University of San Francisco RN Transition to Practice Program taking application soon


The University of San Francisco is seeking currently unemployed or under-employed nurses who have obtained a California RN license or interim permit and graduated within the last three years for our Transition to Practice Program. Admitted students will work as a nurse with a preceptor in a supportive program. Students develop in their nursing roles while preparing for the NCLEX and/or searching for their next nursing job. The program provides 320 clinical hours working as a new nurse over the four-month period. Coaching, mentoring and support are a large part of the experience. The program is tuition free and will begin in Fall 2016. The application process is competitive, and applications will only be accepted between April 21 - May 31. To learn more please join us for a

RN Transition Information Session
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 30, 4:45pm - 6:45pm
Location: USF San Francisco Campus or via Zoom teleconference platform
RSVP: here (link to

For program details, format, admission and application requirements, visit our website (link to The application will be available on the website beginning April 21. Students will attend six class meetings in San Francisco meeting every other Monday from 9am-3pm and two online classes. Students may precept in San Francisco to gain work experience or at another location by their arrangement with an approved preceptor.

This is the fourth and final year that this grant funded, non-credit, professional development program will be available through the USF School of Nursing and Health Professions. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please view the website and contact me through the link provided with any questions you may have.

Best regards,

Jessie Jones-Bell MSN, RN, PHN
Director of RN Transition Programs: Ambulatory, Homecare, Hospice, Readmission Prevention, School Based Health Services
AAACN National Task Force Residency Programs
School of Nursing and Health Professions
The University of San Francisco

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