Established by Terri Lipman, Assistant Dean of Community Engagement at the School of Nursing, and Jodie Feinberg, a 2015 Penn Nursing graduate and President’s Engagement Prize Winner - the Community Champions program is an initiative with a unique focus on service learning that enriches the student experience.
To enhance the educational experience of Penn Nursing students by providing meaningful opportunities for learning about the social determinants of health through community engagement- and by doing so, effect positive changes in health and wellness in the members of the community.
Pediatric Acute Care, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Students Present at 32nd Annual Pediatric Nursing Conference
Thirty six students from the Pediatric Acute Care and Neonatal Nurse Practitioner programs presented scientific posters on a variety of topics at the 32nd Annual Pediatric Nursing Conference in Washington, DC.
On March 24th, the student-run Penn Dance Marathon went above and beyond their fundraising goal and raised $11,252.40 at their annual 48-hour Dance Marathon event.
These are students who are committed to community engagement, and dedicate several hours a week to a variety of initiatives identified by the community. The program’s focus on service learning transfers civic responsibility and invaluable skills that transforms him or her into superior nurses.