Jersey College has solely offered nursing programs since 2004 and has graduated over 2,000 licensed professionals.
Professional Nursing Program (RN) LPN to RN Bridge Track (RN)Generic Track (RN) Practical Nursing Program (LPN) Nurse Residency Track
Our New Jersey, Florida an Indiana campuses are located near major metropolitan areas easily accessible for the commuting student.
Ewing, New Jersey (NJ/PA) Teterboro, New Jersey (NJ/NY) Jacksonville, Florida Tampa, Florida Fort Lauderdale, FloridaLargo, FloridaPort Charlotte, FloridaFort Wayne, Indiana
Each campus is accredited and approved by The Department of Education to offer Federal Financial Assistance to our students.
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Our Chancellor and President welcome you to Jersey College.
Our mission and goals direct us towards excellence in nursing education.
We have provided quality nursing education since 2004.
Our accreditations and licenses ensure you receive the best in nursing education.
Our partnerships give you even more educational opportunities.
Nursing is not just a job, it's a lifestyle.
New careers await our graduates—Hear what they have to say.
Serving northern New Jersey, the greater New York City metropolitan area & southern Connecticut.
Serving New Jersey, Delaware, and the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area.
Serving the greater Ft Lauderdale, Miami & Dade County regions.
Instructional Service Center serving the Largo and St. Petersburg, FL areas.
Instructional Service Center serving Port Charlotte and Fort Meyers, FL areas.
Serving the greater Tampa and Brandon, FL areas.
Serving the northern Florida and southern Georgia region.
Instructional Service Center serving Fort Wayne, IN.
Take nursing classes in the evenings to free up day time for work and home life.
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Do not bring up salary
We are all eager to know what our salary will be for the job we are applying for, but the interview probably not the time to bring it up. You should have already done your research prior to applying for this position so you are aware of the average salary range. A more appropriate time might be if the interviewer brings it up, during a second interview or once you are hired for the position. You do not want to give the impression that your main focus is salary.
Do not leave your cell phone on. Silence it or turn it off.
Bringing your cell phone into an interview can be considered a sign of disrespect. There’s nothing worse than to be on an interview and have your cell phone go off - especially if you have a selected song as your ring tone that may be inappropriate. Show your potential employer that you care about the interview by leaving your phone in the car or turning it off.
Do not wear clothes that are wrinkly, inappropriate, or sloppy.
You never want to give the wrong impression about who you are, and since appearance is everything, you need to reflect that. Do not wear clothes that are (i) too tight (ii) show cleavage, (iii) dirty, (iv) wrinkled, (v) unhemmed etc. Also, be sure not to wear excessive jewelry, strong cologne, heels that are too high…You get the picture.
Do not have conversations on your cell phone while you are in the waiting area
Waiting room areas are like train stations without all the noise. You don’t want to appear annoying or unprofessional before you even interview for the position. Remember that you may also not be the only person interviewing for that position. People do not like to feel as if they are forced to listen to other people’s conversations.
Do not talk poorly about past employers
Negativity about your former job sends the signal that you’ll be negative about your next job. Interviewers don’t want to hire someone who complains, who looks at the bad side, or who doesn’t seem to be satisfied. From the prospective of the employer, a whiner looks ungrateful. And that’s the last thing anyone wants in their office.
If you would like more tips about nursing interviews or need help with your job search, be sure to see your Career Services Representative. They can help you prepare for your next job through mock interviews, resume writing workshops, and general job coaching.
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