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04
Dec

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Tags: Boxes and Envelopes ; Cards for the Holidays ; Holiday Cards ; holiday spirit ; Package tracking ; post offfice self service kiosk ; Rates Quick Reference Guide ; Sending Packages ; ship gifts ; travel nurses ; Travel Nursing ; travel nursing assignment ; travel nursing job ; travel nursing job Arizona ; travel nursing job in New York ; USPS Locator ;

The start of holiday shopping is over a week away, and many travel nurses will likely have to ship gifts and send cards to their loved ones.  We all know the postholiday gift shipping tips office is a busy place during the holidays, so it’s definitely a good idea to be prepared before making the trip there.  After all, travel nursing can keep you busy enough as it is! Tips for Boxes and Envelopes It’s a good idea to start gathering boxes and envelopes for gifts that will be secure and hold gifts without any issue.  The post office provides boxes for Priority mail for free, and has flat rates, so no matter how heavy the package is, it will ship for a set price.  It’s important to know that there are deadlines for sending packages using these flat rate boxes and envelopes too.  It is important to know the deadlines for sending packages, especially internationally, since it usually will take more time to get to the intended destination.  Whether you have a travel nursing job in New York or Arizona, it’s better to send sooner rather than later. See USPS Locator Track your boxes this holiday [+]

06
Jun

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Tags: Alaska Halibut Tournament ; Alaska nursing jobs ; Alaska travel nurse jobs ; Alaska travel nursing job ; Halibut Tournament ; R.N. ; Sewards Halibut Tournament ; summer event ; travel nursing job ;

Find Out More on this June 1st-June 30 Summer Event Here! In June, the charming town of Seward Alaska, just 126 miles south of Anchorage, hosts its annual Seward’s Halibut Tournament; the event is well underway Travel nurse in Alaskswith weeks to go! If you’re an outdoor-loving R.N. working in Alaska travel nurse jobs, this is your chance to mingle with early season visitors and anglers, hop a chartered vessel and fish with the best of ‘em; there are daily and overall prizes for the largest halibut caught, with admission starting at $10 for the day and $25 for a 3-day “weekender”. Winners and the weight of their catch (some reel in whoppers over 80 pounds!), are available on the tournament website, where you can pull up directions, transportation information and entertainment offerings in Seward, known for its historic downtown district, art shops and galleries. To the left, you see pictures of  travel nurse Amy Boersma. During her Alaska travel nursing job, Amy got close to nature and enjoyed some great fishing! Fishing for the Perfect Summer Travel Nursing Job? Alaska travel nurse jobs in the summertime are perfect for those R.N.s looking to commune with nature and escape [+]

21
Jul

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Tags: Africa Mercy Ship ; African Mercy Ship ; Mercy Ships ; Mercy Ships in Africa ; Registered Nurse ; RN Work at Mercy Ship ; travel nurse assignment ; travel nurse career ; Travel Nurse Jobs ; travel nurses ; travel nursing job ;

Laura Coles, R.N., former American Traveler nurse, checks in from her African Mercy Ship Past and present team members whose love of travel is as strong as their desire to heal patients inspire us at American Traveler. Laura Coles, R.N. is just the sort of registered nurse we’re talking about; one of our favorite travel nurses, Laura still keeps in touch. She sent our Senior Consultant Kristin Zandee a letter chock full of interesting details on what she’s been up to, working on Mercy Ships in Africa!  Laura’s fellow travel nurses are welcome at her blog, Nursing Adventures In Faith. Kristin and the rest of us are eager for Laura to resume her travel nurse career this September. We first met Laura when she was hungry to work “just one!” travel nurse job before her Africa trip. Kristin admired Laura’s patience and positive attitude—that, coupled with 4 years experience in the ER, landed her a wonderful travel nurse assignment in Texas—a place she was reserved about at first, but ultimately fell in love with as a great first travel experience—one that lead to amazing friendships. The Texas hospital [+]