Long Island's Molloy College was recently ranked by Money magazine as the "#1 Value All-Star" in the United States! Our #1 value rank is based on a variety of factors including the quality of education, affordability, and early alumni success.
What does this mean to your organization? A solid local workforce. Molloy prepares all graduates with a nationally recognized academic foundation, hands-on experience and leadership training to "hit the ground running." Molloy graduates have a vested interest in their own success, your success, as well as Long Island's environmental and economic success! Molloy's core curriculum teaches critical thinking - challenging students to be resourceful, innovative problem-solvers. Molloy students participate in extensive community service developing a lifelong understanding of the importance and rewards of "giving back." Team work experiences on the athletic fields, in group projects, student government, clubs and activities prepare Molloy students for leadership positions- many of whom develop into executive leadership roles in large organizations.
How can Molloy graduates add value to your organization?
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Featured Employer Partners:
Catholic Health Services, South Nassau Communities Hospital, Winthrop-University Hospital and North Shore - LIJ
The Molloy College Student Nursing Association (MNSA) and the Molloy College Career Center hosted the "Careers in Nursing" forum. Human resource and recruiting executives from the area's four 4 major hospital systems (Catholic Health Services, South Nassau Communities Hospital, Winthrop-University Hospital and North Shore - LIJ) presented the students with strategies in securing a nursing position with effective resume writing, professional interviewing skills and the importance of job performance reviews. The nursing students and graduates were also educated on the hospitals' nursing career progression. The hospital representatives emphasized the high demand for nurses with advanced degrees. Molloy College offers seven distinct tracks in our Master of Science degree program in nursing and nine post-master's certificates.
Over 120 Molloy College nursing students and alumni participated in the "Careers in Nursing Forum"
Cheryl Selg, Vice President, MNSA, Kerry Howell, President, MNSA, Sue Preziosi, Nurse Recruiter, Winthrop-University Hospital, Jaime Weitz, Nurse Recruiter, St. Francis Hospital, Denise Baston, Human Resource Director, CHS - Mercy Medical Center, Donna Pandolfi, Director Nurse Recruitment & Retention, HR, South Nassau Communities Hospital and Esther David, Manager, Leadership Mobility, North Shore-LIJ Health System.
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