Hi everyone, I'm a new grad RN. Received my license in July 2015. Since then I've been looking for a job like a mad woman. Getting a nursing job in NYC as a new grad has been much harder than expected. I'm currently still in school to get my BSN. I just applied to an agency to their new grad home care program, and its' a little shady. Its low pay, only $26.50/hr. There's an unpaid 2 week orientation. 1 week classroom and another week of shadowing a nurse through their entire 8 or 12 hours shift in a patient's home. $2000 must be paid to the agency if one choses to deny the job after the orientation. Even though it is unpaid. Again, thats IF I receive an offer after doing the orientation. They do claim that they're in a dyer need of nurses. Little to no benefits (besides metro card and insurance after a few months), ex. no paid holidays, only 40 hour sick leave, no extra for night shift. They seem very strict and not flexible with scheduling. I did sign the contract but orientation isn't until later this month and if cancel and I don't go to the orientation, I shouldn't have to pay $2000.Does anyone have experience with this agency or think its a bad idea?