new grad RN programs in northern California - page 2
Hi all, I am graduating from an ADN program in Nevada in December. My fiance is currently working in San Francisco, and I have spent the last few months trying to research new grad programs in northern California. I am... Read More
- 1May 25, '13 by gunrockJust an FYI UCSF will hire ADN nurses. I was told that although they will hire fewer, they will continue to hire ADN nurses because they understand not everyone can get their BSN (for financial, family, personal obligations etc) and want to be representative of the area. Kinda a cool sentiment.
- 0Apr 5 by MoshRNThere is a nurse registry about 1 1/2 hours north of San Francisco that takes new grads for peds home care. After you build up skills, they will start sending you out to hospitals. An RN runs this company and saw the need for New Grads needing experience for jobs. Pay is low, $22-27 for RN. They have LVN openings too. I am just starting with them. I am a new member on allnurses. PM me and I can give you info.
- 0Dec 4 by morayo2008Hi. I am in the same situation presently and wondering if you finally got a job in California. I will be graduating from a BSN program in December and already feeling frustrated on getting a residency program/job in the Bay area because of the competition. My fiance lives there and moving will be impossible if I don't get an offer there. Curious to know if you finally got a job in CA or had to stay in Nevada for some yrs of experience as that will be my second option, to stay in Pennsylvania for 1-2 yrs to gain some experience before relocating.