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Title: MISSISSIPPI YOUTH MENTORSHIP PROGRAM


1
MISSISSIPPI YOUTH MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
  • A Statewide Student Nurse
  • Mentorship Project
  • Mississippi Office of Nursing Workforce

2
The MS Office of Nursing Workforces overall
goal/purpose is to create and sustain a
replicable high school healthcare mentorship
program, designed to primarily generate interest
and subsequently prepare high school students for
a career in the nursing profession. Each
mentorship site is to be a collaborative effort
between the school systems, cooperating
hospitals, ONW, and community colleges and
universities within the targeted community.
The following slides give an overview of the
Meridian Pilot Project. This program provides
steps taken to create the partnership, program
progression, and the outcomes at the end of
program. Additional slides show the evolution of
the Youth Mentorship Project from one pilot
program to where it stands today (2006).
Once you have viewed this presentation, if you
are interested in beginning a mentorship program
in your area, please contact the MS Office of
Nursing Workforce at info_at_monw.org or
601-368-3321.
3
MERIDIAN WIA STUDENT NURSE ACADEMY
  • 2003 Pilot Project
  • Mississippi Office of Nursing Workforce

4
Meridian WIA Student Nurse Academy
  • July 2003
  • ONW began collaboration with Meridian Public
    School District Vocational Work Adjustment
    Project/GED Program
  • Partners were identified
  • Meridian Public School District
  • Rush Foundation Hospital
  • Meridian Community College
  • Twin Districts Workforce Investment Area
  • Mississippi Development Authority
  • Office of Nursing Workforce

5
Academy Goals
  • To teach basic knowledge of health care
    terminology
  • To give an understanding of hospital procedures
  • To provide instruction in providing care and
    assistance to patients

6
  • To provide knowledge of specific skills required
    to pass the Certified Nurse Assistant Examination
  • To provide information about nursing and other
    health-related professions
  • To give opportunities for personal career
    evaluation

7
Academy Progression
  • Fall 2003
  • Recruitment of qualified participants from
    Meridian High School and Meridian WIA program
  • Conducted personal interviews
  • Collected written essays
  • Selection of 20 eligible participants

8
Academy Progression
  • January 2004
  • Two 7-week class sessions began with RN
    Instructor at Rush Foundation Hospital
  • 10 students per session
  • Met after school
  • Two days per week for class activities, job
    shadowing, life skills
  • training, and work experience

9
Academy Progression
  • May 2004
  • GRADUATION!!!
  • All 20 Academy participants successfully
    completed Mentorship Academy requirements
  • Graduation luncheon and certificate of completion
    presentation

10
Certified Nurse Assistant Program
  • GOALS
  • At least 15 students will complete Certified
    Nurse Assistant (CNA) program
  • At least 8 students will become CNAs

11
Certified Nurse Assistant Program
  • June 2004
  • Partnership with Meridian Community College began
  • 18 Academy graduates began 80-hour CNA program
  • All 18 students completed CNA coursework and
    clinical hours

12
  • CNA Program Completed!
  • Pinning Ceremony Co-sponsored by ONW and Rush
    Foundation Hospital
  • All 18 Students successfully completed CNA
    coursework

Celebrate!!
13
Progress To-Date
  • 16 students sat for CNA examination
  • All 16 students passed written examination
  • 14 students passed both written and skills
    examinations and are Certified Nurse Assistants

14
Future of the Mentorship Program
  • At least three new mentorship sites will be added
    by June 2005
  • At least one mentorship site will be in each of
    the four WIA districts
  • Twin Districts Planning and Development District
  • Meridian
  • MS Delta Planning and Development District
  • Greenville
  • Three Rivers Planning and Development District
  • Pontotoc
  • Central MS Planning and Development District
  • Summit

15
Four Mentorship Programsin 2005
  • Meridian WIA Student Nurse Academy
  • Delta WIA Nurse Mentorship Academy
  • Lift WIA Student Nurse Academy
  • MS Job Corps Student Nurse Academy

16
Program Facts
  • Delta WIA Nurse Mentorship Program (MS Delta
    Planning Dev. District)
  • 16 Students
  • 16 Began CNA program at Greenville Higher
    Education Center
  • Pinning Ceremony June 13th Greenville Higher
    Education Center
  • Hospital Partner Delta Regional Medical Center
  • Meridian WIA Student Nurse Academy (Twin
    Districts)
  • 20 Students
  • 19 Began CNA program at Meridian Community
    College May 23rd
  • Pinning Ceremony June 29th at Rush Foundation
    Hospital
  • Hospital Partner Rush Foundation Hospital

17
Program Facts
  • Lift WIA Student Nurse Academy (Three Rivers)
  • 18 Students
  • Began CNA program May 23rd at Itawamba Community
    College
  • Pinning Ceremony held at Lift Center June 27th
  • Hospital Partner - Gilmore Memorial Hospital
  • MS Job Corps Student Nurse Mentorship Program
    (South Central)
  • 18 Students
  • Began CNA program on the Job Corps Campus June
    6th
  • Pinning Ceremony held at Job Corps Auditorium
    June 24th
  • Hospital Partners Hardy Wilson Memorial
    Hospital
  • Pinecrest Nursing Home

18
Certified Nurse Assistant Examination Results
  • Meridian
  • 16 sat for examination
  • 15 passed and are CNAs
  • Delta
  • 12 sat for examination
  • 7 passed and are CNAs
  • MS Job Corps
  • 16 sat for examination
  • 15 passed and are CNAs
  • LIFT
  • 14 sat for examination
  • 8 passed and are CNAs

19
Future Student Nurse Mentorship Programs
  • Form new partnerships between
  • Healthcare Facilities
  • High Schools
  • Community Colleges
  • Corporate/Private Foundations
  • Other Interested Investors

20
Future Student Nurse Mentorship Programs
  • Begin at least two new mentorship programs during
    2006
  • Decrease funding for existing sites by ½ Year 2
  • Have self-sustaining programs (provided by
    participating partners) by Year 3
  • Add at least one new site each year
  • Follow same funding course on three-year cycle

21
Future Student Nurse Mentorship Programs
  • Tupelo Student Nurse Mentorship Academy
  • Partners will include
  • North Mississippi Medical Center
  • The Health Care Foundation of North Mississippi
  • Tupelo High School
  • Tupelo Allied Health Center
  • Second Student Nurse Program TBA
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