June 19, 2019

At CAMC, we have a deep admiration and appreciation for our nurses and the remarkable work they do. We understand that for nurses, this is not just a job - it's a calling, and we know earning your nursing degree is no easy feat. You make significant investments of your time, your energy and your finances.

That's why we want to help ease the financial burdens that weigh so heavily on many new graduates. Thanks to funds from the CAMC Foundation, we have several programs that can benefit students entering nursing school, as well as recent graduates.

Student Nurse Tuition Assistance

If you have a child who may be interested in becoming a nurse, CAMC can provide financial and professional resources to help them reach their goals. The Student Nurse Tuition Assistance Program provides financial support to students that have been accepted in any accredited nursing school in exchange for a three to five year work commitment with CAMC. Qualified individuals may receive up to $5,000 per semester with a maximum of up to $30,000 of assistance.

Applications are available online at camc.org/NursingEd and are due July 1 for the fall 2019 semester.

For more information, contact Debby Schoolcraft at (304) 388-3376 or debby.schoolcraft@camc.org.

RN New Grad Loan Forgiveness Program

CAMC's RN New Grad Loan Forgiveness Program allows for up to $10,000 over a three-year period to help with student loan obligations.


  1. Valid, West Virginia, RN license in good standing and remain in good standing with WV Board of Nursing during loan forgiveness period.
  2. .8 or greater status throughout the three-year loan forgiveness period.
  3. Proof of loan once accepted.
  4. Must have graduated from an accredited RN program in the 2019 year.
  5. Employees who are currently participating in other CAMC-funded tuition assistance programs or in the process of satisfying a work commitment agreement are not eligible to participate in this program.

Online applications will be available on camc.org/Nurses beginning July 1, 2019, and must be submitted by Aug. 31, 2019.

For more information, contact Tom Schoolcraft at (304) 388-6401 or tom.schoolcraft@camc.org.

This program is made possible by funds from the CAMC Foundation.

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