LPN New Grad looking for networking in CT

  1. 0 I am a new grad LPN in CT. In the last two weeks I have applied in person to 18 LTCC. I had gotten an interview for per diem, but I havent heard anything. Being in school the last 12 months, l need to start working. I know I have big dreams but would love to find a baylor weekend shift as I want to continue in January for my BSN. Anyone please help!
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  3. Visit  ahloock profile page

    About ahloock

    Joined Oct '12; Posts: 3.

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  4. Visit  GoosbyLPN profile page
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    iM A NEW NURSE TOO AND WHAT I DID TO NETWORK WAS JOIN A NURSING ASSOCIATION IN UR AREA I JOINED 2 NURSES ASSOCIATION OF ATLANTA & ATLANTA BLACK ASSOCIATION WHICH I WENT TO THE FIRST MEETING THE LADIES WERE SO HELPFUL ESPECIALLY THEM BEING IN THE NURSING FOR SO LONG. THAT WILL HELP OUT A LOT
  5. Visit  tnbutterfly profile page
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    Moved to CT Nursing where you will hopefully get more response from some of the CT nurses.
  6. Visit  NursieNurseLPN profile page
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    Quote from ahloock
    I am a new grad LPN in CT. In the last two weeks I have applied in person to 18 LTCC. I had gotten an interview for per diem, but I havent heard anything. Being in school the last 12 months, l need to start working. I know I have big dreams but would love to find a baylor weekend shift as I want to continue in January for my BSN. Anyone please help!
    Hi! Im also a new grad lpn in ct. Have you had any luck?
  7. Visit  ahloock profile page
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    I had an interview my first week of filling out applications, it was a group interview and it was me and another LPN, however, I haven't heard back yet. Other than that, no call backs- 18 applications I filled in. Going to call career services from the school I went to.
  8. Visit  NursexOx profile page
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    Keep trying. You'll hear back from someone. I know when I first graduated I applied in person to every skilled nursing and assisted living facility in my surrounding towns, I emailed/faxed/mailed my résumé to at least 50 places, and applied for jobs online. If you can get into skilled nursing it'd be great because you'll get your basic skills under your belt for future job offerings. Good luck =)


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