Rich with opportunity
Nursing continues its trajectory as one of the country’s largest growing career fields. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be more than 1 million job openings for registered nurses by 2022. Most employers express a preference for graduates with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, and that number will continue to grow.
Our graduates are employed at world-renowned health care facilities – including the University Hospitals Case Medical Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center – and as nurses in non-hospital settings – including the U.S. Navy and Peace Corps. Hiram nursing alumni are employed in the following states: California, Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon and Pennsylvania.
Pictured: Megan Orosz ’13 proudly wears her Hiram nursing pin every day to work at University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
“There was an overall message, through our assignments and discussions, to constantly learn and look for ways to improve our field. The skills I learned in presenting, collaborating and researching at Hiram are helping me now. I treasure that while learning, I was building relationships with professors and with my classmates. Those relationships made all the difference to me, helping me achieve the knowledge level, grades, advice and job I wanted.”