Seattle U - APNI 2012 - page 2

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Anyone already applying at Seattle U? Which track? I haven't finished my pre-req's, so I am probably not too competitive this year, but I am going to apply anyway. I am applying for the nurse-midwife track and my background is... Read More


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    Great, so it sounds like there is another nursing event in November? I will be sure to check it out!
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    Just joined allnurses and saw this thread...I've been wondering all these things too.

    I am applying for the CNM program as well, with a Spanish/Public Health/International Studies background from Ohio State (hey blackbird singing!)

    I'm about to graduate in December, as I am currently working on three of the pre-requisites. I will only have anatomy/physiology left to complete before june. I'm hoping that won't make me uncompetitive...

    I agree that if anyone is in the Seattle area you should drop by Garrand Hall and try to talk with someone. I had a fabulous informal meeting with one of the women who started the program and she helped me out so much.
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    i just received email from (moderator edit of name - please do not name individuals in your program per tos) saying that the classes start in june - so i am guessing i'm out, since i have to take some credits during the spring and that will be too late..
    Last edit by sirI on Oct 13, '11
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    Quote from banannie89
    Just joined allnurses and saw this thread...I've been wondering all these things too.

    I am applying for the CNM program as well, with a Spanish/Public Health/International Studies background from Ohio State (hey blackbird singing!)

    I'm about to graduate in December, as I am currently working on three of the pre-requisites. I will only have anatomy/physiology left to complete before june. I'm hoping that won't make me uncompetitive...

    I agree that if anyone is in the Seattle area you should drop by Garrand Hall and try to talk with someone. I had a fabulous informal meeting with one of the women who started the program and she helped me out so much.
    Hey banannie! I have a Spanish degree from OSU, too!! We probably have had some classes along the way at some point... I just graduated in June.
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    Que raro. What are the chances? Who are you? haha
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    I'm applying for the PMHNP track in December. Not sure how competitive I am, but I'll never be accepted into the program if I don't apply My former education includes a BS in chemistry (UW) and a MA in secondary science teaching (WWU). Ideally I'd love to specialize in working with children, especially adolescents.

    I recently received my CNA so am currently looking for a hospital assistant / patient care technician position, so if anyone has contacts at local hospitals, I'd love to chat with you.

    I'm looking forward to learning more about my potential classmates!
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    I'm still here.. Still debating if I should apply this year or not. I will continue following this thread even if I don't!
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    Hey Kalium, I'm applying for psych as well! I have a degree in psych and have worked for several years doing psych research working with clinical populations. I've been volunteering at a hospital as well. We'll see how it goes...
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    Hello all! I am applying to CNM as well. I'm mailing my letter of intent and resume tomorrow and then everything will be in! Reading this has given me insight, I was really curious what kind of backgrounds other applicants have. I have a BA from University of Florida in education and some post-bach work at a local college to get all my pre-req's in. I still have yet to complete 2 of them so that makes me very nervous. I plan on doing them in the spring. I'm really nervous about getting in- I am putting all of my eggs into the Seattle U basket! I have a lot of volunteer experience but its all in working with children, hardly any in medical field (just a bit of shadowing at a doctors office). I feel like I am a long shot applicant but I would SO love to get in.
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    Barbaraleev, good to know that you're taking courses in the spring as well. I don't think you should be worried about these two courses at all. Do you work in education as well (paid)? I am curious to hear what kinds of jobs other people have after graduating. Good luck to you!


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