May Institute

Moving Up: May Employees Continue Their Education

09/19/17



May Institute's Nursing Department is happy to announce the hiring of three new nurses at the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities in Randolph, Mass. Each nurse has worked in our residential services and has continued on to pursue a career in nursing using May Institute's Tuition Reimbursement Program to help finance their continued education.

We would like to introduce you!

Ihuoma (Iffy) Arikibe B.S.N., RN, has worked at the May Center School since 2008 as an assistant residential teacher. Iffy is a recent graduate of Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science University.

Sindy Jean Baptiste, LPN, has worked at the May Center School as an assistant residential teacher since 2006. Sindy is a recent graduate of Southern Technical Institute.

Jennifer Smith, LPN, has worked at the May Center School since 2012 as an assistant residential teacher. Jen is a recent graduate of Quincy College.

We are thrilled to welcome all our new graduate nurses to the nursing team at May.

Additionally, Annie Campanale-Spring, M.S.N., RN, who has worked at May Institute since 2011, has recently become a Nurse Practitioner in psychiatric nursing. She has accepted a position at Children's Hospital Boston in the behavioral health department. Annie will be staying on in her per diem role at the May Center School.

Read more about May Institute's employee benefits here.