School nurse...and more! - page 2
The bell rings at 7:15 sharp every morning. Mondays are probably the busiest. Soon there is a line of half a dozen middle school aged children, all clutching papers, sporting hospital bracelets and... Read More
1Aug 17, '12 by FlareI think it's not so much what you say, but how you come off. Be confident, be upbeat and energetic and let your body language tell your interviewer "I will have this job under control"
0Apr 7, '13 by jdonovan151, MSN, APRNI'm hoping to pursue find my next nursing job in a school... I'm a 43 year old male in the Boston area so I'm hoping some folks could reach out to me with some assistance on securing a position. Feel free to contact me directly.
0Apr 8, '13 by FlareYour first step is to find out what the requirements are to be a school nurse in Mass. I thought we recently had a thread posted here on what state required what, but i wasn't able to find it with a real quick search... i'll dig a bit more later on. Most people wanting to break in to school nursing find it easiest if they begin subbing in a district that they will be offered a job once one comes available should they be fully qualified.