USC university hospital NEW grad residency - page 6
Hey!!! i am going to LA in a week to interview for the new grad residency program. Has anyone already interviewed, or know anything about their residency program, esp for the cardiac telemetry... Read More
Dec 22, '09Trying to keep busy so I don't have to think about it......ugh. So...i was told that HR would be calling on the 21st or the 22nd. I hope this thread will be busy tomorrow with positive responses!!!! Wonder if we are going to be able to sleep tonight ;/
Dec 22, '09Sorry to say, spoke with HR all offers have been extended. I didn't get one, did anyone else get one??
Dec 24, '09I find it unprofessional that HR even didn't bother to email applicants to let them know whether they were chosen or not, especially after the interviewers stated so; a simple generic email would suffice. Anyway, again congrats for the selected ones and MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL! Keep applying!
Dec 29, '09I too was offered a position....I am so relieved...I have been looking since I graduated in MAY...so relieved...I have been through so much in my journey to become an RN....good luck to you all that got letters and those that keep searching...I found indeed.com to be most helpful...I set it to rn new grad and it usually has a couple options when I searched...and I stayed in constant contact with former classmates...
Jan 15, '10Hi I just wanna asked those who were offered by USC positions for the new grad,, have you guys had an experience outside of?
Jan 17, '10Wow....I have to say the USC UH New Grad (Versant) RN residency program is among the best! I used to work there as one of the educators and....one of my favorite moments working there at USC was with the RN residents! Perhaps I'm biased...but I have to say it is a highly comprenhensive, thorough, and a well-prepared nursing residency program! I remember receiving a ton of applicants for our program! Good luck for those of you interviewing! This place is what I consider home...and I think one of the best places to work at. The staff there are awesome! I will say...it is highly competitive!
Jul 11, '10i saw your old posting from 1999 and i wanted to know if you still have the kaplan qtrainers. i would really appreciate your help.
Aug 19, '10hey, icantbelieveit...i was hired for the last versant in march 2010 at uscuh. i had experience as a home health aide, basically a cna in the home setting. i'm pretty sure though, that they looked mostly at grades and the personal statement first to eliminate many of the over 600 applicants they had and then any other criteria such as work experience was used to eliminate from the few that actually got interviews.
Sep 13, '10The next USC RN new grad Versant Program will begin in March 2011.
Applications for open positions will be accepted beginning
October 2010, and will be available through the use jobs Web site at
Look for "New Graduate" in the job title.
For more information about the program, visit the Nurses of use Web site at
For our patients. Fight On. | Nurses of USC
Versant has developed an innovative and comprehensive RN Residency program
that is highly-supportive of new graduate nurses and provides an appropriately-paced learning
environment. Unlike other new graduate nurse programs, we offer a number of benefits including:
• One-to-one preceptors
• Classroom and skills lab education
• Caring and committed mentors
• Self-care I support groups
• Individualized rotation and orientation
As an RN Resident, you will be hired as a full-time employee. Upon successful completion
of this paid residency, you'll be prepared to work as a full-time, independent professional
RN on your home unit.
Sep 15, '10Quote from hl, rni concur that grades and personal statement are the first thing they see. i went to a job fair and talked to the coordinator of this program, and she stressed that the personal statement is what will set your apart from other candidates because it should be a reflection of your personality.hey, icantbelieveit...i was hired for the last versant in march 2010 at uscuh. i had experience as a home health aide, basically a cna in the home setting. i'm pretty sure though, that they looked mostly at grades and the personal statement first to eliminate many of the over 600 applicants they had and then any other criteria such as work experience was used to eliminate from the few that actually got interviews.Last edit by dianah on Sep 15, '10 : Reason: Removed name, as posting names is Terms of Service violation