Apply for the Adult Gerontology
Nurse Practitioner Residency Program
Applications for the 2022-2023 program open January 1st and close April 1st
• Complete an electronic application and provide required supplemental materials
• Applications completed by April 1st will be reviewed by the Selection Committee comprised of CHC leadership, program staff, and program preceptors
• Candidates will be invited to interview virtually after applications close
The NP Residency is a 12 month, full time employment and training opportunity. NP Residents are full time employees during the residency experience and scheduled for a 40 hour per week schedule to meet all program requirements.
Yes. After the residency program year, residents are required to complete a one-year employment commitment. This allows residents to have a year of practice at one of our CHC locations and provide continuity in the training experience and smooth transition to full time practice. Our team will work with residents during the program year to identify a mutually agreeable site for the post-residency commitment.
Yes. As employees, residents receive comprehensive benefits from CHC. This includes medical, dental, paid-time off, license reimbursement, and other benefits. Additional information on our benefit offerings will be provided during the formal interview process.
No. Most of our applicants apply to the residency program while they are completing their graduate program. All licensure needs to be in place by the start of the program in September. Residents must sit for and pass their board certification exam by mid-July through AANP or ANCC. Required licenses include Connecticut RN and APRN, Connecticut Controlled Substance License and DEA License. CHC reimburses residents for licensure costs when residents start in September.
While we do not require that residents speak a second language, speaking Spanish is a preferred skill for potential candidates. If you do not speak Spanish, we highly recommend committing to completing a Spanish immersion program to enhance your language skills. Many former residents have completed these training opportunities during the summer prior to the program start.
The residency program starts the first week in September. The Tuesday after labor day, residents will start in New Hire orientation for CHC employees. This is followed by a weeklong orientation for the residency program. For more information, please see our orientation page (link to orientation page).
Yes. No matter what site you are assigned to for your home site, residents are required to have reliable transportation. In addition to clinical care in your home site, residents will need to travel to other CHC locations for training opportunities including internal and external specialty rotations.
Yes. Residents may be required to work an occasional weekend or extended evening hours. Many of these occasions are for additional and beneficial training opportunities and designed to enhance the program experience. Residents will be required to take call overnight X to X times during the program year. Evening and weekend hours will be coordinated between residents and the program team.
No. Residents are not eligible for loan repayment during the residency year as it is a formal training program. However, residents can defer loan repayment during the residency year. NHSC and Nurse Corps scholars may apply during the residency year to be eligible for loan repayment during the post residency year commitment. Please let the residency team know if you are eligible for one of these programs.