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Your post gives me hope. I wouldn't mind moving and living/working in a rural area serving others. Where is your location besides being in Oregon? I can PM yet.
I love it. The classes are hard but that's nursing. It would be that way anywhere. I think the best thing about Bay State is the staff. They care and really take the time to help you. It's a small program so you end up really knowing everyone and working as a team with your classmates. Clinicals are everywhere. Boston, South Shore and the North Shore.
Really though, you have to pick the program that is right for you. Good luck!
Hello, Everyone I have just received my acceptance from Bay state and was wondering if any current or graduated students could give me some insight about the program, Clinical placements and whether you liked them or no?
Currently waiting to hear back from Quincy college so want to get some info before I put deposit down.
No, no. I am applying for other part time hospital jobs. I wouldn't think to apply for Rn jobs until after I had my license.
What are your thoughts? I've been accepted in to an ASN program that has direct access into a BSN program. Meaning, if I keep my grades up, I can automatically continue onto a BSN. Should I list in pursuit of ASN or BSN for jobs that I am applying to now?
For those of you have attended, what did your first semester schedule look like? Also, does anyone starting this year have a fall schedule yet?
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