• Sunday, January 7 at 3 p.m.
  • First Church of God

Sophomore Pinning symbolizes the transition from academic to clinical studies, when students first experience caring for “real” patients. Sophomore year is a significant step in the journey to the nursing profession. In the past, this ceremony was the first official donning of the Mount Carmel uniform and student nurse cap. Although students no longer receive and wear caps, the modern ceremony maintains the same spirit, celebrating the ministry of caring and service that these aspiring nurses now undertake.

The Mount Carmel Foundation celebrated another hugely successful Golf Invitational benefiting Mount Carmel College of Nursing (MCCN). For the first time ever, more than $115,000 was raised for much-needed student scholarships at the College. The annual golf outing was held at Pinnacle Golf Club in Grove City, Ohio on Monday, August 28, 2017. The funds raised from this event will help many students pursue their dreams of becoming professional registered nurses. This year’s presenting sponsors were Central Ohio Newborn Medicine and PNC. A total of 120 golfers and many volunteers contributed to the success of the event. For more information about this event or to learn how to get involved with the annual outing next year, please contact Alyssa Fry, Senior Development Officer at afry@mchs.com, or visit the Mount Carmel Foundation website.

Pictured: Central Ohio Newborn Medicine, Inc.

A Girl’s Life is an exciting one—full of many emotional, physical, and environmental changes. Mount Carmel College of Nursing is offering a program designed just for girls and their moms—or favorite grown-up—to explore issues related to puberty and adolescence.