Posts Tagged ‘travel assignment’
Then, take advantage of Advantage RN’s “Win Back” incentive which puts an ADDITIONAL $1,000 bonus dollars in your wallet if you take a 13-week travel assignment with us by May 5, 2018. (more…)
Meet Spring – an Experienced and Happy Traveler with Advantage RN
Advantage RN caught up with Spring T., RN, recently and asked her to share some of her travel nurse wisdom. Spring has been an RN for five years and a traveler for three. Her love of travel and adventure has met its match with her choice to be a travel nurse! Read on for more details and check out her photos taken from her out-of-facility adventures. (more…)
In her own words, Kelley tells us what it’s like to walk a mile in her travel nursing shoes…
I have been a nurse for nine years and a travel nurse for two. My nursing career goal from the start was to be travel nurse as I always enjoyed traveling.
What I like most about travel nursing is that I get to enjoy traveling the country with my BFF — aka my husband – and, at the same time, I get to enjoy regular time with my children and grandchildren who live in different states. (more…)
When asked what piece of advice she would offer new travel nurses, Chelsey said “Never be afraid to ask for help. There are lots of things you’re not going to know right away – policies, doctors, where things are kept, the computer system – but everything is going to be okay. You just need to be flexible and not panic.”
Chelsey has been a travel nurse for the last two years. She’s traveled across the U.S. from New Hampshire to Washington State with her two cats. She transports them in a large dog crate which allows them to have their litter box, food, water, and a comfortable place to rest on the road. She even purchased a luggage holder for on top of her car to give them all the room they need. (more…)
A whole New Year lies ahead and this is the perfect time to reflect on where you’re going next. From your upcoming travel assignment to your newest personal goals, there’s nothing like a resolution to get you in the swing of things.
Sure, you’ve done this before, but this is a chance to experience your resolutions in a fresh way. After all, now that you’re a traveler, everything is a little bit different every new place you go. If you’re new to traveling, then starting the travel nurse part of your career is an easy way to kick-start your resolutions right away. (more…)