- Graduate of BRN, NLN, or AACN/CCNE accredited nursing program
- Currently unemployed or under-employed, obtained a California RN license and graduated within the last two years
- U.S. Citizen or can provide documentation of authorization to work in the U.S.
- Must be able to complete all clinical and course content hours
- Must have reliable transportation
- Must be genuinely interested in pursuing a career in home health, clinic, or school nursing
- Preference for RNs with Public Health Nurse Certificate
- Bilingual applicants are encouraged to apply although it is not a requirement
- Complete application typed, single spaced, and submit with the following documentation:
- Professional resume with education (include GPA for Nursing Major), work, and any
healthcare or community related volunteer experience. List separately your clinical
rotations with locations and number of hours
- Describe what Ambulatory Care Nursing means to you. List 3 short-term goals you
would like to obtain working in the Ambulatory care setting (Home Health, Clinic, or
school nurse settings) for your professional role development during the program.
Describe one learning outcome that you'll achieve from working in the Ambulatory care
setting. State any restrictions on your participation such as work schedule conflicts,
transportation, lack of health insurance coverage, etc.
- Copy of your RN license (both sides), CPR card, and if applicable, Pubic Health Nurse
- Describe your efforts to obtain RN employment since graduation. Include response of
- List any other degrees outside of nursing.
- If accepted, you must submit by specified deadline, documentation of all pre-clinical
requirements for clinical facility/agency providing the clinical experience e.g. BLS-HCP,
proof of malpractice insurance (provided through USF program), immunizations, PPD/chest
x-ray and any other site specific requirements for work. You will also be required to submit a
$200 non-refundable processing fee made out to The University of San Francisco.
- No tuition will be charged for participation in the program. The program does not provide paid positions to the new RN Resident.
- Admission is for the course/program only, and not indicative of future admission to The University of San Francisco.
- You may be requested interview in-person, on the phone or asked to fill out an assessment
form via a web link as part of the selection process. This does not guarantee admittance to the
program. Email letter will notify you as to your acceptance status once the selections have
Applications for Spring 2015 will be accepted from October 15th – November 26th, 2014.
For more information please contact Jessie Bell, the Program Coordinator, at email@example.com