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Nursing Student Extern Program - Summer 2020 Varied Shifts

Requisition #: 226924
Location: Howard County General Hospital, Columbia, MD 21044
Category: Nursing Support/Patient Care
Work Shift: Rotating Shift
Work Week: Casual (less than 20)
Weekend Work Required: Yes
Date Posted: Feb. 20, 2020


The Nursing Student Extern performs direct patient care tasks under the direction of the Registered Nurse and performs various tasks as competency documentation designates.


Must be enrolled in an accredited RN program and have successfully completed Fundamentals of Nursing with a patient care clinical component in a hospital setting. 2.5 GPA required, 3.0 GPA is strongly preferred. Must be prepared to submit college transcript and two (2) reference/evaluation letters from nursing instructors at the point of interview. The Summer Nursing Student Extern program will begin June 22, 2020. The program is 8 weeks in length with 4 weeks of classes/clinicals between the hours of 7am-3:30pm or 8am - 4:30pm and 5-6 weeks of hands on training which includes rotating shifts and departments. Initially, you will work 40 hours per week during the summer. At the conclusion of the summer program, Nursing Student PCT's are given the option to work on a PRN basis until graduation or one year, which ever is greater. Maryland Certified Nursing Assistant license is required. Must maintain current Healthcare providor CPR certification.

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