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EzRN6237

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    Texas RN to Colorado License

    Thank you for the info!!! @MelodyStickrod
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    Texas RN to Colorado License

    Just received licensure in TX as well and looking to relocate to CO. I know we have the 90 days to practice via the NLC, but I have no idea if 90 days is long enough for it all to go through. Let me know if you find out any information! And, if I get info, I'll relay it to you as well! Best of luck!
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    Houston Residencies Fall 2019!!!

    Also, to my knowledge, hospitals considering ADNs are: Memorial Southeast Methodist Baytown UTMB-Galveston (although, it's not technically for their Residency program. But they treat hired Staff Nurse I and New Grad Nurse Residents the same.) Please add on to this list with other facilities!
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    Houston Residencies Fall 2019!!!

    Thank you for posting this! I am in the exact same situation. Just graduated in March with my ADN and didn't get matched for the Summer cohort with anyone as well. I would love any advice/suggestions on job opportunities to do over the Summer to add onto my resume, since I don't have any healthcare experience prior to nursing school.
  5. Hello all. I am a new RN-ADN grad from Houston looking to relocate to the Denver area. I wanted to get an idea of the job situation/climate in the area as I have heard that it is quite competitive and difficult for new grads to get hired. I have a bachelor's in another area; just graduated with the ADN in March; haven't gotten any bites job-wise in Houston, and I'd to get my foot in the door and begin my career! I plan on beginning my BSN this Fall. However, what are the chances of getting a job without having a BSN? Are there any facilities in the Denver metroplex (Englewood, Aurora, etc) who hire ADNs? Any information and/or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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