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Fillable Printable Example of New Graduate Nurse Resume

Fillable Printable Example of New Graduate Nurse Resume

Example of New Graduate Nurse Resume

Example of New Graduate Nurse Resume

Example of New Graduate Nurse Resume
Jackie M. Hammocks
3421 S.W. 49 Terrace Miami, Florida 33143
Phone (305) 382-7788 Email:jmhamocks@gmail.com
Objective
To gain experience and knowledge and to utilize my skills as a registered nurse in a manner that would
provide security to patients, family members, and hospital staff, at a MAGNET recognized pediatric
hospital
Licensure/Certification
FL RN License # 1017293, Current-2011
American Heart Association CPR Certification, Current-2010
Education
Dec 2008Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Emory University, Atlanta, GA
Honors (GPA 3.81)
Experience
2008Children’s Hospital of Atlanta
Clinical Practicum, Medical-Surgical Unit
Functioned in the role of a RN under supervision of a RN
preceptor providing comprehensive care to children and their
families experiencing acute medical-surgical health alterations
2007-2008 Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital, Atlanta, CA
Nurse Extern
Provided basic care, including vital signs, hygienic and nutritional
care to children experiencing a variety of medical-surgical health
alterations. Interacted with children and their families providing
physical and emotional support.
Honors and Awards
2008Alumni Award, Emory University School of Nursing
2008Outstanding Scholar Award, Alpha Epsilon Chapter, Honor Society
of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International
Professional Organizations
Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International
Alpha Epsilon Chapter, Current-2010
National Nursing Students Association, 2004-2008
References Available Upon Request
Example of Early Career Nurse Resume
Samantha Fernandez
10651 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33125
Phone (954) 554-9754 Email: RNI@yahoo.com
Objective
To contribute my expertise as a neonatal nurse clinician in the role of a Clinical Nurse
Specialist working to educate both nursing staff and families about the uniqueness of
caring for acute and chronically ill neonates.
Licensure/Certification
Florida RN License # 907623, Current-2010
Critical Care Registered Nurse, Certification # 40962, Current-2010
Neonatal Resuscitation Certification, Current-2010
American Heart Association CPR Certification, Current-2011
Education
August 2004-December 2006
Master of Science in Nursing
Specialization in Nursing Education
Barry University, Miami Shores, FL
August 2000-May 2004
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Cum Laude
University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
Experience
August 2004-Present
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL
Registered Nurse
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Level III Staff Nurse
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Clinical Preceptor
August 2007-Present
Barry University, Miami Shores, FL
Clinical Instructor
Pediatrics, Undergraduate Generic Nursing Students
Pediatrics, Undergraduate Accelerated Option Nursing Students
Presentations
July 2004
Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International
16
th
Annual International Research Congress, Dublin, Ireland
“Predictive Variables of Success for NCLEX-RN in Baccalaureate
Nursing Students”
Publications
October 2007
Mosby’s Nursing Consult, Evidence-Based Nursing Monographs
Ulcerative Colitis
Honors and Awards
January 2006
Foundation of the National Nursing Student’s Association, Promise of
Nursing Regional Faculty Fellowship Grant
May 2004
University of Miami School of Nursing Alumni Award
Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, Beta Tau
Chapter, Outstanding BSN Graduate
August 200-May 2004
Presidents, Provosts, and Dean’s Honor Roll
Professional Organizations/Memberships
American Association of Critical Care Nurses, 2007-Current
Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, 2004-Current
Florida Nurses Association, 2004-Current
American Neonatal Nurses Association, 2004-Current
Special Skills
Bilingual-Spanish
References
Available Upon Request
Example of Curriculum Vita
CURRICULUM VITA
1.Date:
PERSONAL
2. Name:
3.Home Phone:
4.Office Phone:
5.Home Address:
6.Current Academic Rank:
7.Primary Department:
8.Secondary or Joint Appointments:
9.Citizenship:
10.Visa Type:
HIGHER EDUCATION
11. Institutional:
12.Non-Institutional:
13.Certification, Licensure:
EXPERIENCE
14. Academic:
15.Non-Academic:
16. Military:
PUBLICATIONS
17. Books and Monographs:
18.Juried or refereed journal articles and exhibitions:
19.Other works, publications and abstracts:
20.Other works accepted for publication:
PROFESSIONAL
21a. Funded Research Performed:
21b. Other Funded Projects:
22. Editorial Responsibilities:
23. Professional and Honorary Organizations:
