Sutter New Grad Program

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    Anyone who applied to the 30 nursing positions for Sutter Health hear back?
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    Some one of facebook said that Sutter Health RN Strong program is looking at applicants who graduated near/in Sacramento County will be considered. I know on the applications it said "Preferred" But I still applied and no contact yet
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    I graduated in Sacramento but haven't heard back
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    Good luck to you all! I have worked for Sutter many years and it's nice that we are finally hiring nurses again (after losing so many). Sutter is a great company to work for, and for the most part they seem to care about their employees.
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    I got a call for an interview. Super excited. Any advice?
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    Anyone who gained an interview receive an email beforehand stating that your application has been forwarded to the department manager??
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    Yes. I received an email that my resume was forwarded. The same day I got a call from the recruiter with the same information. A week and a half later I got a call from the unit
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    Quote from mrs.kuzmenko
    Yes. I received an email that my resume was forwarded. The same day I got a call from the recruiter with the same information. A week and a half later I got a call from the unit

    Which department do you have an interview for?
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    Do they admit only once per year? Are there start dates other than in June? If Sac-based grads get preference I guess that generally means grads from Sac State and Samuel Merritt, right? Thank you for the feedback.
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    Quote from PaulHagerty
    Do they admit only once per year? Are there start dates other than in June? If Sac-based grads get preference I guess that generally means grads from Sac State and Samuel Merritt, right? Thank you for the feedback.
    On their website, it says they offer it three times per year. Not sure if the start dates always land on the same month or time of the year but it would make sense if they coincided with each graduating semester i.e. May and December. I work as a CNA for SRMC and have not heard anything about preference given to Sac-based grads but it wouldn't surprise me. Most of the schools do preceptorships in the area hospitals so I think it's only fair.

    PaulHagerty, don't forget about all the ADN programs in this area such as American River, Sac City, Yuba and even Sierra College as well as all the private colleges like Carrington and Breckinridge.

    I've been checking their site everyday and new positions have yet to be posted.


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