Have you been wondering about the exciting world of travel nursing?
Hi, my name is Conrad Lopez. I’m the founder of TravelnursingUSA.com, one of the oldest and most successful independent travel nursing resources on the Internet.
I’ve helped over 20,000 nurses explore the world of travel nursing utilizing over 50 different travel nursing agencies. That’s right. 50 different agencies. TravelnursingUSA.com is an independent resource.
I’d like to help you and it won’t cost you a penny.
Every day when you go to work as a nurse you probably run into travel nurses who are living and working in a new town, meeting new people and seeing new places.
Have you ever dreamed about you doing the same thing? Think of all the wonderful places there are to visit in this great country.
- Skiing the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and Wyoming
- Surf and sun in California, Florida or Hawaii
- Experiencing big cities like NYC, Chicago, Atlanta or Los Angeles
- Living the small town life in the rural areas of the country. Oregon? Kansas? Texas?
- Night life? New Orleans, Las Vegas, Miami, San Francisco?
The possibilities are endless!
There are travel nursing jobs in all of these places. I’ve helped thousands and thousands of nurses do what others only dream about, getting a high paying travel nursing job with their housing and travel expenses all paid for. Assignments normally last 13 weeks and can often be extended if you like.
“I don’t think I’ll ever get that experience again. It was beautiful.”
Karla was just a couple of years into her nursing career after serving as a corpsman in the US Navy prior to nursing school. That Navy stint wet her whistle for traveling and her RN experience was just the ticket she needed.
She got travel nurse jobs in places like Texas, California and even the beautiful island of Maui, in Hawaii. Currently she has dropped anchor in San Jose, California. When pressed on her favorite assignment she mentions Maui again. “Well, because I don’t think I’ll ever get that experience again. It was beautiful. It was different.”
Many of the nurses doing travel nursing are young and unattached, ready to go to new places at the drop of a hat. But many others are married, in a relationship, have pets or children — the travel nursing industry is desperate to fill the openings they have and they are going to bend over backwards to make it easy for almost everyone to try travel nursing.
“We were given a great furnished apartment with all the modern conveniences.”
Cheyrl told me: “My husband and I love to travel and have been to 40 countries and 19 states to date — my first assignment was Fayetteville, NC — we were given a great furnished apartment with all the modern conveniences and plenty of supplies. Everyone at the new hospital called me Miss Cheryl I never got used to it but I sure did like it!”
You can do this too!
Take a chance, as they say, and fill out the short information request form. You only have to do it once and we will email it to several agencies that have expressed an interest in talking with you and will look over your qualifications and then let you know if they think they have something you might like.
That’s right. Instead of you going from travel nursing agency to travel nursing agency filling out form after form, you fill out one easy request. We forward it on to the interested agencies and let them bid on your services. You turn the tables. The worst that can happen is you look the offers over and say “no.” The best that can happen is a new and exciting adventure that you have only dreamed of. A travel nursing job in the locale you choose.
Almost everyone loves to travel and visit new places and meet new people.
Unfortunately most of us have to stay home and work, but as a registered nurse you have put yourself into the position of getting to do both. You have a great job in a place you want to be with great pay and benefits and free private housing! You don’t have to wait for your two week vacation to visit new places.
If you even think you might be interested in this sort of adventure I encourage you to fill out the short information request form and find out what may be out there for you.