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1:36 AM, May 18, 2013  |  Comments
Carissa Miller
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Nurses earn Clinician Level I status

Memorial Health Center registered nurses Jessica Faude and Kerry Lingen recently earned Clinician I status through the health center's Clinical Advancement Program.

This program rewards and recognizes nurses who advance nursing practice not only by providing excellent patient care, but by taking active roles in mentoring, research, performance improvement and education.

"The Clinical Advancement Program is important because it encourages nurses to excel in the nursing profession and be rewarded for their innovation and hard work," Faude said.

Faude currently is furthering her nursing education through the University of Wyoming. She plans to use her $1,000 award to pay for tuition and books. Lingen plans to use her Clinician I award to attend a professional conference aimed at enhancing her knowledge of the medical/surgical patient population.

Analyst completes continued education

Carissa Miller, credit analyst with Forward Financial Bank, has completed the Wisconsin Bankers Association Introduction to Commercial Lending School.

The school uses in-depth, hands-on training to provide added knowledge in all facets of commercial lending with an emphasis on cash flow, financial analysis and structure.

"We believe that we are better able to serve the needs of our customers if we maintain a highly trained staff in all areas of our organization," said Bill Sennholz, president and CEO of Forward Financial Bank, SSB. "Carissa's expanded knowledge will help her work with our commercial team and business customers."

Wisconsin FFA announces partnership

Roundy's Supermarkets Inc.'s partnership with the Wisconsin Future Farmers of America Foundation will benefit over 19,000 Wisconsin FFA student members across the state.

The partnership will open up opportunities to prepare current student FFA members and future leaders with possible career options in the retail food industry through their experiences in their Pick 'n Save & Copps Stores along with their home office in downtown Milwaukee. Roundy's support of State FFA Convention activities and the National Chapter Award Program will benefit thousands of FFA student members in their first year of partnership.

Thanks to support from Roundy's Supermarkets Inc., FFA members are able to prepare for successful careers in the science, business and technological aspects of the agriculture, food and natural resources industry. They take what they learn in the classroom and combine it with hands-on experience and leadership skills. As FFA members, their future careers in agriculture, food and natural resources will be a part of some of the biggest issues our world faces.

The Wisconsin FFA Foundation unites individuals, organizations and companies who share a common interest in the advancement of agriculture and community leadership through FFA.

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