The Eastern Suffolk School of Practical Nursing is eligible to participate in Title IV financial aid programs. Students attending the Licensed Practical Nursing Program may be eligible for a Pell Grant and/or Direct Loans. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility and receive federal student aid funds. Please click for additional financial aid information
relating to the Practical Nursing Program.
The Eastern Suffolk BOCES Adult Health Sciences program offers unique career opportunities for instructors in Practical Nursing, Nurse Assistant and Home Health Aide. We are seeking innovative, energetic, hardworking, enthusiastic and professional instructors with excellent subject knowledge to join the Health Sciences team at Eastern Suffolk BOCES. If interested in teaching Practical Nursing, Nurse Assistant or Home Health Aide, please forward your letter of interest with a current resume to:
V. Dolly Kranz
Program Administrator of Health Sciences
Adult Education Center
100 Second Avenue
Brentwood, NY 11717
If interested in teaching Clinical Medical Assistant, Medical Office Biller/Coder ICD-10, Physical Therapy Aide, Certified Personal Trainer, Dental Chairside Assistant, Phlebotomy or EKG Technician, please forward your letter of interest with a current resume to:
Program Administrator of Literacy and Adult Education
Bixhorn Technical Center
350 Martha Avenue
Bellport, NY 11713
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