Train At Pine Rest

Nursing Student Academy

Academy For Nursing Students

Pine Rest Academy for Nursing Students is partnering with local universities to provide up to $10,000 in tuition assistance per semester (up to $40,000 total) for each student accepted into the academy. In return, the student agrees to work at Pine Rest during nursing school and for two years after being licensed by the State of Michigan.

Academy Highlights

  • Dedicated mentorship
  • Personal and professional development events
  • Paid, flexible schedule direct patient care experience while attending school
  • Cohort community in the workplace focused on new and emerging nurse professionals
  • Certifications and specialized trainings available

Program Details

  • Academy applicants must be accepted in a nursing program at a partner college or university and remain in good standing in the nursing program
  • Student must accept a position with Pine Rest while in school; roles are available on a part time, full time and per diem basis
  • Agree to two years of employment with Pine Rest upon graduation and licensure

Requirements

Academy applicants must be accepted in a nursing program at a partner college or university and remain in good standing in the nursing program. Student must accept a position with Pine Rest while in school; roles are available on a part time, full time and per diem basis. Must agree to two years of employment with Pine Rest upon graduation and licensure.

Participating Colleges and Universities

The individual must stay employed at Pine Rest during the four-year period.

Apply Now

We only accept applications for nursing students currently enrolled or accepted into a participating college or university. If you do not currently qualify but have questions about the program, please send an email to talentacquisition@pinerest.org

NURSING ACADEMY

VIRTUAL INFORMATION SESSIONS

2nd Friday of the Month 

Noon – 1:00 PM

Virtual Information Session events are made possible thanks to the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity’s Office of Employment and Training.