Nurse Summer Training Program

Greetings Team,

Here is what ALL of your junior nurse Cadets have been waiting for Nurse Summer Training Program.

What is NSTP?
The NSTP is a 28-day paid clinical immersion experience and is the pinnacle training event for future Army Nurse Leaders. The goal of the NSTP is to provide Army ROTC Nurse Cadets with clinical experience in a hospital setting while introducing Cadets to the duties, roles, responsibilities and expectations of an Army Nurse Corps Officer. Cadets are encouraged to attain 150 clinical hours of training time. 120 hours is the absolute acceptable minimum. NSTP is conducted at select Army Military Training Facility (MTF)s in the continental United States and Germany.

Cadets with an Academic Major of Nursing are the only Cadets eligible to apply for this program. To be eligible for NSTP participation, nurse Cadets must have completed one academic year of general nursing courses with successful completion of at least one semester or two quarters of a Medical/Surgical nursing course that requires a CLINICAL component.

Cadets must be in good academic standing at their respective schools of nursing and have passed an Army Physical Fitness Test in the semester prior to NSTP. In addition, Cadets must meet HT/WT standards IAW AR 600-9 per COVID policy guidance.

Cadets will be assigned to an MTF based on a national NSTP Order of Merit List (OML). Priorities of assignments are first to accommodate academic and Cadet Summer Training (CST) requirements.

Contact your ROTC detachment for eligibility!

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