Cover letters are avoided by most applicants but can be the one thing that helps you land your dream position. Ashley & Chelsea of The ReNegade Resume will dive into why nurses should take the time to create and submit a cover letter with every job application. They will discuss why cover letters are important, when you should definitely submit one, and what should be included!
All nurses are are invited to this event, just make sure you RSVP!
What to bring to this event:
Laptop, Tablet, Cell Phone (Zoom compatible device)
Cover Letter Draft or Old Cover Letter (optional: for review)
Neonatal ICU RN
Originally from Queens, New York, Ashley Sayles is a pediatric primary care nurse practitioner, former travel pediatric ICU nurse, pediatric clinical faculty member at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and founder of the nursing career service The ReNegade Resume, LLC.
Ashley’s passion for resume editing began when she began teaching nursing students. After about 2 years of resume editing as a favor to those she knew personally, Ashley launched The ReNegade Resume, LLC to help nurses at all experience levels create a resume that truly depicts all they bring to the table.
When Ashley isn’t working or volunteering, you can find her in the kitchen creating unique meals and desserts, at the park with her dog babies or on a flight exploring a new city or country!
Chelsea Samms was born and bred in Long Island, NY and is a neonatal ICU nurse. Chelsea always knew she wanted to work somewhere in the medical field, but entering college she wasn’t sold on nursing yet. But she managed to find her path into nursing and went on to attend The Johns Hopkins University, School of Nursing after her undergraduate studies. She forged her way through an intense 17-month accelerated BSN program and worked tirelessly to become Chelsea Samms, BSN, RN.
After passing her boards in 2016, Chelsea was blessed enough to take her talents across the country to begin her nursing career in Los Angeles, CA at the young age of 23. Countless life lessons were learned during her time in Los Angeles including experiences related to losing a job, starting and ending a business, and her wonderful journey into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Currently residing back home in New York, she continues to seek more knowledge and wisdom within her nursing profession to this day.