DFW Internships 2013

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    Does anyone know when Internships for June-August 2013 will be posted?
    I know Baylor and Parkland is sometime in February.. What about Medical City, Presby, Methodist hospitals?

    Thanks!
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    I applied for a September internship at UT Southwestern several years ago and the application period took place during early June.

    In general, the application period is two to three months before the start of the internship. So if you're looking for June to August internships, apply between March and May. Good luck to you.
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    Baylor has a 2 week window....Feb 1-14.
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    Quote from meraki86
    Does anyone know when Internships for June-August 2013 will be posted?
    I know Baylor and Parkland is sometime in February.. What about Medical City, Presby, Methodist hospitals?

    Thanks!
    Baylor's Internships were up on Feb 1, they close Feb 15. Parkland HR said to check between the end of March and early April. Methodist posts open end of April to early May. Anyone know of any other facilities offering ER internships?
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    Quote from TheCommuter
    I applied for a September internship at UT Southwestern several years ago and the application period took place during early June.

    In general, the application period is two to three months before the start of the internship. So if you're looking for June to August internships, apply between March and May. Good luck to you.
    Apply between March and May?? Baylor's programs ends 2/15, are you intentionally trying to sabotage people?

    Perhaps if you don't have an accurate, confirmed answer it may be best to not respond?
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    Quote from rachelshusband
    Apply between March and May?? Baylor's programs ends 2/15, are you intentionally trying to sabotage people?

    Perhaps if you don't have an accurate, confirmed answer it may be best to not respond?
    Nope, I'm not looking to sabotage anyone's chances of success at landing new grad internships. I have seven years of nursing experience (four years as an LVN and three years as an RN). Therefore, I'm not competing with any of the jobless new grads out there. I have a job, stability, good income, and success. I have been continuously employed in nursing since I have had my license.

    I was not specifically referring to Baylor's program when I suggested to apply between March and May. Perhaps you should not become so defensive or paranoid when you come across a reply that rubs you the wrong way.
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    was wondering if anyone has info on which hospitals require a BSN for any critical care internships? I wud be done with RN-BSN courses in may but still have few prerequisites like texas history etc which wud prevent me from "formally" graduating in May
    Also, wud any hospitals consider my case as an equivalent to BSN?
    Any help appreciated!
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    Quote from TheCommuter
    Nope, I'm not looking to sabotage anyone's chances of success at landing new grad internships. I have seven years of nursing experience (four years as an LVN and three years as an RN). Therefore, I'm not competing with any of the jobless new grads out there. I have a job, stability, good income, and success. I have been continuously employed in nursing since I have had my license.

    I was not specifically referring to Baylor's program when I suggested to apply between March and May. Perhaps you should not become so defensive or paranoid when you come across a reply that rubs you the wrong way.
    In the past two years since I've joined this website, you paint the gloomiest picture for nursing jobs in DFW. I don't recall you ever having anything postive to say. But beyond that, specific to this thread, it would have been best for you to not comment. You don't have the facts necessary to respond and as a result gave an inaccurate response. The rub is, your experience in the field isn't translating to you having knowledge on the topic of "DFW Internships 2013".
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    Quote from rachelshusband
    In the past two years since I've joined this website, you paint the gloomiest picture for nursing jobs in DFW.
    Sometimes the truth hurts, which is why many people gravitate toward 'yes'-people, cheerleaders and Pollyannas who paint unrealistic pictures and tell others exactly what they want to hear. The truth is that, although new grads in the DFW area are getting jobs, the local job market is horrid. Each job opening is receiving several hundred applications. There are not enough new grad openings for every new nurse who wants a job, plain and simple.

    People cannot seem to handle the truth and would rather hear, "There's a big nursing shortage! There's tons of jobs out there! You can get hired anywhere!"
    Quote from rachelshusband
    I don't recall you ever having anything postive to say.
    I feel I've made plenty of positive posts over the 8 years that I've been posting here, but I'm not one to candy-coat anything. However, you are respectfully entitled to your opinion on that matter.
    Quote from rachelshusband
    But beyond that, specific to this thread, it would have been best for you to not comment. You don't have the facts necessary to respond and as a result gave an inaccurate response. The rub is, your experience in the field isn't translating to you having knowledge on the topic of "DFW Internships 2013".
    I mentioned my previous work experience only because, in a previous post, you implied that I was purposely trying to sabotage peoples' chances at landing new grad spots. I was not pusposely attempting to sabotage anyone's chances at anything because I am not competing with the new grads.

    You know what? You're right. I'm wrong. Whoop-de-do and Hallelujah. I did not have the facts to respond to queries regarding Baylor's timeframe for accepting applications. However, please be more attentive to the dates that these discussions are started. This discussion was originally not about Baylor, and it was started one month ago before Baylor's application period had even opened. I was giving a general time frame that had nothing specifically to do with the Baylor health system.

    I wish you the best of luck with you future endeavors. And, as always, if you see a post that rubs you the wrong way or incites feelings of angst, it might be best for you to ignore it. We actually have an 'ignore' function that you can feel free to access. But keep this in mind: I am not one to shrivel up and back down. If you want positivity, you need to be more positive and look in the mirror.
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    Quote from TheCommuter
    Sometimes the truth hurts, which is why many people gravitate toward 'yes'-people, cheerleaders and Pollyannas who paint unrealistic pictures and tell others exactly what they want to hear. The truth is that, although new grads in the DFW area are getting jobs, the local job market is horrid. Each job opening is receiving several hundred applications. There are not enough new grad openings for every new nurse who wants a job, plain and simple.

    People cannot seem to handle the truth and would rather hear, "There's a big nursing shortage! There's tons of jobs out there! You can get hired anywhere!"
    I feel I've made plenty of positive posts over the 8 years that I've been posting here, but I'm not one to candy-coat anything. However, you are respectfully entitled to your opinion on that matter.
    I mentioned my previous work experience only because, in a previous post, you implied that I was purposely trying to sabotage peoples' chances at landing new grad spots. I was not pusposely attempting to sabotage anyone's chances at anything because I am not competing with the new grads.

    You know what? You're right. I'm wrong. Whoop-de-do and Hallelujah. I did not have the facts to respond to queries regarding Baylor's timeframe for accepting applications. However, please be more attentive to the dates that these discussions are started. This discussion was originally not about Baylor, and it was started one month ago before Baylor's application period had even opened. I was giving a general time frame that had nothing specifically to do with the Baylor health system.

    I wish you the best of luck with you future endeavors. And, as always, if you see a post that rubs you the wrong way or incites feelings of angst, it might be best for you to ignore it. We actually have an 'ignore' function that you can feel free to access. But keep this in mind: I am not one to shrivel up and back down. If you want positivity, you need to be more positive and look in the mirror.
    Good advice. It's nice to have someone who tells it like it is. Sometimes we need to know the truth. Too many people are up and leaving their current living situations in hopes of finding a job and end up realizing they can't get a job where they thought they could. It's tough out there, for everyone!
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