I'm job-hunting for my first nursing job and have my very first interview for a New Grad RN position this Friday. Letters of recommendation aren't required, but if I choose to hand some in to the nurse manager who is interviewing me, would 2 be incomplete? Would the nurse manager think that is insufficient? I have 1 letter from a former clinical instructor and 1 from a former supervisor (I did front office for 3 years in a doctor's office). If I decide to ask for a 3rd letter, would it be okay if I ask my old co-worker who I worked with in that doctor's office? She also did front office.. There's no other instructor or professor from nursing school who I can think of to ask..
I'm considering to hand in a portfolio that includes the letters of recommendation. If I decide not to hand in a portfolio, do I just hand in the letters of recommendation alone at the very end of the interview?