The Nurses Pub is a unique 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization established September 2018 and created to assist individuals within uncommon demographics such as single mothers, men in nursing, minorities that live in economically disadvantaged communities, and those that "feel uncommon" to pursue a career in nursing.
We are "Building" a community of nurses by providing a blueprint for success through impactful seminars, workshops, events, and books that students and nurses love!
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission for students in the USA and other continents to fulfill their dream of becoming registered nurses.
Together we can make a difference in healthcare!
It is an exciting time for a career in nursing, and we are in the business of mentoring, uplifting, and motivating individuals that never thought in their wildest dreams that becoming a nursing professional would be possible.
Founder and CEO, Mona Clayton, MSN, RN was previously a single parent while completing her nursing education and saw a need to give back to single mothers and students from underserved communities. She set out in 2018 to develop the California-based non- profit organization, "The Nurses Pub®."
With a goal to assist single mothers in South Central Los Angeles to start and complete their journey from student to nurse,
the organization developed several major partnerships from universities and corporations and has grown to assist students throughout Southern California and Africa to thrive while completing their studies through workshops, seminars, literature, mentoring sessions, human resource assistance, and networking.
1. To provide scholarship funding for nursing student nominees from USA and throughout the nations.
2. To continue the worldwide recruitment for attracting 100,000 future nurses to help the growing global need for nurses.
3. To build The Nurses Pub Resource Center in an underserved community for the purpose of assisting single mothers during their journey from student to nurse.
4. To create economic and career development for women with children experiencing homelessness.
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