UCH Residency July 2012 - page 5
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Anyone else get an interview with University of Colorado Hospital Residency program for July 2012 start?... Read More
- 0Jul 22, '12 by newgradsdMy name was posted on the board of nursing Monday morning!!! I also did my health screening that afternoon. Found an apartment the next day south of Aurora near Denver Tech, 20 mins away from work. I was going to get an apartment near the hospital but I was told that the crime rate in that area (especially around Colfax) is pretty high. My move-in date to the apartment is July 30th, so I'm currently staying in an extended-stay hotel for now. I'm exhausted!! Anywhoo...I can't wait to meet you tomorrow!!!
- 0Jul 22, '12 by Sand_DollarCongrats to all who got hired! I'm an ACP (Advanced Care Partner aka Sr Nursing Student) at UCH and the hospital is AMAZING. I can't believe how lucky I am to be working in such a fantastic hospital. I will be applying to the nurse residency program myself next year. I just wanted to pop in and say Welcome to UCH - I hope you love it as much as I do.
- 0Jul 29, '12 by lonestar9918I was wondering where some of you went to school, and what advice you would offer me to make myself a good candidate for this residency in 2014. I will graduate with my BSN in May 2014, and my dream is to find a spot in CO. I attend a small private university in TX, and hopefully can maintain my high GPA. But is a high GPA good enough? What else do you think helped get you an interview and set you apart from the crowd?
Thanks in advance and congratulations!!
- 0Jul 29, '12 by NewGradNurse2012Thanks Sand Dollar! I'm having a great first week here at the hospital! Good luck in the hiring process, and make the most out of your senior year!
Lonestar - They UCH application does ask for GPA, but they also want to see what kind of nurse/ person you are. They are all about evidence based practice, changing for the better based on evidence, and lifelong learning. You should also have different activities that shows you are about being a nurse (e.g. joining your Nursing Students' Association, becoming a CNA, volunteering, TAing, etc.) Each person is unique and will have experienced different things to set them apart. Find something that you're passionate about and go for it. Good luck!