Sharp New Grad Program Fall 2012/Winter 2013 - page 19

I wanted to start a thread on the Sharp New Grad Program in San Diego that opened for apps today. Best of luck to all that applied!... Read More

  1. by   Coriander
    My friends, I am happy to say I was hired by Chula Vista today. Never give up. Xoxo
  2. by   ExPharmaGirl
    Quote from Coriander
    My friends, I am happy to say I was hired by Chula Vista today. Never give up. Xoxo
    Congratulations Coriander!
  3. by   ninad222
    Quote from Coriander
    My friends, I am happy to say I was hired by Chula Vista today. Never give up. Xoxo
    Congratulations))))))
  4. by   ChristMRN
    Quote from Coriander
    My friends, I am happy to say I was hired by Chula Vista today. Never give up. Xoxo
    Congratulations!!! Thank you for motivating so many of us to stick with this!
  5. by   Coriander
    Thank you, sweets. I will keep motivating you. Not leaving our snowballs!
  6. by   alywoo
    Congrats Coriander!

    Today I interviewed at Grossmont on 4W...panel of 3, super laid-back but they did ask both behavioral and clinical type questions- nothing that caught me too off-guard though (like some of the Scripps interview questions!!). They said they are hiring 4 people- 3 for days, 1 for nights. They are continuing interviews this week and next and will make decisions towards the end of next week. Good luck to all who interviewed here and everywhere else!!!!
  7. by   ExPharmaGirl
    Did they say how many they were interviewing? Thanks for the info!
  8. by   alywoo
    No, they didn't say how many and I didn't ask either.
  9. by   ExPharmaGirl
    Thank you

    Good luck! Hope we hear good news soon!
  10. by   blueorchid981
    Quote from Coriander
    Thank you, sweets. I will keep motivating you. Not leaving our snowballs!
    Congrats, what kind of unit will you be working on? I was wondering if you could share some background info (GPA, experience, CA resident?, etc...) Anything else that may be helpful. I am graduating in May from a BSN program (out of state and I am not a CA resident), but I am thinking about applying for the next round.
  11. by   blueorchid981
    Quote from barma28
    Yes Sharp Memorial New grad Residency, making calls this week. You should hear by the 4th. Good luck!
    Congrats, what kind of unit will you be working on? I was wondering if you could share some background info (GPA, experience, CA resident?, etc...) Anything else that may be helpful. I am graduating in May from a BSN program (out of state and I am not a CA resident), but I am thinking about applying for the next round.
  12. by   Coriander
    Quote from blueorchid981
    Congrats, what kind of unit will you be working on? I was wondering if you could share some background info (GPA, experience, CA resident?, etc...) Anything else that may be helpful. I am graduating in May from a BSN program (out of state and I am not a CA resident), but I am thinking about applying for the next round.
    I'll be in a residency rotation through three or four units before applying for a specific unit.

    My GPA was only a 3.26 because of bad decisions when I was 17 years old. I busted my butt for the past 5 years to bring it up to that level, and had a high GPA during those years. Most hospitals here don't look at GPA at all. I think Stanford and San Francisco were the only two that even asked.

    I have worked as a nursing assistant for almost two years and worked in a mental health facility before that, briefly. I was born and raised in San Diego. I have two Associate Degrees (in Spanish and Exercise Science) plus my BSN. I took my NCLEX almost immediately after graduating.

    I hope this helps. People have been hired into the systems from all over the country, so I don't know what they're looking for, exactly. I had six interviews and put in 50 applications or more. I lost count. Good luck to you!
  13. by   blueorchid981
    Quote from Coriander
    I'll be in a residency rotation through three or four units before applying for a specific unit.

    My GPA was only a 3.26 because of bad decisions when I was 17 years old. I busted my butt for the past 5 years to bring it up to that level, and had a high GPA during those years. Most hospitals here don't look at GPA at all. I think Stanford and San Francisco were the only two that even asked.

    I have worked as a nursing assistant for almost two years and worked in a mental health facility before that, briefly. I was born and raised in San Diego. I have two Associate Degrees (in Spanish and Exercise Science) plus my BSN. I took my NCLEX almost immediately after graduating.

    I hope this helps. People have been hired into the systems from all over the country, so I don't know what they're looking for, exactly. I had six interviews and put in 50 applications or more. I lost count. Good luck to you!
    That was very helpful, thank you!

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