When it comes to job hunting, whether you’re a new grad nurse or an experienced RN, you always want to showcase your best self. A great way to do that is with an up-to-date nursing portfolio. Another reason to create and maintain a nursing portfolio as it creates a history of your career. As you apply for jobs now, and in the future, your portfolio is a wonderful resource for highlighting your accomplishments in resumes and cover letters.
In this episode, we’ll cover:
- What is a nursing portfolio?
- Key benefits of maintaining a nursing portfolio
- Formats to utilize, both hard copy and digital
- What to include
- Tips for building a new-grad resume
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