Students and faculty from the Cedarville University School of Nursing participate in a local children’s ministry during a mission trip to Togo last summer.
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Students from the Cedarville University School of Nursing during a mission trip to Togo last summer.
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Students and faculty from the Cedarville University School of Nursing outside of Hôpital Baptiste Biblique in Togo during a mission trip last summer. Scott Long, associate professor of nursing at Cedarville University, is pictured in the center.
Graduation often brings with it much planning, as students work to finish the school year well and look toward the future. This year, three graduating nursing students from Cedarville University will spend their first 26 days after graduation serving in the West African nation of Togo alongside three rising seniors, associate professor of nursing Scott Long, Cedarville alumna and current Mayo Clinic employee Tonilynn Fleming and local missionaries.
Cedarville, Cedarville University, nursing, graduation, missions
Weinstein, Mark D., "From Commencement to West Africa For the Health of It" (2022). News Releases. 1550.