What is a Nurse Extern?
A nursing student in good standing of a nationally accredited nursing program and entering their final year of associate or bachelor’s degree RN program. CNA required. To apply, click here.
What Does an Extern Do?
Gets a head start on their nursing career. Partner with a registered nurse to provide direct patient care and improve clinical skills and competency.
Opportunities for Externship:
- Emergency Department
- Intensive Care
- Intermediate Care
- Labor and Delivery
- Starting at $16/hour
- Develop clinical confidence, delegation, priority setting, and clinical decision-making skills.
- Practice communicating with patients and care team.
- Establish valuable professional relationships.
- Eligibility to convert to RN position and receive a $5,000 sign-on bonus.
- Educational assistance to further your RN degree.
- Flexible scheduling options.
- NCLEX test fee reimbursement.