Quote from wefdm21
I think I will do that. Good advice. You know, it was a good interview. I prepared by rehearsing my answers to some common questions and I even came with questions in hand. I did stumble on a couple of the questions they asked, but she said there were no right or wrong answers. They had to notice that I was tearing up as I talked about how enthusiastic I was about the job. Sigh... We will see. I'll send the thank you note this Monday. How long was it before you heard from someone after your interview.
I should have been clear that I am not a VA nurse. I am waiting to hear from my Army Nurse Medical recruiter to see if the December 1st Army review boad accpted my application or not.
Not sure why the hold up but, there is one.
An Air Force recruiter suggested to me that it may be due to the fact that I will be a new nurse graduate this June 2007 and said that the AF wasn't taking new graduates until September 2007. Slight possibility that is the Army case.
Depending on what happens I may end up switching to applying through the Air Force.
I thought I was too old for the Air Force Active duty but, surprisingly they also take nurses for AD up to 41!!
Hanging in here, good luck to you too!
p.s. any time that I did send a post interview thank you I usually did hear from the interviewer, either then or later after hired, about it.