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How Could an Internship Benefit Me?

Who me? An internship? If you’re an adult learner, transitioning from a military career, or relaunching a career after a hiatus, you may think you’re not a good candidate for an internship opportunity, but that’s not true. Just like any other student, you may benefit from internships that are related to your intended career.

Tips for Choosing an RN to BSN or an MSN Degree

If you’re already a working registered nurse (RN), but haven’t earned your bachelor’s degree in nursing, now is a good time to consider heading back to school. A master’s in nursing may also be an option for you if you are more interested in nursing education and administration than daily one-on-one patient care.

How to Write an Effective Thank You Note

Writing a thank you letter after a job interview is standard practice in today’s business world. But what you say, how you say it, and when you send the thank you note may mean the difference between leaving a positive impression and being lost in a sea of applicants. With a little planning, careful reflection, and timely delivery, your thank you message will have the best chance of placing you ahead of your competition.

2016 Nursing Conferences: Choose One and Register Today

Whether you’re just starting out as a nursing student, have been a student for a while, are a new nurse or have been working for decades, one of the nursing conferences we’ve highlighted in this article is bound to pique your interest. From general nursing to ambulatory nursing and critical care, there are many options to choose from this year.

Embracing the End of Your Project

At work, every project you create or work on can feel like an extension of yourself. That’s only natural; the best ideas are a reflection of their creators. Because of this phenomenon, however, it can be incredibly hard to end a project when it’s naturally time to do so; you don’t want your project or concept to die, potentially because you view that as a form of failure.

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