Nursing Grants, Scholarships and Opportunities
Nursing Job Resource Center
Provides Nursing scholarships and job opportunities
National Rehabilitation Hospital careers
Nursing job opportunities for students
Nursing Jobs and Internships
Along with scholarship information, your Career Network has many jobs and internships specifically for nursing students.
Please take a few minutes to look at the jobs and internships currently available. This career resource is updated daily and more opportunities will be available throughout the year.
Click here to view opportunities: http://www.aftercollege.com/
Good luck with your job search and please feel free to forward this information to anyone who might be interested.
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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Loan repayment program for nurses (yearly cycle)
Washington Hospital Center – Emergency Department
Volunteer program for undergraduates
The Emergency Department at Washington Hospital Center needs your help!
Washington Hospital Center is DC’s main trauma, burn, stroke, and cardiac catheterization center and we are a major provider for the area’s under-served, making our ER the District’s busiest. Beginning in January, we are starting a volunteer program for undergraduates to assist our staff and to help improve patient experiences during what can be a scary, confusing time. While volunteering, you will also see the excitement of the Emergency Department and meet a great group of new and experienced nurses, senior physicians, residents, and Georgetown medical students who are happy to teach, answer questions, or give career advice during our slower moments.
Details: No specific experience is needed, only interest and motivation and we’ll provide the rest. Expected commitment is at least 15 hours a month, but since we’re always open, times are completely flexible. Parking and a meal allowance are provided.
Interested? Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arizona State University: Wish You Were Here?
Opportunity for graduating students who may be interested in pursuing a master’s degree in regulatory science and health safety
Study in the Valley of the Sun, work for the FDA, earn a valuable graduate degree in Regulatory Science, and embark on a diverse career for safe health! Sound good?
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), and the CDER Academic Collaboration Program (CACP) invites you to apply for a unique program. You will earn a Master’s degree in Regulatory Science as a Commissioned Officer in the United States Public Health Service while enrolled at the Arizona State University (ASU) College of Nursing and Health Innovation (program pending approval by the Arizona Board of Regents). To apply, visit the ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s web site: http://nursingandhealth.asu.edu/regulatory.
The ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation is launching a two-year Master’s program in Regulatory Science and Health Safety (MSRSHS) to increase regulatory and safety competencies among health professionals. Students and professionals who qualify will be commissioned in the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Commissioned Corps (http://www.usphs.gov/default.aspx) and will receive tuition, housing allowance, and a competitive salary with active duty benefits (http://www.usphs.gov/aboutus/questions.aspx#whatare) during their studies. Upon graduation, the student must agree to work for FDA/CDER for two years for each year of paid tuition as a USPHS Commissioned Corps officer.**Please note that at this time we are not able to offer this opportunity to those already holding a commission in the USPHS**
To be enrolled in the program, all applicants must apply and qualify to be commissioned into the USPHS Commissioned Corps in addition to being accepted into the ASU Graduate College. It is highly recommended that candidates apply to both the USPHS and to the ASU MSRSHS program simultaneously.
To apply to the ASU MS in Regulatory Science and Health Safety, visit the ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation’s web site: http://nursingandhealth.asu.edu/regulatory. For more information, contact Dr. Sandra Shire (Program Director) at Sandra.Shire@asu.edu or 602-496-1694.
Acceptance into the United States Public Health Service
Candidates must apply and qualify to receive a commission in the USPHS prior to entering the program. For more information, contact:
- LCDR Carlos Bell at CDERCommissionedCorpsJobs@fda.hhs.gov
- CAPT Greg Wood at Greg.Wood@fda.hhs.gov (programming questions)
To qualify for this program in the Commissioned Corps, candidates must:
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Be less than 44 years of age (unless prior uniformed service)
- Be medically qualified
- Receive a favorable suitability/security investigation
- Have at least a qualifying degree from an accredited institution (varies depending on occupation)
NCLEX Examination Resources on the Web
Future NCLEX candidates are strongly encouraged to access the NCSBN Web site to stay up-to-date on NCLEX policies and processes. Candidates and nursing educators can find:
Please visit www.ncsbn.org/nclex.htm to find all of the information available!