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Tips and Tools
Whether you need help preparing for an interview, finding state licensure information, joining a nursing organization or attending an upcoming conference, RN.com's tips and tools can help you find what you are looking for.
  • Interview tips for experienced nurses 
    Before your next interview, take a look at these tips that could help you stand out from the rest to earn the career position you want.
     
  • Interview tips for recent graduates 
    Now that you've completed your schooling, prepare for your first nursing job by checking out these helpful interviewing guidelines to land your first job.
     
  • Boards of nursing 
    For information on licensing requirements, the NCLEX exam or anything concerning nursing policy or regulations, check with your local board of nursing.
     
  • Nursing organizations 
    Learn more about your specialty and how you can get involved in nursing organizations.
     
  • Conferences and events 
    Find out what nursing and health care-related conferences are taking place around the country.
     
  • Nursing specialties
    Learn about obtaining an advanced degree, getting credentialed or how to use your nursing skills in various specialties.