Stanford and Lucille Packard RN Residency Program September 2012 - Page 2Register Today!
- May 18, '12 by loma510Nope I heard they take awhile! Has anyone had any status changed?
- May 18, '12 by malpal89both of mine say in review but I've heard not to pay much attention to the changes in them unless they say denied or something along those lines.
if any one gets a call let us know so we can be by our phones constantly
- May 18, '12 by aliboballieIt's really too bad they do this so late because a lot of us will have to accept other jobs before we hear back from them!
- May 18, '12 by loma510That's true! I can't help but check my status! I want to work at lpch so badly!
- May 21, '12 by peanutsauceI applied as soon as it opened and mine quickly changed from "Recieved" to "In Review", but has since not changed. I have heard a rumor that they are rejecting already, but do not know anyone who has been rejected... Rumor?
- May 21, '12 by aliboballieMine also says application in review since 5/1. I haven't heard of anyone getting rejected but it could be true? Maybe people who didn't have complete applications or didn't meet the requirements or something.
- May 21, '12 by loma510I've heard of someone who was rejected 24 hrs after applying!!! They are rejecting! My status hasn't changed!
- May 24, '12 by LSF1158I got rejected from Stanford pretty quickly, but LPCH still says "Under Review". I did my capstone there, so that's really the one I'm hoping for, but it was still pretty disheartening to be rejected from Stanford so quickly. LOL - at least let the application period close before you boot me out the door, if only to salvage my ego
- May 24, '12 by haviviHi! Thanks for the info. I wanted to know if it was worth (please I know this question may sound stupid in the beginning) getting the BSN and completing a Nurse Residency program. Will a hospital be more likely to hire you? Than say specifically a new nurse grad from a AA/AS program? I'm asking because with the tuition hikes I'm re-considering my RN education route... Either that or anyone who has actually completed a Nurse Residency program and can easily (more easily) obtain a job? Can you also look for work in another state? What are the regulations with that? I hate this economy (
Basically, here is my personal concern. I want to do the critical care nursing, and everyone has told me completely different ways to get a position in the field. If it is best to hold out for the BSN, if no job prospects upon graduation then I'm willing to complete a Nurse Residency however only under the auspices it would grant me an actual job... Hope you can understand !!!
- May 24, '12 by loma510I still haven't had a status changed .