Mayo Summer III

  1. Just wondering if there are any other allnurses students headed to Rochester for the summer, for Mayo's Summer III program? Stop in, say hello, what unit will you be on? I will be in a neurology unit. I am very excited!!
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  3. by   CRNAStudent
    I did the Summer III program at MAyo in the summer of 2002, and I had a blast. You will get to knowso many other people and have an awesome summer...make sure you go to the Apple River to go tubing for a day or weekend...its a lot of fun! I was in Eisenberg 10-2 (Solid Organ Transplant).



    Quote from Rayrae
    Just wondering if there are any other allnurses students headed to Rochester for the summer, for Mayo's Summer III program? Stop in, say hello, what unit will you be on? I will be in a neurology unit. I am very excited!!
  4. by   nursin09
    I am participating in the Summer III program during the Summer of 2008! Is anyone else from allnurses.com going to be there? What about past participants; How did you like it?
  5. by   godfatherRN
    I'll be there this summer (move down to the Evanston Housing this Saturday!!) I got assigned to my top choice Eisenberg 10-3 Med/Surg/Transplant ICU at Methodist. I can't wait to get down there and take part in this wonderful experience.

    ~Joe University of Wisconsin Eau Claire 2009
  6. by   mydeluna
    Hi I'm just wondering how many applied and got accepted. Was it tough? I'm planning to apply for the summer of 2009. Hopefully, I'll get in.
  7. by   godfatherRN
    I just got done with my summer, and it was probably one of the best summers of my life. HR told us over 600 applied and 140 were accepted. I'm assuming your question of whether it was tough pertains to getting in, and based on the numbers I'd probably say yes. However... There the application is based on a point system. You get points for things like GPA, experience etc. but you also get points for the essay as well as your interest areas. Don't put only a few ones and the rest threes. Put a lot of 1s and 2s and very little 3s. They want applicants who are open to different areas. Lastly in the essay talk about "the needs of the patient come first" That's Mayo's philosophy down there, so if you say that's your philosophy you'll prob get some brownie points! Best of luck to you and if you have more questions reply to this thread and I'll try to answer them the best I can!

    P.S. Mayo's amazing!
  8. by   mydeluna
    Quote from godfatherSN
    I just got done with my summer, and it was probably one of the best summers of my life. HR told us over 600 applied and 140 were accepted. I'm assuming your question of whether it was tough pertains to getting in, and based on the numbers I'd probably say yes. However... There the application is based on a point system. You get points for things like GPA, experience etc. but you also get points for the essay as well as your interest areas. Don't put only a few ones and the rest threes. Put a lot of 1s and 2s and very little 3s. They want applicants who are open to different areas. Lastly in the essay talk about "the needs of the patient come first" That's Mayo's philosophy down there, so if you say that's your philosophy you'll prob get some brownie points! Best of luck to you and if you have more questions reply to this thread and I'll try to answer them the best I can!

    P.S. Mayo's amazing!
    On the website, it says according to MN law, students cannot pass medicines. Most of the skills heavily rely on the technical stuff. How rich is the experience that one gets in joining the league of Summer III? What is the job description for students? Thank you.

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