Trumbull Nursing Student Named to Eastern Ohio Area Health Education Center Scholars Cohort
“We are so proud of Kyla,” said Dr. Gina Severino, professor & Kent State Trumbull BSN Coordinator. “We are always looking for ways to serve and strengthen our communities. AHEC is a perfect program to connect our students to the needs in the Mahoning Valley and all of Northeast Ohio."
Cozadd-Teeters becomes the third Kent State Trumbull BSN student to gain acceptance to the program, joining 2021 graduates Chelsey Palmer and Tiffany Burwell. Palmer was named one of two "Scholar of the Year" award winners this past spring.
"Reading Chelsey's story and learning more about the program, I knew for certain that this is something I want to continue, not only for me but for Kent State Trumbull," said Cozadd-Teeters. "The next 18 months are going to be intense, but that is what I am here for."
She grinningly acknowledged that she won't get much of a break from nursing when she is at home. Her mom, Kelly Teeters, is a nurse and just completed the work to become a nurse practitioner.