The Washington State Nurses Foundation (WSNF) announced the recipients of their 2023 scholarships, recognizing the dedication and potential of nursing students across the state. Among the awardees are two undergraduate students from the Washington State University College of Nursing, Haven Rainer and Jamie Felchlin.
Haven Rainer, an honors student enrolled in the BSN program at the Washington State University College of Nursing, envisions a future where she can work with mothers and babies, particularly in smaller rural hospitals, to address disparate access to maternal care. Haven shared her appreciation for the scholarship, stating,
Jamie Felchlin, who is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) at the Washington State University College of Nursing with an expected graduation date of May 2024, aspires to be a pillar of support and resource for families and patients during their most challenging times. Jamie expressed her gratitude, saying,
These scholarships from the Washington State Nurses Foundation, totaling $45,000, exemplify the organization’s commitment to supporting the next generation of nursing professionals and making a positive impact on healthcare in Washington state. The WSNF scholarships aim to empower students like Felchlin and Rainer to excel in their studies and reach their goals of providing compassionate and high-quality care to patients and communities.
For more information about the Washington State Nurses Foundation and their scholarship programs, please visit https://www.wsna.org/.