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The state of Nebraska is located in the Midwestern United States, bordering South Dakota to the north; Iowa to the east and Missouri to the southeast, across the Missouri River; Kansas to the south; Colorado to the southwest and Wyoming to the west. The state has 93 counties and is split into two land regions: eastern Nebraska and western Nebraska.

Nebraska history is marked by several migrations and Native American tribes. The historic Sioux, Quapaw, Arapaho, Assiniboine, and Arikara occupied the state at some point. In 1803 when Lewis and Clark began exploring Nebraska in order to find a water route to the Pacific Ocean, they found the area occupied by the Omaha, Oto, and Missouri tribes.

By the 1800s Native American migration to Nebraska had ended due to white settlers flooding into the region. The first European to explore the region was Pedro Vial in 1796 while it took until 1854 for treaties with local tribes to allow for settlement of northern Nebraska. Also in 1854 Nebraska Territory was established after Congress divided the land from the Iowa and Missouri Territories.

The Homestead Act passed by President Lincoln allowed European settlers to claim land in Nebraska for little or no cost, vastly increasing the population of Nebraska. Within one generation immigrants made up nearly half of the state’s population.
Nebraska became a state on March 1, 1867. In the 1920s and 1930s, several large land booms in western Nebraska created towns that still exist today.

Nebraska’s history is also marked by its key role in the westward expansion of the United States. Several trails and roads passed through Nebraska such as:

-The Oregon Trail which runs along the Platte River in the state
-The Mormon Trail which runs through western Nebraska, passing by Salt Lake City is a branch of this trail
-The California Trail also passes through parts of southern and western Nebraska
-The Pony Express passed along the Platte River for part of its route. Nebraska was the central point where riders either left the trail to get fresh horses or took a steamboat down the Missouri River back east.

Nebraska is bordered by South Dakota; Iowa; Missouri; Kansas; Colorado and Wyoming. The state has 93 counties with several townships, extinct counties, and census areas in addition to 7 Indian reservations with limited sovereignty within the state borders.

Top LPN Schools

 

Northeast Community College

The nursing programs at Northeast Community College are designed to allow you maximum mobility for either the practical or associate degree nursing education. You'll learn the art and science of nursing through a combination of theory and clinical courses specific to each level of nursing. Clinical coursework is completed in local hospitals, long-term care facilities, and community based settings. State-of-the-art simulations create learning experiences that supplement actual clinical time. Innovative, experienced nursing faculty are there to coach you every step of the way.

College of Saint Mary

Now prepare for entry level practice in nursing and complete your certificate in just one year! College of Saint Mary offers a practical nursing certificate program. Our graduates generally earn state licensure pass rates at or above the national average.

Metropolitan Community College

The Practical Nursing program at Minneapolis Community and Technical College trains students to work in the healthcare field. The program is a one-year certificate program for people who wish to work as practical nurses, or PNs, in public and private healthcare organizations. A PN cares for the sick, takes vital signs, assists with patient care planning and more under the direction of a physician, nurse or nurse practitioner (RN). Students who successfully complete the program and the subsequent NCLEX-PN examination through the State Board of Nursing may be eligible to practice as an entry-level PN in the United States. Students who complete MCTC's Practical Nursing program can continue onto the College’s Nursing program to earn an associate degree.

Mid-Plains Community College

The Practical Nursing Program is designed to prepare students for employment as Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs). The program includes courses in nursing and non-nursing subjects. Non-nursing courses must be taken at MPCC or transferred from an accredited college or university. The curriculum, which emphasizes concept-based learning and state-of-the-art simulation, seeks to improve student and program outcomes by providing clinical sites for students in local hospitals, long-term care facilities, and various community agencies and clinics.

Southeast Community College- Lincoln

If you are passionate about health care and caring for others, a Practical Nursing career is the perfect fit for you. As a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in Ontario, you are a valued member of the health care team working with people across the lifespan from newborns to end-of-life patients. As an LPN, you are qualified to work either independently or under the supervision of an RN. We work with you to complete your degree as either a part time or full time student. Our program teaches you concepts, principles, skills and attitudes needed to function as a direct patient care provider and patient advocate. Our program enables you to continue your education for advanced certification or higher education.

Source: https://www.topnursing.org/lpn-programs/nebraska/

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