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Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing at Linfield College

Portland, OR
 The NCIN Mentoring Toolkit significantly improved the school’s nurse mentoring because it was informed by the success of similar programs at other NCIN-funded institutions.

Grant Years:

2008
2009
2011
2012
2013
2014
Degrees Conferred: 
BSN
Scholarships Awarded: 
50

Scholars:

 Round 1: 2008 – 2009
Shannon Barksdale
Steven Bullard
Luri Cernev
Stewart Chumbley
Aaron Kunkel
Ben Levy
Ming Li
Kari Otani
Ian Penny
Neelam Sims
Eric Stevenson
Donna Storie
 
Round 2: 2009 – 2010
Ralph Cortese
Ryan Crie
Danielle Gamache
Christine Haboush
Hunter Jacobs
Lydia Koo
Lya Macaya
Maria Morales
Christina Muro
Rosalba Navarro
Catherine Salmon
Diana Westwood
 
Round 4: 2011 – 2012
Jessica Blume
Amy Frankel
Jacob Prinz
Peter Sunderland
 
Round 5: 2012 – 2013
Nicholas Cox
Sandrine Hartley
Emnet Kubrom
Patela Lo
Huong Tran
 
Round 6: 2013 – 2014
Cody Crockett
Carly Gerhardstein
Audrey Graham
Adam Hartlaub
Ahmed Iya
Phuong Ngon Nguyen
Gareth Penta
 
Round 7: 2014 – 2015
Samuel Fiscu
Jeffrey Hofheins
Troy Howington
Molly Mattick
Kathleen O'Boyle
Luke Puerini
Erica Tran
David Worsham
 
 Participating in the NCIN pro- gram facilitated the launch of the Linfield College nursing school’s Peer Resource Network mentor program. Initially developed for NCIN scholars, the program was eventually extended to all nursing majors because of its Positive reception and evaluations. Each NCIN scholar was assigned his or her first semester; by their fourth semester, many were serving as mentors to other students, and exercising and developing their own leadership skills in the process. NCIN grants helped the school attract $450,000 in additional grants from other foundations to support nursing scholarships.

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