Spring 2015 Nursing Career Day

Spring Nursing Career Day - April 6, 2015


Who You Will Meet

Come to Nursing Career Day on April 6, 2015 from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. in Henderson Hall! Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to network and learn more about available nursing jobs in the area.

Nursing Career Day is a great way to meet face-to-face with recruiters from top local hospitals and prominent healthcare organizations.

Looking for a nursing job after graduation? Just want some nursing experience while you're still in school? Stop by! Recruiters want to talk with career-focused students and soon-to-be graduates interested in joining their organizations.

What You Will Wear

Appearance counts! We highly recommend you wear a business suit or dress business casual (dress slacks and jacket or dressier top) for career day - just like you're going to a job interview

Here are a few more ideas...


  • Dress and jacket
  • Collared shirt and dress pants
  • Tasteful blouse and skirt
  • Hosiery
  • Dress shoes, dress flats or high heels
  • Minimal jewelry, little or no perfume, no gum!


  • Blazer, collared shirt (with tie), and dress pants or khakis
  • Polo shirt/collared shirt and dress pants/khakis
  • Dress shoes with matching belt
  • Dress socks
  • Minimal jewelry, little or no cologne, no gum!

What You Will Bring

You'll just need 10 copies of your resume, including professional references, and a pad and pen to take notes.

Need a little resume help? No problem! Visit the Career Services Center on the Kent Campus to fine tune your resume. They can also help you brush-up on your interviewing skills prior to Nursing Career Day. Good luck!

POSTED: Thursday, March 05, 2015 10:46 AM
UPDATED: Thursday, December 08, 2022 11:10 AM
Corey Moore

Kent State University College of Nursing held five inaugural BSN White Coat Ceremonies at the Geauga, Kent, Salem, Stark and Trumbull campuses and one ABSN ceremony at the Kent campus during the spring 2023 semester. More than 200 sophomore BSN nursing students and 13 ABSN students who were recently admitted into the professional nursing sequence in their first semester of the nursing program at the Kent campus participated in the events.

On a Tuesday morning in early February, nearly 300 students, about 130 junior nursing students from Kent State's College of Nursing and 160 second-year medical students from Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED), assembled in the Kent Student Center ballroom to experience an interdisciplinary teaching simulation about end-of-life care. 

The next time you visit Henderson Hall, you may notice some new faces around the building! Our staff has been joined by two College of Nursing Information Technology Support Services personnel, as well as two academic advisors.