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Specializes in PACU. Has 6 years experience.

You probably have to check back periodically. I haven’t seen many residency programs that have revolving postings. When I applied for residency it was posted 5 months before I graduated.

Nurse SMS, MSN, RN

2 Articles; 6,837 Posts

Specializes in Critical Care; Cardiac; Professional Development. Has 12 years experience.

You want a new nurse residency program with included housing and only want to consider ER positions? You are looking for a unicorn. It doesn't exist.

Ahrabia

15 Posts

To become a ENP, I must work a full year in the ER before applying.

Rose_Queen, BSN, MSN, RN

6 Articles; 11,273 Posts

Specializes in OR, Nursing Professional Development. Has 18 years experience.
58 minutes ago, Ahrabia said:

To become a ENP, I must work a full year in the ER before applying.

That may take a multi step process. Get an acute care job and then transfer to the ER after a year or so- you don’t want to hold out and end up unemployed for a length of time that’s going to look bad on a resume.

Ahrabia

15 Posts

Thank Your guidance.

NLS

14 Posts

I am a Canadian RN and while working with an international recruiting agency I once received a job offer that listed 3 months of free housing , along with $1,500 housing stipend for a relocation package. In the end, I took a different job that did not have all these benefits but that was in my dream location. You could try and find a recruiting agency that helps nurses move within the US and see if that would be part of their moving package. Specify to them that you are a new grad and that you would like to have a residency for new grads offer, they might know hospitals that would give you such an offer.

Ahrabia

15 Posts

What recruiting offered you those benefits? I need help in my search.

NLS

14 Posts

On 2/10/2020 at 11:33 AM, NLS said:

White Glove, they offer a lot of jobs in the New York area, just make sure that you make your expectations known to them from the start. Good luck!

edit: their website is whiteglovecare.com, it does not seem that they still offer those except for maybe travel nurses. What part of the States are you willing to move to?