1.What kind of floor are you working on? ortho/trauma
2.Where are you from? illinois, but moving to virginia
3.HOW DID YOU GET THAT JOB?--Did you have connections?, Work there previously, application process, follow-up process, interview tips, anything at all would be helpful. I had absolutely no connections to this hospital, but it was my dream to make it happen! I applied on New Year's Eve, received a call from them the next business day and was interviewed by HR. She passed along my information and I did a phone interview in February. I was then put on a waitlist, so I started interviewing at other hospitals. I got a call the monday after graduation with a job offer. I think the one thing that really helped me were to do my research on this hospital. They are known for asking a strange question during the interview process, which I only learned through allnurses.com. I took the question to my practice interview session with the head of career counseling, and he helped me with a response. I still believe that's what made them keep me in the running because it's used as a weed out question. I also had a list of question to ask everyone who interviewed me. Anytime I spoke to anyone at the hospital, I made it clear that it was the only hospital that I wanted to work at. I also made sure that I made contact with my HR person at least every other week. Good luck!