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Find your path to professional fulfillment.

We empower you to grow to your full potential while meeting your career goals.

Many of our students choose to start out in our culinary department working in the kitchen and then decide to transition into a caregiving role with our financial support.

Nancy Ambriez LPN

When I was looking for a full-time job, I liked the fact that Bethany on the Lake offered an every 3rd-weekend option.

It made it very convenient for me and my family. And now that I’m in school, Bethany has been very flexible and accommodating to my class schedule. I plan to stay at Bethany after I get my RN degree.

– Nancy A., LPN

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Career Laddering

Many team members begin in our entry-level positions which don't require specific education or certifications.

They then pursue higher-level certifications or degrees, such as Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN), and continue up the career ladder.

When you continue your education to work up the ladder, Bethany on the Lake can help financially with our scholarship and tuition reimbursement programs.

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Culinary Aide

The Culinary Services Aide assists the cook in the preparation and service of meals meeting scheduled mealtimes and assists in setting up the dining room, delivering serving trays, and serving the residents with dignity and respect.

Train to Become a:

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

The CNA provides residents with the highest quality of direct routine care in all activities of daily living, under the supervision of the LPN or RN.

Advance to:

Trained Medication Assistant (TMA)

Help to administer medications and treatments under the direct supervision of a nurse, as well as apply skills in basic nursing, personal care and basic restorative services according to the Plan of Care for the resident.

Graduate to a:

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Participate in the development and modification of the resident Plan of Care, implementing interventions that are delegated, ordered, or prescribed by the Registered Nurse (RN) or physician. As an LPN you provide residents with the highest quality of direct routine care, under the supervision of an RN.

Lead a team:

Registered Nurse (RN)

Be accountable for performing a comprehensive assessment to establish the baseline health status of residents as well as to create a detailed Plan of Care that includes individual needs and preferences. As an RN, you will oversee practical nurses, CNAs, and nursing personnel through assessment of their knowledge, skill and capabilities.

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For Our Students


Choose to further your education through our scholarship program and move up to the next level in your nursing career. Many of our valued employees have grown into their ideal role debt free! Our financial support has minimal requirements.

Loan Reimbursement

We offer loan reimbursement programs for newly graduated nurses. While you work with us, let us work for you! Earn an income while we help you pay off your student loan debt.  

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Work After School

Enjoy after-school shifts that are shorter, so you can still attend classes and have time for homework and fun.

Work Weekends for Premium Pay

Our premium pay weekend-only opportunities are particularly well-suited for students. You decide how often to work – one weekend, every other, 3 out of 4, or every single one.

With our tiered pay system, the more weekends you decide to work, the higher your premium hourly wage.

Holiday & Weekend Rotations

Our CNAs and LPNs work just every third weekend and holiday. As an RN, you will work every fourth weekend and holiday.

Julie Nelson, CNA

Bethany on the Lake allowed me to step back into the world of healthcare while supporting my passion for life-long learning!

Not only have I been able to earn a full-time income while furthering my education and growing in my career, but Bethany on the Lake has also helped me pay for it. I started as a Culinary Aide while going through the certification program to become a CNA and am currently going through the TMA program. Soon I’ll be utilizing the Bethany on the Lake scholarship program once again to continue my education further in the LPN program. While I’m going to school full-time to become an LPN, I’ll be able to shift my schedule to take advantage of the flexible, premium pay weekend position as a TMA.

– Julie N., CNA

Rewarding & diverse career opportunities await you.

Where each day brings new chances to make a difference.

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