Career Ladder Nursing
Students who choose the Career Ladder Nursing program will attend Lansing Community College (LCC) and graduate with up to 43 college credits and a MEMCA certification. To earn your certification, you will have three additional semesters to complete after you graduate from Livingston County’s Early College program. Additionally, students gain direct admission into LCC’s nursing program and will skip the waitlist by meeting the nursing program’s requirements.
Enrollment in the Career Ladder Nursing track begins in year 11 at either Brighton High School or Howell High School by taking Health Occupations through Livingston County’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) consortium agreements. The remainder of the day will be spent back at your home high school.
In year 12, your day will be spent at LCC’s Livingston Center located in Howell, and by year 13, you will progress to LCC’s main campus in Lansing. Students will also go off-site for clinical externships and experiences.