So, you want to be a travel nurse? Well, we certainly understand why. There are many, many benefits to putting on your travel shoes. Travel nursing allows nurses to explore new cities, gain experience in new settings and hospitals, and typically pays more than a staff job. It can help with nurse burnout, allow you more flexibility in your time off, and can even give you a sense of confidence and independence that you haven’t experienced before.
But even with these known benefits, it can be intimidating knowing where and how to start travel nursing. Join us and three experienced travel nurses to discover how to find your first travel nursing job! Casey Smith, Russ Mortland, and Brittany Greaves will cover everything from picking an agency, what to cover in your contract, and more!
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All nurses are welcome to this event, just make sure you RSVP!
Community Associate, Pediatric, ER & Trauma RN
Travel Nurse, PICU/CVICU
Nurse Advocate, Travel Nurse
Casey is a Pediatric ER & Trauma nurse who is a Community Associate at Trusted Health. Originally from North Carolina, Casey has spent the last three years of her nursing career traveling to different Pediatric ERs across the USA. Her passion for people, and all things nursing, has led her to her current role in developing a healthy and supportive community for nurses.
Brittany Greaves North Carolina native who took her love of quality cuisine, picturesque destinations, and exhilarating adventure on the road to travel nurse for the past 4 years in the PICU/CVICU. She began her 8 yr career in adults - Progressive Care, Cardiac Step-Down, and Hospice/Palliative Care. When she’s not caring for little superheroes she’s volunteering abroad on medical missions. Check out her vlog www.catchbrittifyoucan.com or on IG @catchbrittifyoucan where she brings a bit more sunshine to your day!
Russ is a Critical Care nurse who made the jump from the bedside to help build Trusted into the most nurse-first company out there! He traveled for 2.5 years in the ICU setting while living out of his Airstream with his wife and three children. Russ is originally from northern Maine but has been on the road full-time for almost 4 years. He enjoys empowering nurses to take charge of their career and finances so they can enjoy all the wonderful benefits a nursing career can offer!