New Nurse Graduate Program

Learn about Central Vermont Medical Centers New Graduate Residency program for RN graduates.

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Central Vermont Medical Center offers a New Graduate Residency program to RN graduates. We will be accepting applications through April 15, 2019.

This program allows new graduates to work directly with experienced nurses and transition into professional hospital nursing positions. You will work one-on-one with a preceptor to become proficient in the basic skills required to be an RN.  

Residents of this program will receive full time wages and benefits. Placement of the permanent position will be dependent upon current staffing needs. 

Applicants will receive an email with further instructions after submitting their application.  Please be sure to respond to the email with the additional requirements.  All requirements must be submitted in order to be considered a qualified candidate for this program.  

The application deadline is April 15, 2019. 

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Matthew Choate, Chief Nursing Officer


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