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Clinique Awards Inaugural Nursing Scholarships

September 11, 2007

Clinique announced the first recipients of its nursing scholarships. The Clinique Nursing Scholarship Program aims to further the collaboration between the medical community and Clinique. The scholarship recipients from New York represent a diverse group of women, pursuing a nursing career.

“Clinique is proud to present these remarkable women with Clinique Nursing Scholarships and bring attention to such an important issue,” said Jane Lauder, senior vice president of Clinique Global Product Marketing. “With the demand for new nurses expected to reach 1.2 million by 2014, Clinique felt it was necessary to take an active role in diversifying, increasing and retaining the next generation.”

As a supplement to their academic experience, the women will also become Clinique Associate Consultants and work with clients at various Clinique counters in the New York City area.
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