Frequently Asked Questions
We offer a wide variety of free services to university administrators. We have organized the questions that our members have asked us over the years.
Who pays for your company's services?
Hospitals, managed health care providers and medical recruiters pay to gain access to our proprietary CampusRN Network. Everyone at the university level (students, administrators, etc.) receives the full benefits of our recruiting services for free.
What types of students do you help?
We help undergraduate and graduate students pursue full time, part-time, contract, and internship opportunities at hospitals and managed health care providers nationwide. We can help your school manage the medical career search and placement process for candidates interested in the following categories:
Anestheist (CRNA), Cardiology, Community Health, Critical Care/Intensive Care, Dialysis, Education/Training, Emergency, Family Practice/Internal Medicine, General Medical/Surgical, Geriatrics, Hematology/Oncology, Home Health, Labor & Delivery, LPN/LVN, Maternal Child Health, Medical/Surgical, Neonatology, OB/GYN Women's Health, Occupational Medicine, Operating Room/Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Public Health, Radiology, Rehabilitation, Student Health, Substance Abuse, Telemetry, Teaching and Research, Trauma, Urology
Other related paths:
Nursing Assistant, Clinical Assistants, Dieticians, Emergency Medical Technicians/Paramedics, Physical Therapist, Physical Therapy Assistant, Occupational Therapist, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomist, Physician Assistant, Mental Health Worker, Respiratory Therapist, Research Associate, Social Worker, Speech Pathologist and Assistant, Radiology (CT)Technician, Medical Technologist, Surgical Technician, Ultrasound Technologist, Vascular Technologist, Laboratory Technician, Home Health Aide
Preview a list of our most active recruiters by visiting our Research Companies channel in the Student Section.
If a student is interested in pursuing a job opportunity at one of the organization's that utilize your services, do you provide research material to educate the job seeker with regard to whether this is the right employer in which he/she might be interested?
Yes, in CampusRN's Research Companies section, where most of our clients' employer profiles are listed along with hypertext linked logos.
What can our Career Services Center do to help better serve our medical job seekers?
Tell students who are looking to pursue medical career opportunities to go to the student section of our web site. There, they will be provided with the online tools necessary to electronically submit to us a student profile (this includes their resume). Students will receive an email from us after they have finished registering.
We encourage you to add a CampusRN link to your organization's web site. For instructions, please read about our logo program.