A few weeks ago I interviewed for an RN job on the neonatal intensive care unit that I volunteered at for over 2 years.
Yesterday I was offered the job, contingent on me passing NCLEX.
I haven't accepted yet (and my dreams of moving to LA are still very real) and I have until I pass boards to formally accept, but the offer is there and, for all intents and purposes, I have a job 6 weeks before I graduate, which has me feeling all kinds of happy, blessed, and flattered. It's just crazy to me that everything I have worked so hard for for essentially 3 years is coming to an end and a new beginning is on the horizon. Truly is amazing how ANY dream can come true, all it takes is a little imagination, and a lot of resilience, dedication, and hard work.
25-year-old RN working in the NICU. I have a BA in journalism from the University of Dayton, that is nothing more than decor on my desk, & a BS in Nursing, which I earned in 11 insane months. I love to travel, read, laugh and make people laugh, and be outside. I often lack a verbal filter and am sometimes (a lot of time) slightly (really) crazy. This is my story.
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