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    JPS July 2020 Residency

    My second interview was with P4, Tower 7 did not pick me for a second interview and she was waiting to hear from E3.
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    Texas Health Versant July 2020

    I applied for 6 positions on the February 14th round of applications. Five say "application under review" and one says "application received". I received the Korn Ferry email on Friday, but had previously completed it and haven't heard anything else yet.
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    JPS July 2020 Residency

    I got called for a second one and had it on Friday on the unit. When she scheduled it I asked if she had any info from other units and one did not put me on the list and the other had not got back to her yet.
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    Advent Health Contract

    Curious to see how it worked out? I was going to suggest to ask the new company about a "relocation" bonus- which could then be used to pay off the contract.
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    JPS July 2020 Residency

    I think we should start hearing something mid-month.
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    Parkland Residency Summer 2020

    I looked at last year's thread and there were people still just getting notifications in April.
  7. newbie2020

    John Peter Smith/JPS Nurse Residency July 2019

    I have applied for the July 2020 program and would love to hear from anyone currently going through - the good, the bad, questions to ask? Pay range? Other hospitals have posted, but I haven't seen anything on JPS. Full disclosure -- I currently work there in a clerical position.
  8. newbie2020

    JPS July 2020 Residency

    Starting this thread for any interested applicants for the July 2020 JPS Residency Program.
  9. newbie2020

    Parkland Residency Summer 2020

    I applied to four spots! I really don't want to drive to Dallas, BUT I have to get a job right after graduation so I am applying to every residency program. Good luck everyone!
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    BSN vs ADN and Residency

    Hello Everybody. My plans have been to enter a two year program beginning in the Fall of 2018. I am recently reading that with an ADN you pretty much need to get into and complete a one year residency program to even get hired by a hospital. In the meantime, over the last few years, I have been working on my BS (General Studies) and have accumulated 88 out of 129 hours. So here are my questions: 1. If I get my BS and then do a one year second degree to get my BSN, will a residency program still be as necessary to get hired? 2. Is the talk of residency programs to get hired, over-hyped? 3. By BS will take three semesters (full time) to complete, and then two to three to complete the fast track BSN (and cost more), vs 4 semesters to complete ADN --- feeling torn on what to do..weigh in with your experiences. Thank you!
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    Anyone familiar with Big Bend Medical Center in Alpine, TX?

    I'd love to know how this panned out. That are is one of my favorite places in the world!
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    Weatherford College ADN Fall 2018 Applicants

    If you have just stumbled upon this in your searching - go over to facebook and join the group if you are applying for Fall 2018. Link is posted above!
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  14. newbie2020

    Weatherford ADN Fall 2017

    I have heard it is definitely 6 weeks. I applied; I know I am short on points for Fall 2017, but figured why not? You never know!! I am currently taking my last two pre-reqs, so I only get one point for each of those. If I don't get in for Fall 2017, I will reapply. Did anyone apply for Bridgeport campus? Anyone know the points for previous semesters at Bridgeport?
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    Weatherford College - ADN vs LVN - Campus Options

    Help -- anyone? Need info as app deadline is approaching!
  16. I was planning on applying to the Weatherford College ADN program for Fall 2017, but I am starting to doubt that I have enough points. Final two pre-reqs are being completed this semester, so I only get one point each for those. Need one more class to get 3 bonus points. The rest of my points are maxed out, except TEAS which I am planning on retaking. So my questions are -- should I try applying for the LVN and then bridging to the ADN -- this will require a flight to take the ACCUPLACER as I am currently working out of state on a contract job? Are fewer points typical to get into the other campus locations (Bridgeport and Granbury)? Are my chances higher at those locations if I am low on points? A friend told me she got in with 26, but I am seeing others say they didn't get in with 30. HELP! Thank you!
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