I am a new grad as well... just got my license last July. I've been working in a Assisted Living Facility for the past 6 years, as a Med Aid, and now, as a LPN. We have a high number of Diabetics with sliding scales. So, the LPNs control de CBGs/Insulin shots, any other treatment (like inhalers, breathing treatments, dressing changes, first aids,creams, eye drops, etc.) and a lot of monitoring/teaching. I love it! It's my favorite type of job so far. I tried long term care and Rehab but... I still prefer AL.
If you can, since you want more skilled esperience, try to be part time in two different jobs, one being AL and the other being LTC. This way, you will get the chance to see different things.