Nursing Student and New Grad Opportunities

LifeBridge Health offers a number of opportunities to student nurses who are looking to get a jump start on their career. Our programs provide students with support, knowledge and hands-on experience in the nursing field.

Student Nurse Internship Program (SNIP)

A 10-week program from June-August. Participants work 36 hours per week shadowing a Registered Nurse and performing most nursing functions.

  • Complete application
  • CNA certification
  • CPR by American Heart Association
  • Certified copy of transcripts
A nursing instructor and student

PRN Student Nurse

With guidance and oversight of the Registered Nurse, performs basic nursing care/ADLs and other duties to support the daily care of the patient. May work in 4 to 12 hour increments up to a maximum of 18 hours per week.

  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • CPR certification by the American Heart Association
  • Must be willing to float to different units
Nurses in practice

Nursing Graduate

Under direct supervision of a Registered Nurse, performs routine and complex procedures and selected nursing care activities in the direct and indirect care of an assigned group of patients.

  • Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing
  • CPR certification by the American Heart Association
  • Must be scheduled to take the MD Board of Nursing Exam within 120 days of graduation or awaiting exam results.
A nurse graduate listening to another nurse

Nurse Residency Program (NRP)

This one-year program provides support to newly graduated RNs as they make the transition into their first professional role as nurses. NRP focuses on three critical areas: leadership, patient outcomes, and professional roles.

  • Must be hired as RN I – Nurse Resident, or Nursing Graduate
Nurses learning in a  classroom setting

CARE BRAVELY Scholarship

A scholarship ranging from $20,000 for a two-year commitment to $30,000 for a three-year commitment is awarded to the student. Specific application timelines will be posted for each scholarship group.

  • Resume
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • 3.0 GPA
  • Unofficial transcripts
  • Letter explaining how you have cared bravely at school, work, or in your community
Nurses in a learning environment