Hispanics in Nursing
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) is profiling Hispanic nurses in a new radio campaign -- Carreras en Enfermería / Hispanics in Nursing -- to spark the interest of persons looking for rewarding and fulfilling career opportunities to grow professionally as a nurse.


Volunteer to learn about nursing

Strong and empowering women

Battling anxiety

Grow as an individual

Not just a job

Creating a healthy community

Network of Support

Edwin Holiday Spirit

Nursing is Tough

Nursing Misconceptions

Peer Inspiration

Taking these classes in high school will give you a head start on your
Nursing Prerequisites in college:

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Why do we need more Hispanic Nurses?

Out of the 3,000,000 registered nurses in the U.S., Hispanics represent only 3.6% even though Hispanics make up 17% of the U.S. population. Many Hispanic students and parents are not aware of the multiple opportunities that exist in the nursing fields.