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Summer Student Nurse Internship - May 18 to July 25, 2015

Are you a junior going into your senior year of nursing school? Then enhance your nursing education with a meaningful summer internship experience at UPMC.

What you'll gain from the Summer Student Nurse Internship

10-week paid internship Earn money over the summer while preparing for the real work of professional nursing. The internship will begin on Monday, May 18, and end on Saturday, July 25, 2015.
Opportunities at most UPMC campuses Intern at one of our campuses throughout western Pennsylvania and carry exciting learning experiences into your professional life.
Professional nurse preceptor Collaborate with your professional nurse preceptor to provide evidence-based care to patients.
Supervised clinical experience Improve your organizational, time management, prioritization, and critical thinking skills while enhancing clinical skills.
Professional development workshops Focus on your professional growth and development while networking with your peers and nursing leaders at UPMC.
Future opportunities Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your professionalism, enthusiasm, and clinical skills to potential employers.

Apply for the Summer Student Nurse Internship

Applications are no longer being accepted for Summer 2015. Please check back in September 2015.

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