Mount St. Mary’s College

Los Angeles, CA
 The legacy of the NCIN scholarships will endure in the college’s curriculum and its alumni mentoring program.

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 Round 1: 2008 – 2009
Andrew Ausland
Timothy Bohan
Kristen Bradford
Blossom Brown
Rohzan Cruz
Israel Gonzales
Eunjae Hong (Kwun)
Colin Mitchell
Terri-Ann Stanford
Emmely Tanaka
Nattaya Thongcharoenkiat
Auraya Tuntithavorn
Joy Udechukwu
Jp Urgino
Stacy Wong
Sandra Zelaya
Round 2: 2009 – 2010
Angela Mae Allen
Tanya Arredondo
Megan Colon
Sinval DePaula
Tiffanie Feng
Melissa Franco
Lisa Gonzalez
Sarah Kotani
Phuong Ly
Katherine Milton
Jennifer Romero
Justin Sabol
Ramzy Saleh
Jarel Salviejo
Jennifer Wong
Wan-ching Wu
Round 3: 2010 – 2011
Marleen Blanco
Monica Burns
Chanell Jackson
Crystal James
Shaun Kurtz
Eric Michaels
Rafael Rivero
Bellda Sandoval
Round 4: 2011 – 2012
Ederlen Casillas
Nidia Garcia
Jack Hsu
Andre Viripaeff
Round 5: 2012 – 2013
Michael Graham
Liliana Lacayo
Michael Markowitz
Brenda Martinez
Letecia Moore
Antonio Santiago
Round 6: 2013 – 2014
Mohammed Alayli
Shao Li
Zeidy Mendoza-Pineda
Jose Menendez
Sarah Tang
Trevor Van Der Capellen
 The nursing school has made mentorship and leadership development cornerstones of its Accelerated Bachelor of Science in nursing program. It has worked in partnership with the Office of Alumnae Relations to create a multi-level program that supports peer, faculty, alumni, and professional mentoring. This vital professional and educational support tool for scholar mentees has provided a deeply rewarding experience for men- tors as well. Grateful scholars point to the benefits when alumni share their insights on work-life balance, stress management, and other issues. The program’s leadership and management class and its clinical component enable students to learn about managing employees through leadership exploration, critical thinking exercises, and reflective journaling.


I believe this about nursing… “It is not just a job about caring.” 


I believe this about nursing..."Patients are not just another name on a list."