androscoggin staff wishing to pursue or advance their skilled training in nursing. Chosen attributable to their exemplary demonstration of Androscoggin’s values of integrity, compassion, excellence, and group dedication, Bachelder and Dubois will probably be awarded $2,000 every to be distributed as $1,000 per semester. Throughout its inaugural 12 months in 2021, three Androscoggin staff have been named scholarship recipients: Leann Sebrey, Leanne Pray, and Shauna Lane.
Named in reminiscence of Julie Shackley, R.N., M.S.N., who served because the president and CEO of Androscoggin from 2005-16, Julie was a clinician at coronary heart who spent a few years caring for sufferers, working towards primarily in residence healthcare and hospice, in addition to a driving drive in founding the primary freestanding Hospice Home in Maine. Julie earned her bachelor of science diploma in nursing in 1980 and her grasp of science diploma in Nursing in 1997 from the College of Southern Maine. Julie was an advocate for high quality, skilled growth, having served as Androscoggin’s supervisor of workers growth previous to becoming a member of government management.
A company-wide name for candidates was introduced in February. staff have been required to submit a accomplished utility, a supervisor’s letter of advice, proof of acceptance to or enrollment in an accredited program of nursing training, and a 500-word essay of intent to Androscoggin’s Group Relations and Improvement workplace. The following name for purposes will probably be introduced in late winter/early spring of 2023.
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