CAREER ALTERNATIVES FOR NURSES®
1230 York Avenue (at East 66th Street)
Benjamin and Irma G. Weiss Research Building
New York, NY 10065
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014 | 7:30AM - 4:30PM
7.0 Contact Hours
The nursing job market is shifting and evolving - permanently! There has never been a better or more vital time to explore alternative career options in nursing. Learn about legal nurse consulting, medical aesthetics, life care planning, clinical documentation specialist, fitness nursing, medical coding and billing, case management and much more.
If you are already working and looking for a change, out of work and wanting to get back in, or if you are a new nurse looking for a non-traditional job opportunity, this seminar is for you. You will learn from one of the country's most successful nurse entrepreneurs about new opportunities. This continuing education workshop, held in New York City, NY will highlight "need to know" information for moving to the next phase of your career.
Quotes from attendees:
"I feel like I hit the jackpot today at the Trump Taj Mahal by attending this seminar. Donna is a fountain of knowledge." - Ruth Nitsono Ellerbe, RN - Pennsylvania
"Donna makes learning the topic easy and the points memorable with fun stories that drive the message home." - Kathleen M. Ernst, RN, BSN - New York
"Excellent and extremely motivating seminar. I would definitely highly recommend this seminar to others." - Denise Selleck, RN - New Jersey
Donna Cardillo is very knowledgeable about current nursing careers that are growing in popularity. I'm glad I attended this seminar." - Aldrina Osborne, RN - New York
"Donna is a gifted, natural speaker. I thoroughly enjoyed both the Career Alternatives for Nurses and Learn to Speak with Style for Fun and Profit seminars. I look forward to attending future events." - Sally Metzler Wright, Texas
Key course benefits:
- Gain practical information and resources for over 60 career options
- Examine “out of the box” career ideas
- Unveil creative and effective job-finding strategies
- Learn how to build and defend a successful resume
- Identify key growth industries for nurses
Who should attend: registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, new graduate nurses, nursing students, and anyone interested in learning about career options for nurses.
All participants will receive cutting-edge live instruction from career expert Donna Cardillo, will have access to seminar-only materials and resources, and will receive a continental breakfast. Those seeking continuing nursing education credits will receive 7.0 contact hours of education and a certificate.
You'll also learn:
- To identify transferable/marketable skills
- How to find and get the job you want
- To create resumes that get results
- How to interview like a pro
- Where the nursing jobs will be in the future
Purpose: Provide nurses with practical information and resources on career options.
- Define and describe five career options available to nurses
- Define three sources of job openings
- Describe three elements of an effective resume
- List three steps to a successful interview
- Identify two predicted growth industries for nurses
Attend this intensive one-day seminar and gain valuable information and resources on over 60 career opportunities available to all nurses both in and out of the hospital, such as:
Registration fee includes comprehensive 50+-page manual loaded with resources, company names, professional associations, addresses, phone numbers, web sites, and sample forms including resume, cover letter, and thank you letter that you can adopt for your own use, and a continental breakfast.
- Faith Community Nursing
- Forensic Nursing
- Medical-Legal Consulting
- Sales & Marketing
- Holistic Nursing
- Business Ownership
- Pharmaceutical Industry
- Medical Writing
- Insurance Industry
- Occupational Health
- Nursing Informatics
- TV & Film Crew
- Fitness Industry
- Cruise Ship Work
- Outcomes Management
Learn more about this event by watching this informational webcast:
Early Bird (by October 3, 2014) : $185
Registration Fee: $210
Group (3+): call for details
For more details please call
Gannett Education: 1-800-866-0919
Donna Cardillo, MA, RN is the Career Guru for Nurses and the “Dear Donna” columnist at nurse.com. She is an “Expert” blogger at DoctorOz.com and the former “Healthcare Careers Expert” at monster.com. Donna’s sense of humor and animated style bring her presentations to life. Donna presents in a down to earth style that hits the mark with any audience. Her speaking style is consistently described as inspirational and dynamic. She has been characterized as motivational, down to earth, funny, approachable, upbeat, knowledgeable, professional, and a good role model.
