Nurse Educators teach aspiring nurses about patient care.
They’re responsible for developing a curriculum and teach using lectures or lab/clinical work. They are also frequently mentors for aspiring nurses.
They will have to plan how to teach a curriculum, assign homework, oversee students’ lab and clinical work etc.
You’ll need to have a MSN (Masters of Science in Nursing) at least if not a PhD in Nursing. Nurse Educators work in colleges, universities, professional schools, junior colleges, medical institutions (like hospitals) as well as technical and trade schools.