Required Document Checklist

If you are new to the travel nursing profession, you will quickly learn that there is a ton of paperwork involved.  It’s important to keep your records up-to-date and organized. We have provided a list of required documentation below that will help make your employment process a little easier.

Kayla’s Story: Single and Exploring

Kayla is a young nurse who chose to become a traveler so she could explore and experience as much as she could before she settles. Kayla travels alone but enjoys her home visits to spend time with her family and boyfriend. If you are a young, independent nurse wondering if you can handle traveling alone, you’ll want to hear Kayla’s story.

Kathy’s Story: Traveling with a baby in an RV

Kathy is the spouse of a travel nurse, touring the country in a 34 foot RV with her husband and their baby son. If you are thinking about traveling in an RV or traveling with a baby, you’ll want to read this one. Kathy gives us a good idea of what you might expect in an RV payment and monthly fees for a space at a park. She also tells her and Tim’s experience traveling with a baby and how it has been both rewarding and difficult.

Dorothy’s story: Traveling in an RV

Dorothy is a veteran nurse in several specialties with 33 years of experience, seven of those as a traveler. Her and her husband travel in an RV and have been everywhere from Florida to Oregon. If you’re interested in traveling in an RV or looking for general advice from an experienced traveler, you won’t want to miss this one. Here is Dorothy’s story…

Cody’s first assignment

April’s iPad Mini Giveaway winner, Cody, shares his travel nursing story. This is Cody’s first assignment as a travel nurse and he will be updating us along his journey with his fiance and their pets. Here is an introduction to that journey.

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