Education+Experience = Employability

nursing student in uniform interacting with a patient

What makes Case Western Reserve University nurses so employable? 

Experience. Tons of it.
Nurses at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing clock more than 1,300 clinical hours in the nation’s healthcare capital, practicing their profession in some of the world’s best and largest healthcare institutions, including those right in our own neighborhood

The result of such intense preparation is a fleet of intensely hireable nursing leaders: 96% of recent nursing grads were employed full-time, enrolled in graduate or professional school, or otherwise pursuing their career goals within six months of graduation

Their average starting salary range is $50k to $55k. And the list of where they’re working reads like a U.S. News & World Report ranking of the nation’s best hospitals: Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins, NewYork-Presbyterian and UCLA Health to name a few.

You’re smart to consider Case Western Reserve as a prime choice to start your rewarding healthcare career​.