24. Honors and Awards:
25. Post-Doctoral Fellowships:
26. Other Professional Activities:
27. Teaching Awards Received:
28. Teaching Specialization:
29. Thesis and Dissertation Advising:
SERVICE
30. University Committee and Administrative Responsibilities
University:
School of Nursing
31. Community Activities:
32. Other Professional Activities:
Example of Cover Letter New Graduate
Jackie M. Hammocks
3421 S.W. 49 Terrace
Miami, FL 33143
January 15, 2009
Philip Marmack, MSN, RN
Nurse Recruiter
Orlando Children’s Hospital
2500 Celebration Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
Dear Mr. Marmack,
Please accept the attached resume as an application for one of the new graduate nurse positions
that were discussed during Orlando Children’s Hospital career fair, January 6, 2009. I recently
graduated from Emory University’s School of Nursing baccalaureate program with honors. In
addition to my 15 week practicum experience on a pediatric medical-surgical unit, I worked for
one year as a nurse extern at a children’s hospital in Atlanta, GA. I have been lucky enough to
have exceptional registered nurse mentors who have prepared me clinically and professionally
for my first position as a registered nurse following my graduation.
I would appreciate an opportunity to interview for one of the available positions in the new
graduate nurse program. I understand that Orlando Children’s Hospital has one of the best new
graduate nurse programs in the state, providing a 12 week orientation program with a preceptor.
I have spoken to several past participants from this program who have said that our orientation
program eased their role socialization and allowed them to refine their new skills and
experiences prior to taking on their responsibilities as an independent registered nurse.
I look forward to hearing back from you soon to set up an appointment for an interview with you
and your staff. If you have any questions prior to that time, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Sincerely,
Jackie M. Hammocks
Example of Cover Letter Early Career Nurse
Lauren Janofsky
13465 S.W. 112 Avenue
Miami, FL 33186
January 15, 2009
Jane Alexander, PhD, RN
Associate Dean
Central Florida University
School of Nursing
Orlando, FL 32801
Dear Dr. Alexander,
Please accept the attached curriculum vita as an application for one of the clinical instructor
positions advertised in the most recent edition of The Florida Nurse. I believe that I am well
qualified for this position in that I have been practicing as a registered nurse in pediatrics for 4
years and I am certified as a neonatal critical care nurse by the American Association of Critical
Care Nurses. I have also had the opportunity to act as a preceptor for several of your
undergraduate students in the neonatal intensive care unit and have found this experience to be
both challenging and rewarding.
I would appreciate an opportunity to interview for one of the clinical instructor positions. I
understand that Central Florida University’s School of Nursing NCLEX-RN pass rate is
consistently over 95%. In addition, I have had the opportunity to work with many of your
graduates as new registered nurses and have found them to be well prepared and clinically
competent. This is the type of nursing program that I would like to be a part of as clinical
instructor.
I look forward to hearing back from you soon to set up an appointment for an interview with you
and your faculty. If you have any questions prior to that time, please do not hesitate to contact
me.
Sincerely,
Lauren Janofsky
Example of Thank You Letter
Jackie M. Hammocks
3421 S.W. 49 Terrace
Miami, FL 33143
January 15, 2009
Philip Marmack, MSN, RN
Nurse Recruiter
Orlando Children’s Hospital
2500 Celebration Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
Dear Mr. Marmack,
Thank you very much for taking the time to speak with me today about a new graduate nurse
position at Orlando Children’s Hospital. I found our conversation to be most interesting,
especially the details about the 12 week orientation program that is available. I know that this
opportunity will assist me in my role transition, particularly as I will be guided by an
experienced preceptor. I was also excited to hear about the possibility of beginning my nursing
career on the neurological/neurosurgical unit, a unit that has consistently received high marks by
patients and families, for their outstanding nursing care in The Florida Nurse.
It was a pleasure to meet with you today. As we discussed, I look forward to hearing back from
you within the next week about this exciting and challenging new graduate nurse position
opportunity.
Sincerely,
Jackie M. Hammocks
NOTE: All examples are excerpted from Marshall, Lois. (2010). Take Charge of Your Nursing
Career: Open the Door to Your Dreams. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of
Nursing, Indianapolis.
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