Refresher training to return inactive RNs to nursing service

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation became a national philanthropy in 1972 and has operated on a national scale since then. It continues to fund a limited number of local institutions and projects in the New Brunswick area and throughout New Jersey. It does so in part to honor the legacy of its founder, and in part to recognize the special responsibilities to the communities and the state in which it is located.In 1971, Middlesex County College, in Edison, New Jersey, began a six-week refresher course for inactive RNs planning to resume their professional careers. This grant provides support to cover the costs of the 1972 summer program.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $2,000.00

Awarded on: 5/25/1972

Time frame: 11/1/1972 - 10/31/1973

Grant Number: 36


Middlesex County College

2600 Woodbridge Avenue
Edison, 08818-3604

Frank M. Chambers
Project Director