The best beginning a career can have.
Our New Grad programs are designed to help you build the most solid foundation your career can have. The things you learn and do here now will impact not just your clinical abilities, but your professional opportunities for many years to come.
"I felt really lucky when I got hired here at Stanford. It has such a great reputation, and really when I started working here, I learned that it lives up to that reputation."— Elisa C. Clinical Nurse II, D1/CCU
Your new pharmacy career deserves true mentorship and growth potential. Discover the next steps in a winning career with our Pharmacy Practice Residency. This one-year post-graduate training program offers an environment to gain professional competence, expand your clinical knowledge, and develop a philosophy of pharmacy practice. The residency is accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) and follows the ASHP Residency Learning System (RLS). The residency program offers you in-depth instruction to help you:
Participation in our Pharmacy Practice Residency program requires a Pharm.D degree from an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education-accredited college or pharmacy, and California Pharmacy Intern license. Our philosophy of residency training is to offer practical experiences in diverse, multidisciplinary environments that span the continuum of pharmaceutical care. Visit the Pharmacy Residency Program webpage for a full description of the program.
Your nursing career deserves to be the best it can be. To foster your growing talents, we invite you to consider the Stanford Health Care RN Residency Program. Designed for new graduates, this is a comprehensive training program for new RNs.
Please Note — Stanford Hospital provides adult care, not pediatrics, maternity or labor and delivery. We do not place new grads in the Emergency Department or the ICU.
How do I submit my documents? Once you submit the application on our website the next screen allows you to upload your documents. Be sure all documents are in Word or PDF.
Can I submit a letter of recommendation from a preceptor? No, you must submit two letters of recommendation (on school letterhead) from your nursing school faculty who supervised your clinical rotations.