Can I Work as a Certified Nursing Assistant or Medical Assistant While in School? - page 3
Imagine you are a nursing student who wants to start accruing healthcare experience now. However, volunteering at a hospital or nursing home might be totally out of the question because you need to... Read More
0Jul 6, '13 by MohamedElsayedWhen I was a student in the 2nd year of faculty of nursing I started my career as a bed side nurse under training unpaid of course to learn nursing skills in a private health center & after 1 month I was ready for the paid job and I repeated this in different fields of nursing Hemodialysis, NICU, PICU, Medical and surgical department and I became sharply skillful in the fourth year of my studying
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0Jul 6, '13 by ebinbrooklynMy 6 years CNA/MA experience is old but was incredibly valuable and how I ended up in nursing - they were rough jobs but I really loved them. I got to work in LTC, dermatology, plastic surgery and home care and it really fueled me to go back to school. I had some wonderful , LPN, RN and MD mentors who taught me so much - things I'm using in nursing school now. My last job was in 2000 (I ended up leaving after college), is that too long ago to add to my resume now? I'm volunteering as well but it's not the same...I miss being a MA a lot but I can't work in my accelerated program, at least during this leg of it.
1Jul 7, '13 by TheCommuter, BSN, RN Senior ModeratorQuote from ebinbrooklynI personally wouldn't include any experience on the resume if it's more than ten years old. Certain aspects of society can be ageist, and this includes some hiring managers, so they might look at the dates and conclude you're 'older' than you really are.My last job was in 2000 (I ended up leaving after college), is that too long ago to add to my resume now? I'm volunteering as well but it's not the same...I miss being a MA a lot but I can't work in my accelerated program, at least during this leg of it.