NYP New Grad "Invite Only" Career Event - page 2
by mdw6 | 12,698 Views | 28 Comments
Hi All, Over the last month or so I've been slowly making my way through New York Presbyterian's New Grad Nursing Program application process. After applying online several times unsuccessfully, I finally recieved news that I... Read More
- 0Jun 6, '13 by kiki1984Quote from humblenurse12@humblenutse no i got decline from nyp period however *** wasn't the one I spoke to but I do have her email address.@kiki1984 I am in the same position as @aml623. I was told I would get a phone call or email with details about the event but haven't heard back yet. Did *** contact you?Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Jun 6, '13 : Reason: ToS
- 0Jun 6, '13 by kiki1984Quote from humblenurse12@yea I had a phone interview with them and I was told I will hear back in two weeks time for in person interview. Three weeks came and nothing so I emailed the person who called me to follow up and she replied back and told me that I was not selected to interview with them. I know it's not meant to be. I will send you **** email. Just check your PM@kiki1984 Sorry to hear that. How did you find out? Did someone email you? Their application process is so confusing. Could you possibly send me her email?Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Jun 6, '13 : Reason: ToS
- 0Jun 6, '13 by JustBeachyNurse, LPN******staff reminder****
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- 0Jun 25, '13 by louwlitaI went to the event, it was laid back and the nurse managers were very helpful..I got positive feedback from a few but I still havent heard back from the hospital..has any new grad heard back from them? I know that the NYP application process takes long, so i am not really worried just curious