Experience the energy and enthusiasm of a live presentation by Donna. She will ignite a fire under you and start you on a journey of exploration and discovery that will enable you to avail yourself of all that life has to offer. Donna is practicing what she preaches and is living her dream.
Donna is author of the books, The ULTIMATE Career Guide for Nurses, Your First Year as a Nurse, 2nd Ed. and A Daybook for Beginning Nurses.
•National Speakers Association
•American Nurses Association
•New Jersey State Nurses Association
•New Jersey League for Nursing
•National Association of Women Business Owners and its International affiliates
•Sigma Theta Tau International
CONTACT THE SPEAKER - DONNA CARDILLO, MA, RN
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"Don't sell yourself short or underestimate the value of your nursing credential and background. That RN is something that we all worked long and hard to achieve. The public consistently ranks RNs as the most trustworthy of all professionals. Every RN possesses a great body of knowledge and experience that is valuable and marketable in a variety of settings. Besides that, our nursing background enhances everything we do in healthcare and beyond. It sets us apart. Be proud of those initials after your name and promote them proudly."
- Donna Cardillo
Your Motivation for Seeking Career Alternatives
- Overcoming the fear of change
- Leaving your “comfort zone”
- Discovering what it is you really want to do
- Networking your way to a dream job
- Identifying transferable skills
The World is a Nurse’s Oyster
- Options, options, and more options
- New and emerging specialties
- What’s hot and what’s not
Lunch (On Your Own)
A New Twist on Some Old Standards
- What’s happening in school nursing, occupational health, case management, quality improvement and more
- Entrepreneurship and consulting;
- Where the jobs will be in the next five years
Landing the Opportunities You Want
- How to write a powerful, professional resume
- Interviewing like a pro
- Overcoming the "experience required" barrier and other obstacles
Seminar will be held at:
1230 York Avenue (at East 66th Street)
Benjamin and Irma G. Weiss Research Building Room 301
New York, NY 10065
If you need overnight accommodations, we have a special arrangement with the Bentley Hotel, 500 East 62nd Street, New York, NY 10065 212-644-6000. The overnight rate for this event is $299 for a superior room (1 king or 2 double beds). To book your reservation online, please click on the link below or call Lisa Zito at 212-292-5546 and let her know that you are attending the Gannett Education seminar. The rate is per night and exclusive of state and local taxes. Rates are subject to 8.875% New York City sales tax (subject to change), 5.875% New York City Hotel Tax, $2.00 per room per night New York City occupancy tax and a $1.50 per room night New York State occupancy tax. Special group rate is available until Sept. 27, 2014. Reservations made after this date are subject to availability. All reservations are subject to a 21 day cancellation policy.
* Greenberg Garage at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (entrance at 68th Street, east of York Ave.)
* Quick Park - 450 E. 63rd Street (between York and 1st Ave.)
The Rockefeller University shares the intersection of York Avenue and East 68th Street with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and New York-Presbyterian Hospital/ Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
The university's main entrance is at 1230 York Avenue (at East 66th Street) on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Buses: Two buses stop near the main entrance: the York Avenue/ 57th Street crosstown (M31) and the 68th Street crosstown (M66).
Subway: Take the Lexington Avenue Local (No. 6) to the 68th Street and Lexington Avenue Station and walk east. (Metropolitan Transit Authority)
By Car: The FDR Drive can be exited at 61st/63rd Street.
Parking: Greenberg Garage at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (entrance at 68th Street, east of York Avenue).
Quick Park at 450 E. 63rd Street (between York and 1st Avenue).
Fee includes instructional materials and a continental breakfast. Lunch is on your own.
Seminar sites are handicapped accessible and barrier-free.
Seminar room temperatures are difficult to control. For your comfort, please plan accordingly.
ALL programs must be attended in their entirety in order to receive a certificate of completion.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Seminars:
Phone cancellations must be confirmed in writing. Cancellations received four weeks prior to the seminar receive a full refund of the registration fee. Cancellations received after four weeks and up to seven days prior to the seminar are assessed a $50 processing fee. Cancellations received seven days prior to the seminar or “no shows” are nonrefundable. Registration fees are transferable to an upcoming seminar within the same calendar year (expires December 31 each year) or to another participant. In the event that a seminar is cancelled, a full refund will be issued.
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