Abington Memorial Hospital nurse Jennifer Matton is profiled as part of The New York Times' look at surging enrollment in nursing courses at four-year colleges.
Ms. Matton, 37, first went to college for an associate degree in radio and television broadcasting. By the time she returned to school for an associate’s in nursing, she was a wife and mother — she gave birth to her youngest a few days before taking an exam. Now she is weeks away from her third degree, a bachelor’s in nursing from Drexel University in Philadelphia, with most of the work done online.
Original source: The New York Times