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Career Resources

With ProCare’s Career Resource Center you can access a variety of nursing and reference tools, including health reports, medical dictionaries and nursing associations as well as search for available jobs and important forms.

We are not only committed to helping you find the right job but also to help you stay current in your profession.

Interview Questions

Handling an interview with confidence takes planning and a lot of practice. That is why we provide interview guidelines to help you be proactive in asking the right questions during your interview so that you have no surprises after accepting your assignment.

Licensure Information

The California Board of Nursing offers information on licensing verification, nursing associations and NCLEX. California also offers a walk-through process to help you receive a temporary license so that you can work for six months until you receive your permanent license.

Continuing Education

Keeping current in your education is important in today's healthcare environment. That is why ProCare has partnered with MedCom Trainex to make available an excellent CEU program.

Nursing Associations

As the only full-service professional representing the nation's 2.9 million registered nurses (RNs), the American Nurses Association fosters high nursing standards, promotes the economic and general welfare of nurses, projects a positive, realistic view of nursing, and lobbies Congress and regulatory agencies regarding a variety of healthcare issues through its fifty-four constituent member associations.

We have also created a resource list of some other important nursing associations for your convenience.


Stay current on the latest advances in nursing through CyberNurse. Browse the best medical dictionaries, read the latest reports and even chat on-line with nursing colleagues


Let Nursing Center guide you to more than 800 continuing education activities and 50 leading nursing journals, including The American Journal of NursingThe Nurse PractitionerNursing ManagementNursing 2015 and many more.