OJC Press Release ID: 2669

Monday, June 5, 2017


Johnson-Beauchamp receives Colorado Nursing Assoc. Scholarship
 
Members from the Colorado Nursing Association recently met in La Junta to award scholarships to two area graduating nurses: Caitlin Johnson-Beauchamp, Otero Junior College, and Kourtney Stroud, Colorado State University-Pueblo. 

Johnson-Beauchamp will begin work at the Arkansas Valley Regional Medical Center on the Medical-Surgical unit once she has passed her RN examination. She plans to begin work toward her bachelor’s degree at Grand Canyon University, with a final goal to become a nurse anesthetist.

The Colorado Nurses Association is the professional organization representing all of Colorado’s Registered Nurses. It’s mission reads: Strong together to advance the profession of nursing to improve health for all. One focus is to aid in the development of continuing education activities designed to improve the professional practice of nursing and/or the professional development of nurses.

For more information about the Nursing program at Otero Junior College, go to http://www.ojc.edu/academics/academicprograms/associatenursing.aspx or email information@ojc.edu .

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Caitlin Johnson-Beauchamp, a 2017 graduate of OJC’s Nursing program, receives a Colorado Nursing Association scholarship to continue her education. Pictured are (l-r): Ruth de Palma, faculty at CSU-P; Kourtney Stroud, another CNA scholarship recipient from CSU-P; Tejana Cox, OJC nursing faculty; Diane McElroy, Director of Nursing at OJC; Johnson-Beauchamp; Kathy Carpenter, secretary of the CNA; and Lori Rae Hamilton, President of CNA District 4.