Imagine how much more impressive you will be in job interviews when you can share personal accounts of standing alongside Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners performing acupuncture, learning from expert midwives in Sydney or meeting heroic first responders to the 2011 earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand.
These are the experiences waiting for you at the Envision Global Forum on Nursing & Health Care, a prestigious program for college students that continues the legacy of the International Scholar Laureate Program (ISLP). Discover new perspectives and gain the global skills and knowledge that will give you a competitive edge in the 21st century.
The Envision Global Forum on Nursing & Healthcare Experience
The Envision Global Forum on Nursing & Health Care takes you to exotic destinations, introduces you to fascinating people and provides you with access to the hospitals and research facilities where nurses and doctors are discussing and developing health care for the future.
Join other collegiate nursing and health care scholars who have demonstrated academic success, outstanding potential and the drive to continue the exploration of nursing and health care. Meet peers from around the world at forum sessions in Australia and New Zealand or China. Gain the professional, cultural and international insights you need to enhance your real-world experience and stand out as you compete for top job offerings.
Discover your role in the future of Nursing & Health Care. Enroll today!
The Envision Global Forum on Nursing & Health Care is an interactive experience in which you play an important role. You will personally meet and network with nursing and health care professionals, students, professors and officials in your host country while exploring the health care models that are shaping the future.
Choose your host country and gain access to its people, places and perspectives that will change the way you think about nursing & health care around the globe!
By completing this program, you are eligible to receive college credit from George Mason University.