The mission of the Michigan Center for Nursing (MCN) is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing resources regarding education, careers, skills, and leadership development to Michigan nurses and nursing students, therefore, helping nurses to meet the needs of the community.
The Michigan Center for Nursing is a service of the Michigan Health Council, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a culture of health with health professionals at the heart of the delivery system. Support for some of our projects comes from the Nurses Professional Fund and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
We are pleased to announce our nursing career center. For a nominal or annual fee, employers can highlight their career opportunities to a broad pool of experienced nursing professionals.
Unlike other job advertising sites, most users come to the Center’s website to get information on advising their nursing career through our Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded Nursing Career Guide, which has career planning, career coaching, and educational pathway resources.
Moreover, the Center hosts some highly-sought resources like our clinical faculty and nurse preceptor training tool kits.
Over 2,000 individuals subscribe to the Michigan Center for Nursing’s monthly email newsletter. This newsletter is filled with content for both new and seasoned nurses.
Each month up to five new job postings will be listed in the newsletter. Additionally, visitors can subscribe to a weekly update of new jobs posted on the site. Sign up for the newsletter here.
Individual postings are $250. If you need to post more than six postings each year, consider purchasing 10 credits for $1,200. Jobs remain posted for 45, days but can be extended for an additional credit.