University Hospitals is currently accepting applications for our 2021 Summer Nursing Internship Program. The nursing internship is a 10-week, temporary, paid summer position that provides nursing students the opportunity to work with a highly skilled RN preceptor in a supportive learning environment. The program assists the Nursing Intern to improve communication, critical thinking, clinical, and time management skills while increasing self-confidence and clinical competence.
The program runs May 24th – July 31st, 2021.
The program is open to nursing students enrolled at the following schools: Case Western Reserve University – Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Cleveland State University, Hiram College, Kent State University, Notre Dame College and Ursuline College.
The internship is open to students that will be entering their senior year of nursing school upon completion of the summer internship. As part of the Nursing Internship, participants are required to enroll in the corresponding course offered through their school.
The application process consists of two (2) steps. Interested, qualified applicants must:
- Submit an expression of interest via the UH Career Center – Click HERE to apply!
- Complete the comprehensive application (click HERE to download application). The completed application along with required documents should be sent via e-mail to Morgan.Ford@UHhospitals.org Subject: 2021 Nurse Internship Program
Application deadline is January 8, 2021.
Don’t take our word for it – See what some of our 2020 Nursing Interns had to say about the program!
- “The University Hospitals Nurse Internship program was an amazing experience as it improved my nursing skills and gave me more confidence in my abilities to be a nurse. I encourage everyone in nursing school to seek out this opportunity and apply to be an intern in any of the nursing specialties that the UH Nurse Internship offers. You will not regret the opportunity to enhance your nursing skills and get a head start in your career.” – Aleyna Bandiera, Kent State University at Geauga
- “The UH Nurse Internship Program gave me a more in-depth experience with my nursing practice. It allowed me to identify my strengths and improve my weaknesses as a nursing student. I was also able to discover where I wanted to work upon graduation and they offered me employment as a NAII once my internship was over! The best part was the fact that we got paid while completing clinical hours!” – Madi Pelyak, Kent State University
- “My time during the internship not only gave me experience I would have never gotten in school, it also opened up so many more opportunities for me. It was by far the best way I could have spent my summer!” – Rose Solar, Kent State University
- “I would say that I grew faster in my internship than my years in clinical and I have become overwhelmingly more comfortable in my nursing role.” – Autumn Welz, Ursuline College
- “This internship was incredible! It has definitely made me feel so much more prepared for not only senior year but also after graduation. The staff was so supportive of my learning, and I was able to feel confident about so many skills by the end of the summer. I am also staying on as a Nursing Assistant during the school year!” – Hannah Robinson, Francis Payne Bolton School of Nursing
We look forward to your interest in the 2021 Nursing Internship Program and hope to see your application soon!
Nursing Assistant II
Under the guidance of an experienced nurse, you will train to provide exceptional patient care as a Nursing Assistant II (NAII). This entry level position will introduce you to hands-on patient care, and better prepare you for your career in nursing. These are paid PRN opportunities offering the needed flexibility to work around your school schedule.
Eligibility requirements for the NAII program include:
- Current enrollment in an accredited professional A.D.N. or BSN nursing program with satisfactory academic record required.
- Successful completion of an appropriate clinical rotation including, but not limited to, patient care activities such as ambulating, transferring, bathing and grooming
Registered Nurse - New Graduates
At University Hospitals, our extraordinary nurses enable us to advance the science of health and the art of compassion. And in turn, we help our nurses thrive by equipping them with the environment they need to empower, advocate, innovate, and achieve excellence in human caring.
At University Hospitals, we believe that new graduate nurses benefit from actively participating in our customized Nurse Residency Program. As new nurses begin their professional careers with clinical support and mentoring, the Nurse Residency Program provides a transformative learning environment with multiple, rich opportunities to have meaningful peer group discussions.
In their first 12 months of professional nursing practice, nurse residents work towards a successful transition from education to practice, reflecting on their clinical experiences, as well as their professional interactions with patients, families and colleagues. During Nurse Residency Program sessions, the new nurses focus on such topics as the development of communication and leadership skills, clinical competence and confidence, patient outcomes and advocacy, and
promoting professional identity.
The Nurse Residency Program, a formative learning experience, provides an opportunity to network, encourages accessing resources that will promote a patient and family engagement and reinforces the importance of being a member of a respected healthcare team.
Our Laboratory Technician position allows individuals who are exploring the field of clinical laboratory work to have hands-on working experience in this environment. In this role, you are responsible for handling biological (e.g. blood, urine) specimens. This includes accessioning, centrifugation, aliquoting, loading samples onto lab instrumentation or storing of the specimens. Strong communications skills are also important as you will interact with clinicians on a daily basis in some of our departments. This role is perfect for those that have strong attention to detail in a fast paced environment. If you are interested in working in a lab and want to explore a field that dramatically impacts patient care this is the role for you.
Pharmacy Resident Program
UH participates in ASHP (American Society of Health –System Pharmacists) Match for PGY1 and PGY2 Pharmacy Residents. Our PGY1 Residents gain experience through well rounded rotations while our PGY2 Residents focus in areas like Critical Care and allow Residents to develop their skills in specialized areas.
Respiratory Care Assistant
Under the guidance of a Registered Respiratory Therapist, you will utilize your current training to provide exceptional patient care as a Student “Respiratory Care Assistant”. This entry level position will continue what you have been learning in the classroom and in clinical rotations, as well as build upon those skills. You will experience hands-on patient care to better prepare you for your career in Respiratory Therapy. These are paid PRN opportunities offering the needed flexibility to work around your school and clinical rotation schedules. Eligibility requirements for the Respiratory Care Assistant position include:
- Current enrollment in an accredited professional Associates or Bachelors Respiratory program.
- Respiratory Limited Permit from the State of Ohio with no disciplines or additional restrictions.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
It is the policy of University Hospitals to provide equal opportunity to all of our employees and applicants for employment. Decisions concerning employment, transfers and promotions or other conditions of employment are all made upon the basis of the best qualified candidate without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, veteran status, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status in accordance with Federal and Ohio law. A qualified individual with a disability will be considered for employment on the same basis as non- disabled applicants if he/she can perform the essential functions of the job sought, with or without a reasonable accommodation, and without imposing a direct threat to the health or safety of others or him/herself. EEO is the Law
Join Our Talent Community
To learn more about our employment opportunities and how UH is advancing care through the science of health and the art of compassion, sign up for our job alerts.