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    Banner Health New Grad RN Program

    Thank you so much for all of this helpful information! Makes me a little less nervous
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    Banner Health New Grad RN Program

    I'm honestly not sure but I don't see why not...especially if you will have your BSN because that is definitely preferred. On my application, I did list BSN in my education. I just made sure that it was clear I did not currently hold a BSN but do have an anticipated graduation date and currently working towards that. Also- from my understanding a computer first filters through the applications and will discard the ones that do not meet the criteria...so make sure you are using key words in your resume and application, such as BSN, words from Banners mission and vision statement, etc. Not sure if this is really true or not but hey might as well try
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    Banner Health New Grad RN Program

    This is what the Banner New Grad application states: "At this time the program is on-going, year round. There is no application deadline, however it is recommended that you apply no earlier than 60 days prior to graduation and taking your NCLEX. Job postings are refreshed approximately every 100 days, so you may be asked to apply again."
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    Banner Health New Grad RN Program

    Hi! I had initially applied Dec 2018/Jan 2019 and didn't receive any calls back. When I applied a second time, I made sure to list my references of people who I know that work at Banner. I even reached out to a friend (RN) who currently works at Banner and she told me she would put in a good word for me...so I honestly think part of me getting an interview was because of that. I had previously been a CNA and then LPN for about 2 years and I am also currently working on my BSN with expected graduation date of Feb 2020...so not sure if any of those factors influenced it as well.
  5. Hi everyone! I'm sure this has been previously discussed before but I wanted to ask for more recent advice. I have accepted a position with Banner Health in their new grad program. I will be on the Progressive Care Unit (PCU) and start Banner orientation next month. I am both excited and nervous! Couple of things I wanted some advice/information on: 1. What is the Banner Health orientation like? When do I start working on the floor with my preceptor? 2. How does PCU compare to a med-surg/tele floor? Any recommendations on what to review before I start? What all does "academy" entail? 3. I am starting on nights! I have never worked nights before. My fiance works the normal M-F 9-5...any recommendations on adjusting sleep schedule, routine, meal planning, etc? Thank you all in advance!
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