Because you are not licensed yet, I think you should remove the section on "Clinical Practice." All nursing students do clinical rotations, so that's expected as part of your education, but it is not independent practice. Most resumes are read in 10 seconds or less, so stick to a one page format. Keep your statement at the top brief, and leave some of that wording for your cover letter. I had the same issue when starting, but remember, nurse managers hiring new grads are looking for a clean format, and NO grammar or punctuation or spelling errors. Proof read carefully, or have a trusted friend or instructor do it for you. Managers are not looking at your nursing experience because you have none. Prior work experience is great if it ties in somehow--if you worked in healthcare or in a job where skills transferred, such as customer service or time management. Highlight those skills, and play up your military experience--it is a real asset when applying because of the discipline of being in the military. Don't forget any honors or awards you have earned. When I was graduating, I googled new grad nursing resumes and looked at them until I found one that worked for me, then pulled the best elements from it to make a one page resume. Hope this helps and best of luck to you!