Getting ready for a job or college interview? It's time to brush up those interviewing skills.
Check out this article that goes over all you need to know on how to prepare before the interview, what to do and say during the interview, and how to make a lasting impression. Some bonus interview questions are also included.
Research: Always do your research before entering an interview. It is always impressive to employers and schools that you've done that little extra step in getting to know where and what you are interviewing for.
Dress the Part: Don't just roll out of bed and head out the door. Plan your outfit the night before and be sure to look your best. You want to make a good first and lasting impression for when desision time comes around.
Be on time (Or Early): Be prepared! Give yourself extra time for traffic and other instances that could occur. It is always better to be extra early and wait than to be running late.
How to Become a Nurse
Think about the last time you were sick or injured. Did you visit your school nurse? Or, maybe you were treated by a nurse at your doctor's office?
No matter where they are, nurses work as caregivers. They have an important job and they're needed in all types of settings. In fact, some nurses even travel the world to provide help.
As you make your way through school, you're bound to hear, "what do you want to be when you grow up?" Could "nurse" be your answer?
If you've always wanted to make a difference, this career path provides that opportunity. If you want variety and the chance to form strong bonds with others, nursing offers both. Each day is guaranteed to be different and you'll benefit from the relationships you create with your colleagues.
As you think about what you'll do after high school, use this comprehensive nursing guide as a resource. It includes information on nursing degrees, careers and salaries. It explains which steps you need to take to pursue specific nursing paths. Unlike some careers, there isn't one way to becoming a nurse. From short diploma programs at your community college to master's degrees, nursing school is the perfect fit for students of all backgrounds.
The guide begins with a comprehensive view of the larger nursing landscape, and then dives deeper into the field's many specializations, including registered nurses, licensed practical and vocational nurses, nurse practitioners, neonatal nurses and more. The new guide was researched and written by Marijke Durning, a nurse educator, administrator, and former clinical nurse with years of medical education and experience.
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Please visit the High School Counseling Schoology page and use the following access code:RQ2TV-R5ZDH for the most up to date career planning and summer opportunities. Check out the attached list below for career planning opportunities such as jobs, apprenticeships, pre-college programs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and summer programs.
As students explore career paths, some ongoing and local opportunities also include: