We have an immediate openings for Acute and Dialysis RNs in Milwaukee, Wisconsin!
Lake Michigan is perfect, whether you’re looking to take up sailing or challenge friends to a game of sand volleyball at Bradford Beach. Or you can explore Milwaukee’s 140+ parks and 150+ miles of trails. Summer is packed with festivals, free outdoor concerts and more, but when classes are canceled because of a major snow storm, you’ll discover you’re never too old for sledding and snowball fights. Love to shop? You’ll see the usual national chains at malls around the metro, but you’ll also find a bevy of boutiques featuring unique and handmade items. Milwaukee’s East side and trendy Third Ward are a shopper’s dream. If you’re used to East and West Coast prices, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how far your money goes in the Midwest, whether it’s your monthly rent or just a night out on the town. Big enough to offer urban amenities, small enough that you can get to most places within 20 minutes. Also, UWM students can use UPASS for unlimited free rides on the county bus system. Brew City might be known for its beer and cheese, but there are plenty of other good eats, too. Foodies can get their fill at funky cafes, ethnic eateries, and restaurants that feature local goods. With the world-class Milwaukee Art Museum, the Milwaukee Film Festival, and a thriving music scene, it’s no wonder Milwaukee was named a top 12 art cities in the nation, according to ArtPlace. Sports fans can intern, work and cheer for teams such as the Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Wave and Milwaukee Admirals. Or catch roller derby fever with the Brewcity Bruisers.