Getting Noticed by First-Choice Nurse Employers
Aired on March 27, 2013
In today’s technology driven world, submitting a resume takes only a matter of seconds. Employers often make quick decisions about an applicant’s qualifications given the high volume of resumes received each day. Learn how to rise to the top of a competitive applicant pool and how you can maximize GNSA’s Graduate Nursing Career Network to get noticed by employers.
Join Jennifer Rutt, Senior Director for University Relations at AfterCollege Inc., for this career planning Webinar designed exclusively for GNSA members. Jennifer will share insider tips on launching a successful job search and give expert advice on developing a winning resume, locating first-choice jobs, and developing an application that will set you apart from the others. Learn more about using the GNSA Graduate Nursing Career Network and the resources it offers to help you lead a successful job search.
University Relations, AfterCollege, Inc.
Jennifer joined AfterCollege in April 2012 as the Senior Director of University Relations. Jennifer has over 15 years experience in the corporate and university recruiting field. Prior to joining AfterCollege Jennifer was NACElink Director and Director of Strategic Alliances for the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Since 2002 she directed the planning and operations for the delivery of the NACElink product and overall strategic alliances for the organization. In her positions Jennifer has had extensive interactions with recruiting professionals as well as leaders in business, government and education specific to university recruiting with a concentration in technology. She is often looked to for input on decision making processes affecting the future of university recruiting practices and speaks publicly as an expert on the topic. Jennifer attended Pennsylvania State University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with concentrations in Social Work and Women’s Studies from East Stroudsburg University.
Washington, DC 20036