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Vermont is the second least populous of all our United States. It is so cold there in the winter that it is even too cold to snow but who can forget the beautiful red, gold and orange display of the leaves changing their colors on an autumn day. Here in Vermont, you can take an LPN and move to an RN in the matter of a year’s time. It is a strategic move for those who want to continue to move forward in their nursing careers and potentially increase their income at the same time.

The LPN to RN programs in Vermont will be the tool to increase the range of job opportunities for you. When it comes time to apply to a school, you will be asked to include the names of current employers and other work experiences including any volunteer work. Once you have been accepted, you will be expected to complete the appropriate coursework and a passing grade on the NCLEX-RN examination. You will be expected to renew your license every two years. There is always a need and interest for new and more effective health procedures and a nurse will be required to keep up to date.

The need for properly trained nurses continues to grow and as a result, the hospitals,and doctors offices are offering flexible schedules and continued educational benefits. Because of the cold, harsher winters, an easier way to move forward with the RN program is with an accredited online school. Indiana State University offers an online program to those students in Vermont who are interested in taking on greater responsibilities and continue their rewarding career in nursing. The University of Phoenix also offers an online program for an advanced degree in nursing.

Excelsior College is another school that will endorse a student in Vermont. They do require that you take the state boards outside of the state and have at least four hundred and eighty clinical hours. Once you can show proof of this, you can apply for endorsement. This is advantageous because the school is accredited. In order to qualify for licensing, you will be required to complete a program from an accredited school. An online school is the most convenient for those who make the decision to continue to work and attend school at the same time.

LPN to RN Programs in Vermont

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Vermont LPN to RN Schools

Find LPN to RN online programs that offer flexible scheduling and variable completion dates. Browse our list of nursing schools in Vermont that offer CCNE accredited LPN to RN programs:

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