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Top Scholarships for Aspiring CNAs
A lack of funds should not stop you from becoming a CNA. There are many great scholarships available that can help you pay some or all of your tuition!
Best CNA Programs in the U.S.
There are many fine CNA schools in the U.S., and some of the best include the College of DuPage, the City College of San Francisco and Pima Community College.
Finding a Balance Between Work and Your CNA Training
Finding a balance between work and your CNA training is easy if you prioritize your activities, realize you cannot do everything and examine your work options.
Common College Requirements for Aspiring CNAs
To complete a college CNA program, you will need to fulfill a variety of requirements relating to admissions, coursework and clinical training.
What to Expect During Your CNA Program
During your CNA program, you will need to meet a rigid training schedule, a full work load, an 80 percent grade average and various clinical session requirements.