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Aspen Cares Gives Back With Phoenix Community Outreach Event

With the ongoing pandemic, giving back to the community is more vital than ever this holiday season. Because so many vulnerable populations are facing unprecedented challenges, we support two great Phoenix, Arizona-based organizations that help those experiencing homelessness and food insecurity. Aspen employees raised over $2,000 to support The Society St. Vincent de Paul Ozanam … Keep Reading

8 Tips For New Nurses Working Holidays

Holidays are a time for cheer, family time, and stories that cause gut-wrenching belly laughs. Most people spend time with their loved ones during the holiday season. For nurses — especially new nurses — there’s a very high chance you’ll work a holiday —or all holidays. Finding ways to navigate these unfavorable times can make … Keep Reading

March Is National Criminal Justice Month

What Is National Criminal Justice Month? National Criminal Justice Month began in March 2009, as designated by the U.S. Congress. “The purpose is to promote societal awareness regarding the causes and consequences of crime, as well as strategies for preventing and responding to crime,” according to the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). How Can … Keep Reading

2019 Aspen Cares Philanthropy Wrap Up

Beyond our passion for serving our students, we enjoy giving back to our communities and other organizations that provide critical services and experiences.  Aspen University philanthropy program, Aspen Cares, has supported literacy, homeless populations, Alzheimer’s awareness and fundraising, pets, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and other issues that affect our communities.  “Working together, our employees share … Keep Reading

Today We Honor Black Nurses Everywhere

This year, National Black Nurses Day is Friday, February 1st, 2019. National Black Nurses Day was established 31 years ago as a tradition to recognize African American nurses, both RNs and LNPs, for their service, care, commitment, and for how much they add to the community. According to publication, Minority Nurse, there are about 2,800,000 … Keep Reading