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NHSC Jobs Center is an easy tool to use for anyone looking for a primary care position in a community with limited access to medical, dental, and mental/behavorial services. is a Healthcare Personnel Sourcing Service that services the nursing industry. has over 12,000 nursing jobs in every specialty posted by employers from across the nation, including emergency room nursing jobs, intensive care nursing jobs and operating room nursing jobs. provides all the information you need to be successful in the healthcare industry. Here you will find a job search database, company profiles, articles, and much more.

The Health Care Job Store allows you to find thousands of healthcare jobs.

The U.S. Navy's website provides information about pay, job choices, and benefits for registered nurses and nursing students.

Our institution features an AfterCollege Career Network, which is a job, internship and scholarship resource created specifically for our students and alumni.


When you access our AfterCollege Career Network, you can take advantage of a variety of resources to help you find, build and develop your rewarding career. For example, you can:

  • Access major-specific, entry-level job opportunities from employers who have indicated an interest in hiring our students and graduates
  • Follow favorite companies and be the first to know about new opportunities
  • Build professional and academic profiles that will viewed by prospective employers
  • Access and apply for AfterCollege Scholarships 
  • Build a winning resume, learn about salary negotiation, and more

And, there is no cost to you when you access any of these valuable resources.


To get started, go to the AfterCollege Career Network website and enter our institution’s name, and choose your major. You’ll be automatically added to our exclusive AfterCollege Career Network.






Expert's Corner 

Employer Tips for Success 

Candidates should remember to steer clear of hypothetical answers and should mold their answer around real life professional or scholarly examples from their past. Employers want to know your track record more so than how you hope or think you would respond in a situation.


Also, be sure to ask questions. Ask about safety programs or how the position came to be open, and share what it is that you already know about the company. Let your questions show that you have done your homework about the company and that you are being selective about the position you are considering. If you want the position, tell them and let them know why. Few candidates think to do this but it goes a long way. Employers are half concerned with whether or not you are what they are looking for, and equally concerned with whether or not the company fits what the candidate is looking for.  


Liz Pavelchak

Human Resource Representative

Cintas Corporation #539 & #83






Dates & Events

VBEC Board meeting for the Victoria Community - 10/23/2014

First Steps to Starting Your Own Business - 10/23/2014

Civil Service and Armed Forces Information and Career Fair - 10/23/2014

UHV Degree Information Session - 10/23/2014

Willis Group Distinguished Speaker Series Welcome Brock Wagner - 10/23/2014

VAHC Board meeting - 10/24/2014

VAHC Board meeting - 10/24/2014

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