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Providence TIP Program September 2020 Cohort

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Hi,

I created this forum for September 2020 applicants for Providence's TIP Program. Feel free to drop questions, comments, and updates on your application status. I'm sure there are hundreds of us who are curious on the process, especially during this COVID-19 epidemic.

On 5/31/2020 at 9:55 PM, gameoftonesRN said:

Hi,

I created this forum for September 2020 applicants for Providence's TIP Program. Feel free to drop questions, comments, and updates on your application status. I'm sure there are hundreds of us who are curious on the process, especially during this COVID-19 epidemic.

*pandemic, sorry.

coffeeIVbolusSTAT

Has 1 years experience.

Just wanted to say that there is already another thread for Providence TIP for Fall 2020 (the date is a little off--says August 2020) that already has some replies, if you want to post there instead:

Hello have you heard back yet?

Hi,

I also applied for the September cohort. Have you heard back yet? And did you apply to the experienced RN one or the new grad?

11 hours ago, AC BSN RN said:

Hello have you heard back yet?

Nope, not yet. My application was last updated on the 29th.

6 hours ago, emark21 said:

Hi,

I also applied for the September cohort. Have you heard back yet? And did you apply to the experienced RN one or the new grad?

My application was last updated on the 29th. I applied for the new grad program.

No 😕 I just checked as well. No changes so far.

msdecember31st, MSN, RN, EMT-B

Specializes in New Grad.

I have applied to St. John's in Santa Monica and have heard nothing. No interview, no rejection. Last I heard was an email that they received my on-demand interview...

1 minute ago, msdecember31st said:

I have applied to St. John's in Santa Monica and have heard nothing. No interview, no rejection. Last I heard was an email that they received my on-demand interview...

Theyre no longer hiring

Does anyone know the process? I only got the email to answer the questionnaire. Is that usually the first step?