TAPPED FOR NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

Allison Dallas, left, poses with Rosalyn Howard, executive director of the Mississippi Nurses Foundation. Dallas received a $1,000 scholarship from the foundation to continue her education in nursing. The MNF presents scholarships to nursing students enrolled in an accredited associate or baccalaureate nursing program in Mississippi, and they are are made possible by the Nurses Car Tag Program. Dallas, 27, of Collinsville, studied nursing after family health issues inspired her to return to school. A 2008 MCC graduate, Dallas later received a master’s degree in history. She returned to MCC and studied in the Associate Degree Nursing Program where she garnered several awards including the Margaret Armstrong Excellence in Nursing Award and was tapped as a Circle of Excellence honoree at graduation. She plans to pursue a career as a family nurse practitioner.

Allison Dallas, left, poses with Rosalyn Howard, executive director of the Mississippi Nurses Foundation. Dallas received a $1,000 scholarship from the foundation to continue her education in nursing. The MNF presents scholarships to nursing students enrolled in an accredited associate or baccalaureate nursing program in Mississippi, and they are are made possible by the Nurses Car Tag Program. Dallas, 27, of Collinsville, studied nursing after family health issues inspired her to return to school. A 2008 MCC graduate, Dallas later received a master’s degree in history. She returned to MCC and studied in the Associate Degree Nursing Program where she garnered several awards including the Margaret Armstrong Excellence in Nursing Award and was tapped as a Circle of Excellence honoree at graduation. She plans to pursue a career as a family nurse practitioner.

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