Navy Nurse Candidate Program | allnurses

The Nurse Candidate Program provides a monthly stipend for full-time students in accredited Bachelor of Science Nursing programs accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) or the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc (NLNAC).

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The Army Nurse Candidate Program was established by the U.S. Army Health Care Team for undergraduate students pursuing a BSN from an accredited institution. You’ll get a $5,000 bonus when you begin the program and an additional $5,000 at graduation. There is also a monthly stipend of $1,000 during those months you are enrolled in a full-time nursing program accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education or National League for Nursing.


Army Nurse Candidate Program | Discover Nursing

Nurse Candidate Program < College Scholarships

Recent baccalaureate degree graduates who attended a Navy NC pipeline baccalaureate program while in an active duty status (NROTC, STA-21, Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program/MECP, or Nurse Candidate Program/NCP) may be appointed before licensure, but must take the NCLEX to become a registered professional nurse at the first opportunity.