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by BluebellRN BluebellRN, BSN (Member)

BluebellRN has 15 years experience as a BSN and works as a School Nurse.

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Who is going to be working this summer? 

I considered camp and summer school, but I need to have some minor surgery this summer. Now I'm considering doing some agency work to have greater schedule flexibility. Or, I might just kick back and relax. 

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AdobeRN works as a Pedi RN.

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Not working this summer - worked my @$$ off since last fall to be able to spend 6 weeks in Spain backpacking/walking Camino de Santiago.  

 

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BluebellRN has 15 years experience as a BSN and works as a School Nurse.

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6 weeks in Spain sounds like a dream!!

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5 minutes ago, AdobeRN said:

Not working this summer - worked my @$$ off since last fall to be able to spend 6 weeks in Spain backpacking/walking Camino de Santiago.  

 

That is fantastic!  Good for you!!!!!

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Eleven011 has 20+ years experience and works as a School Nurse.

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I work year round at an ALF as supervising RN, so in the summer, I just pick up more hours, do more in depth stuff, etc.   I am "on the books" at a SNF to do PRN, but they don't usually need much.  Going to be busy enough getting my kiddo off to college :(

 

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Nope nope and nope. If I wanted to work during the summer, I'd go back to my outpatient hospital job 🙂

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kidzcare has 5 years experience.

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This will be my 3rd summer working at a sleepaway summer camp. I'll be there 4 weeks and my kids get to attend. It'll be from mid-June to mid-July. 

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Just now, kidzcare said:

This will be my 3rd summer working at a sleepaway summer camp. I'll be there 4 weeks and my kids get to attend. It'll be from mid-June to mid-July. 

I can't believe this is your 3rd summer already!

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CampyCamp has 18 years experience as a RN.

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I'll be filling in Peds, NICU, healthy couplets...wherever the hospital needs me, taking my first summer vacay in years, and working at camp. Just one short camp though, not two back to back camps taking up all summer!

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NutmeggeRN has 25 years experience as a BSN and works as a HS Nurse.

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1 hour ago, AdobeRN said:

Not working this summer - worked my @$$ off since last fall to be able to spend 6 weeks in Spain backpacking/walking Camino de Santiago.  

 

Yay for you!!!

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kidzcare has 5 years experience.

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1 hour ago, jess11RN said:

I can't believe this is your 3rd summer already!

I know! My oldest has 3 more summers to attend and my twins have 6 more so that is where I will be for the foreseeable future!

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nmr79 works as a School Nurse.

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I will be working at a day camp.  It's a sweet gig- 8:30-12 M-F for 6 weeks.  I still feel like a get a break, and it pays the same that I make in a 9-hour day during the year.  Plus, I get to bring my daughter to work with me, since she goes to the camp (along with my niece and nephew, plus tons of other kids I know).   I get 4 weeks off between the end of camp and the start of the year. I cannot wait. 

 

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