Use these resources to help you research careers in the nursing field.
UNLV Career Services
Career Services offers an abundance of resources to assist with developing a career and choosing a major. Receive career counseling and guidance on interviewing and resume building, access books and information, and much more. Career services has everything you need to get started on your path to career success.
AfterCollege Job Resource Center
The career tools and job postings on the AfterCollege Job Resource Center site are tailored specifically for UNLV School of Nursing members. The tools include a comprehensive, easy-access employer profile network, job search filters, and professional networking capability that allows students to connect with peers, alumni, and employers.
The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners’ online career center, AANP CareerLink, is your primary resource for high-quality Nurse Practitioner job applicants and opportunities in Acute and Critical Care, Adult, Cardiology, Dermatology, Emergency, Family, Gastroenterology, Gerontological, Neonatal, Occupational Health, Oncology, Palliative Care, Pediatric, Psychiatric/Mental Health, School Health, Surgical Women's Health and others.
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National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA)
With a membership of approximately 50,000 nationwide, the National Student Nurses' Association mentors the professional development of future nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance.
The HealthCareMatch.com works to find quality clinical rotation experiences for students, with a career option at the end of the rotation. The service specializes in the placement of APNs and PAs. The service provides the highest quality health care professionals in the industry and offers a comprehensive health care staffing service nationwide.
Travel nursing is a career path that enables licensed nurses to travel the country while doing what they love. Because of the current high demand, nurses have the opportunity to travel and work in a variety of locations on short-term assignments, and decide the location and specialty they prefer.