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The most common questions about our Pediatric RN Residency Program
In order to provide the best educational experience, we ask that you follow your preceptor’s (or preceptor team’s) schedule.
Requests for special scheduling may not be able to be accommodated.
No time off will be approved for the first 90 days.
A BSN or MSN Entry to Practice degree is preferred. Any candidates who are offered a position in the RN Residency but do not have their BSN will be required to sign a commitment to obtain their BSN within a specified time frame. This information will be presented and signed as part of the offer of hire letter:
“If you do not currently possess a BSN or MSN degree, by accepting this offer of employment, you certify your understanding of the following: (a) you must provide proof of enrollment into BSN or MSN degree program to your hiring manager within 12 months of hire date; and (B) you must provide documentation of completion of the BSN or MSN degree program within 36 months of hire date. These requirements are not a contract for continued employment, and they do not entitle you to any tuition or other benefits. If you fail to adhere to our education requirements, employment will be terminated.”