capstone career planning paper nursing

APA, sources can not be older than 5 years, Florida, Pediatric nurse

4-6 pages

  1. Write a maximum of 4-6 pages, excluding the title page, reference page, and the appendix.
    • Transition into the Professional Nursing Role: Identify actions to be considered in the transition from student toBSN graduate nurse including:
    • Identify the state in which the student is seeking employment.
    • Detail a minimum of three (3) criteria set forth by the Board of Nursing for obtaining an RN license in that state.
    • Research and identify three (3) positions/employers the student could work for as a new graduate BSN in thegeographic area the student is seeking employment. Identify motivators and possible detractors for working in those positions/with the selected employers.
       Hint: Check out the LiquidCompass job board to identify New Graduate nursing positions in your geographicarea. LiquidCompass is available in CareerCare under the ‘Additional Resources’ tab.
    • Provide the details of what is required to submit an application for the positions identified above.
    • Determine career goals through the completion of a Career Assessment Profile in CareerCare.
    • Holistic Life Balance: Provide a description of the ways in which the student intends to maintain holistic balance in their personal life as well as in the role of professional nurse within the first year and at five years.
    • Stressors and Challenges: Identify known stressors and anticipated challenges as well as plans for managing each of them within the first year and at five years. Career Services can provide assistance with this assignment element (i.e., How do I get to where I want to go in nursing? What are my goals? What challenges must be addressed to reach my goals? etc.).
    • Lifelong Learning: Determine a plan for lifelong learning and educational development anticipated within the first year and at five years.
  2. o This plan can include, but is not limited to, specialty certification, advanced nursing education, and the pursuit of formal education outside of the nursing discipline.