April 2018 California Cohort - page 7
Hey everyone, I applied for the April 2018 California Cohort, did anyone else apply? The next cohort after this isn't until August 2018. Anyone know when they'll make their decisions on admissions... Read More
Jun 14Quote from FuturePedOncoNursePoor for acute care. I have heard of new grad ADNs currently in a RN to BSN program get hired at an acute care hospital but only if they knew someone and had a hook up. Most new grads fighting for positions right now are BSN so chances of you getting an acute care job as a new grad ADN are slim. I know new grad BSNs that can only find jobs in dialysis, hospice, LTC/SNFs...Anyone know about job outlook for Adn's in Southern California?
Jun 14Quote from FuturePedOncoNurseIt would be difficult to get hired with an ADN at most magnet hospitals.Anyone know about job outlook for Adn's in Southern California?
I'm retaking my TEAS and reapplying for October. If I don't get in, I will have to reevaluate. I'm still pretty down about not getting into August. I would have retaken my TEAS sooner, but my counselor didn't think it was necessary. If you don't have at least a 90 on the TEAS, I wouldn't even bother applying to WGU in So Cal. It's brutal out there.
Jun 14I've been working as a CNA in a hospital for 4 years...Every single person that I know that already works in a hospital doing something else ie: CNA, PCA/T, Phlebotomy, Transport, Monitor Tech/Unit Secretary etc. has had zero issues getting into their hospitals new grad RN programs with an ADN. However, my friends who are not employed at a hospital prior to nursing school/through nursing school have major difficulty getting into a new grad RN program. Alot of hospital strongly prefer BSN but I definitely know many ADN grads that are still getting jobs in acute care. In 2-3 years, it may be a whole different situation though...