I am a newly licensed LPN, didn't receive it in the mail yet, passed it on Jan. 9th. I have given out several of my resumes last week - 2 in person and several online. Haven't heard anything yet, just want to see what you all think of my resume, constructive criticism welcome. I just don't want to keep handing it out if it is not really as good as it could/should be? Thanks in advance.
Energetic and motivated LPN dedicated to delivering quality patient care. Compassionate, intuitive, and a good team player, looking for a position in a top-notch facility.
Passed NCLEX January 9th 2013
Recent graduate of Dutchess County Boces LPN Program. Dec. 21, 2012.
Highest Overall Average
Member of National Technical Honor Society
Traumatic Brain Injury (CE571)
Critical Blood Loss Demands Fluid Resuscitation to Fight Hypovolemic Shock (CE 490)
BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED Program)
CNA Certification XXX
Certification Date: 04/05/2011 - 04/30/2013
Oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, medication administration
Assistance with ADL's
Clinical Rotation Experience:
Lutheran Long Term Care Facility: Eleven Weeks - Poughkeepsie, New York
Northern Dutchess Thompson House: Eight Days - Rhinebeck, New York
XXX: CNA - 09/2010 - 12/2011
Homecare setting - female- double lower extemity amputee - assisted with ADL's and ambulation.
Substitute teacher/ substitute teacher assistant 09/2008- 09/2011.
Certified Teacher Assistant at that time.
My duties consisted of supervising the students, grading exams, and homework.
Census Bureau April 2010 - August 2010
My duties included data collection -documentation- good people/communication skills
Stay At Home Mom: 12/2002- 09/2008