Mosaic Foundation to offer nursing fellowship
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Mosaic Life Care Foundation has announced the establishment of a nursing fellowship for students pursuing a BSN degree.
The new fellowship awards $10,000 annually to 10 qualifying applicants, according to a foundation news release. It is open to students attending Northwest Missouri State University, Missouri Western State University and Benedictine College.
Following graduation and successful obtainment of a Missouri State Nursing License, each foundation nursing fellow agrees to a three-year commitment with Mosaic Life Care as an acute care nurse.
Julie Gaddie, president of Mosaic Life Care Foundation said the foundation appreciates the opportunity to partner with Mosaic Life Care to offer this fellowship.
“The nursing fellowship program is a result of our foundation and hospital leadership working to attract new and innovative ideas into our community,” Gaddie said. “The goal of the program is to not only give students employment, but also to help them see what it is like to be a part of our region.”
The fellowship is open to December 2020 and May 2021 graduates. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 3.
Details of the Nursing Fellowship can be obtained by visiting mlcfoundation.com or call Mosaic Life Care Foundation at 816-271-7200.
Mound City church to host spring revival
MOUND CITY, Mo. — The Christian Fellowship Church, has announced its spring revival with Homer Allison, founder of Battle Cry Ministries, as the featured speaker.
The event is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. each night from Sunday, March 29 through Wednesday, April 1 at the church located at 18080 State Highway 59 in Mound City, according to a church news release.
Allison and his wife Robin, launched Battle Cry in 2001 after serving several years within their home church as the youth and children’s minister.
“The ministry is committed to taking the power of the gospel across the world and challenging those who claim to be believers in Christ to pursue a life that respects and honors the atoning sacrifice he delivered through the cross,” noted the release.
For more information about the ministry, visit battlecryministries.org.