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VIRGINIA: Jefferson College of Health Sciences

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    • Assuming credentialing would take about the same amount of time regardless of job as a new grad leads me to believe that “retail” might mean working at Lowes , Home Depot, or others during the holiday season. I’d say take the time to reconnect with family and friends. After all, you were probably nonexistent to them for the last 2.5 years. I do understand the urgency of starting to make money with the student debt looming over your head though. 
    • Seasonal retail like department stores, or clothing stores in the mall. I was thinking very low stress jobs, with willingness to hire for a short time period. This would also give me time to review material and have flexibility to spend  time with family/friends prior to moving up. @joelseff- thank you for your input! I was leaning towards clinical jobs but was wondering if hospital employers would be willing to invest a month of training for a per diem employee working for 2-3 months.
    • I also interviewed 9/7 and was placed on the waitlist 9/19. Best of luck to everyone!!
    • On interview specifics, sorry I cannot, they told us not to share that during our interviews. On generalities it was a pretty standard medical school type interview: individual interviews, group work and writing.  I thought they did do a good job keeping the atmosphere friendly and fairly low stress. There is so time to tour the building as well as questions and answers with current students. I was notified sometime in November via email that I was accepted and had a papers coming via email mail.  Good luck!
    • UC interviewed around 100 people this year, since they had 5 interview sessions. Just so everybody knows 🙂
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