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I was just wondering if anyone else applied to the accelerated bsn program at Georgetown starting this fall? I am attending an information session in mid April and wanted to see if anyone else is going.
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- Mar 19, '12 by vnmeltzerHey!
I did! I'll be attending a visit day on April 13th! Did you apply anywhere else?
- Mar 19, '12 by TXgirl912I will be attending that day as well! I also applied to George Washington and Marymount, what about you?
- Mar 19, '12 by bsntobeThanks for starting this thread TXgirl912! I'm going to the 3/30 info session. Did you guys also apply for the WHC scholar?
- Mar 19, '12 by TXgirl912Yes, I did. I will be interviewing for that on 4/14. Did you apply also?
- Mar 19, '12 by bsntobeYes, my interview will be on 3/31 at WHC. I just got the itinerary for that interview. I'll let you know how it goes after next weekend.
- Mar 20, '12 by vnmeltzerHey,
No I didn't apply for it, mostly because I read somewhere that it was either impossible to work in pediatrics or nearly impossible and I ONLY want pediatrics.
I also applied to Hopkins, Maryland CNL, GW, and Marymount. So far I've been accepted to Hopkins and Marymount and I've got an interview with Maryland. Decisions, decisions. How and why did y'all pick Georgetown?
- Mar 21, '12 by bsntobeHi! I picked Georgetown b/c it's a really good program and they have the WHC scholarship. I would have applied to Hopkins and NYU as well but they are too expensive and have no scholarships. If money wasn't a factor, I definitely would apply to those programs too. I'm interested in pediatrics as well, but if I am accepted for the WHC scholar program then at least I know I will have a job right after graduation. Even though there is a need for nurses, it takes time to get a job as a new grad in the current economy b/c older nurses are coming out of retirement or staying longer in their positions. I've read in posts from past years that there is an option to break your contract with WHC; you just have to pay back what you basically borrowed. Having at least 1 year experience as a nurse opens up more job opportunities.
- Mar 21, '12 by vnmeltzerYeah, you're definitely right about all of that! Good luck!
- Mar 22, '12 by meghancHi all! I will also be attending the 4/13 and 4/14 sessions. I'm looking forward to meeting some of you and hearing about your interview experiences!