From the Blogs: How to Land Your Dream PA or NP Job While You're Still in School

August 30, 2017

From the Blogs: How to Land Your Dream PA or NP Job While You're Still in School

Physician assistant and clinical preceptor in gynecologic oncology Megan Tetlow has some dos and don'ts for PA and NP students on rotations, in the In Practice blog.

If you are a physician assistant or nurse practitioner student and are looking to secure a job while on your rotations, Megan Tetlow, PA in gynecologic oncology, has some advice for you. First, don't wait until you graduate! To find a job while you're still in school, treat every day at your rotation like it's a job interview. (Don't be late. Come prepared to ask engaging questions.) Megan shares more of her hard-won wisdom and tips for students in this week's In Practice blog.

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