How are interviews conducted?
Your recruiter is knowledgeable on the specific requirements and the length of time necessary to obtain a license in the state you have chosen to take an assignment. In some states the procedure is lengthy, so advanced planning is needed. Please refer to the resource selection on our menu for more information about state licensure and other interesting links valuable to travelers.To become a Cirrus traveler, we require a degree from an accredited program (depending on your area of expertise) in the United States or Canada. We also require a minimum of one year of clinical experience in your specialty area.
How do I know if courses will transfer as prerequisites?
Official transcripts must be mailed directly from prior school(s) to the address below. Following transcript evaluation confirmation of transferable credits will be sent to the student.Lansing Community College’s Nursing Program articulates with eight or more universities in Michigan. You can complete your BSN by completing approximately two more years at one of these institutions. A link to some of these universities is available on theAbsolutely not.
What fees am I required to pay?
There are no fees that you will incur. The only fees possible are elective insurance options that you may choose to accept beyond the comprehensive, paid insurance benefits that Cirrus Medical Staffing provides to all travelers.For the younger student, who does not have outside family responsibilities, the after class socialization is not the same as at the four year universities. College is often a “right of passage” for the late adolescent and that socialization is not a major focus You will have to meet the LPN program prerequisite course requirements. Often these will transfer from your previous college.Many of our students work part-time.
What is the typical student profile of a nursing student at Lansing Community College?
The average age of a Lansing Community College nursing student is currently 28.8 years. Students range from 19 to 54 years of age. Most students are married or divorced and have children at various stages of development. More than 50% work part-time Learning Style – The technical nurse program is more hands-on along with theory, so you can apply what you are learning More Options – You have the option of exiting after one year (LPN) or two years (ADN) — if you can’t manage two years atOnce you are accepted, you will receive a letter inviting you to a mandatory orientation meeting.
Why choose Cirrus?
Cirrus travelers are highly compensated, treated fairly, have recruiters that are accessible on a 24 x 7 basis for emergencies, offer one of the most highly desirable paid insurance packages in the travel industry, and we work with each traveler on an individual basis. At Cirrus, you aren??t a number. We recognize each traveler??s contribution to our organization and we often show our appreciation by remaining flexible to our traveler??s needs. We make it easy for you.The Accelerated program requires that the applicant have a Bachelor’s degree. The degree can be in any area. All pre-requisites, including general education and NURS 200, must be completed before starting the Accelerated program. The nursing courses and subject areas are covered in 6 weeks instead of 8. The program is 14 consecutive months. Some of the coursework is online, with lab on campus and clinical hours in the Lansing and surrounding areas.
How do I enroll as an LPN articulation student?
Students who need additional advising should contact Counseling and Advising, in the Gannon Building-Suite 204, or call for additional information. Your prior course work will be evaluated and a plan of study will be developed for you.It’s always best to make preparations for an assignment as soon as possible. Your Cirrus recruiter will take you through the steps of preparation including providing valuable information regarding your destination. Each assignment may require specific ways to prepare, so you are in safe hands with our guidance.To become a Cirrus traveler, we require a degree from an accredited program (depending on your area of expertise) in the United States or Canada. We also require a minimum of one year of clinical experience in your specialty area.
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