1. Hi I'm a fairly new grad myself I'm an lpn for 14 months in longterm/subacute care and I currently also hold a ba in communications in which I had a hard time finding a job. I'm 27 so I'm part of the younger crowd, but I always look to seasoned nurses for advice and different ways to do things. I'm not sure which part of nursing I want to end up in, but I like the idea of helping people which is one of the reasons I became a nurse and the other was my aunt is an rn and gave me the suggestion. currently I am looking into ways to go ahead in my career, I like the idea of the masters program for nursing for people who already hold a ba, but the only school so far that I've seen that has that is yale, so I'm still researching it, and I def don't want to do online, I'm more hands on type person. if anyone has suggestions I def appreciate the feedback. for now just wanted to say hello, and you can call me little angel nurse, that's what my residents like to call me.
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  3. by   TheCommuter
    Welcome to these forums and good luck to you!
  4. by   ariel5120
    Quote from TheCommuter
    Welcome to these forums and good luck to you!
    thanks, how long have you been a nurse?
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    [font=impact]welcome to the site. enjoy your stay and best wishes to you.