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The VNSNY College Relations Department has designed a suite of educational programs for students in nursing and rehabilitation to gain knowledge of the specialty field of home health care. Students are provided opportunities to learn about home health care through participation in Academic Clinical Rotations, Senior Year Work-Study Assignments and the Scholars in Home Health Care Program, which runs for eight weeks in the summer.
The primary goal of VNSNY College Relations is to help build a talent pipeline for nurses and therapists interested in exploring a career in home health care. By offering educational opportunities to students, VNSNY is meeting the dual challenge posed by the national shortage of skilled home health care professionals and the need to create a more direct career path to home health care.
VNSNY's mentorship program offers new and recent physical and occupational therapy graduates the opportunity to learn all about rehabilitation in home health care through the guidance of a dedicated rehab clinical advisor (RCA) and an enriched transition-to-practice curriculum. Opportunities exist for full-time employment in the regions of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens*, Nassau* or Bronx/Westchester. In this role, you will provide physical or occupational therapy services for patients with a wide range of rehabilitation needs.
VNSNY's comprehensive and unrivaled mentorship program allows you to:
You will also receive comprehensive initial orientation and weekly training sessions, including computer-based training for patient care documentation and disease-specific clinical skills, and attend inservices and free continuing education courses.
If you are a new or recent physical or occupational therapist graduate, and are licensed in New York State, we’d like to speak with you. Apply today. New graduates scheduled to take the New York State OT or PT licensure examination are welcomed to apply.
2014 Scholars in Home Health Care — For Nursing Students
For eight weeks each summer, VNSNY offers paid summer internships which provide education work opportunities for nursing students about to enter their senior year. The program includes:
Applications will be accepted starting February 1st, 2014. Download our program flyer here.
To learn more about our program, view our video or read student testimonials. To view the video on YouTube, click here.
2014 Rehab Scholars in Home Health Care — For PT and OT Students
VNSNY also offers 8-week, paid summer internships to physical and occupational therapy students. This sister program assigns students to work with experienced VNSNY physical therapy and occupational therapy clinicians within the five boroughs of New York City or Nassau or Westchester County. Download our program flyer here.
Applications will be accepted starting February 1st, 2014.
VNSNY offers nursing and rehabilitation students work-study assignments that vary in length, project, and focus. The program schedule is flexible and adapted around the student’s availability while attending classes. These experiences are designed to:
VNSNY’s internship program offers new and recent BSN graduates the opportunity to learn home health care nursing by working under the guidance of a dedicated clinical advisor and an enriched transition-to-practice curriculum. Opportunities exist for both per-diem and full-time employment. In this role, you will provide nursing care and case management for patients with a range of nursing, chronic care, and rehabilitation needs.
Our internship allows you to:
You’ll also receive comprehensive initial orientation and training sessions, including computer-based training for patient care documentation and disease-specific clinical skills. Applications are currently closed.
Clinical affiliations at VNSNY are available to senior-year physical and occupational therapy students from accredited rehabilitation programs. Please send us fieldwork or clinical affiliation reservation forms.