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- Feb 17 by kguill975Call the HR departments of hospitals near you and ask them what their ideal candidate looks like, are BSNs preferred over ADNs? In some areas of the US, ADNs are welcomed with open arms, because there is a lack of BSN prepared nurses. I think you are being very smart to consider the financial obligations so early. Good Luck to you!
- Feb 17 by futurenurse59Hello,
I'm also interested in this school, but I live in NYC.
Any luck that NYC recognize Chamberlain and I'll a job after graduation.
I need help :/
- Feb 17 by KatieerinI plan to eventually move forward with my BSN, however, for the time being, with a toddler and one income coming in ( my husband) I have to start slow. I am going for my associates and once I get a job I will start my schooling for BSN where the job has tuition reimbursement, scholarships, etc. and of course there will be 2 incomes in the home at that point. It will take me a little longer but financially it's what best for our family.
- Feb 17 by KatieerinAlso I know all areas are different but in my area the school does clinical at one to two places and both offer summer internships between semesters along with almost a guaranteeing of getting hired if you do both the clinical and the summer internship.
- Feb 17 by MinicyniKatieerin
I think I am going to do the exact same thing.mi am going for my associates and then get a job with some reimbursement hopefully to do my BSN. A BSN right from the start sounds great but it won't when I owe $50k or more. I know I'll be miserable with this huge debt in my shoulders.
Maybe if my parents were paying for my school I would go balls out lol
- Feb 18 by HM-8404As far as student loans go I had two different financial aid counselors tell me, when my daughter was applying to colleges, to never take out more student loans than she can realistically expect to make in one year of working after school. Realistic does not mean planning to get hired into the highest pay scale or planning to work 6, 12 hour shifts a week.
- Feb 18 by MinicyniHM8404
Good idea. There's no wait list in my community college so that's definitely a plus