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Dear Brinity- I see your question about neonatal nursing and wanted to let you know that you would first become a registered nurse-- which is the general education you need to begin. Then after you get your education and nursing license, you could specialize in neonatal nursing. After high school, you will want to get a BSN (Bachelor's of Science in Nursing) degree in college. Then you can study for the NCLEX exam that allows you to practice as an RN. Some NICUs require some general nursing experience before they hire you, but other units will hire a new graduate. Best of luck as you pursue your career! It's a great field!
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