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- Competitive Salaries and Bonuses
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- CEU Program after 1040 hours worked
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- Dental & Retirement program
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Great City for Travel Nursing – Washington D.C.
The nation’s capital is full of fun when the weather gets warm. From sporting events, live music and entertainment, site seeing, and exploring the DC landscape, there is something for everyone!
The Washington Nationals are one of DC’s hottest summertime attractions. 2015 National League MVP Bryce Harper and former Cy Young winner Max Scherzer highlight a roster determined to bring the first World Series title to DC since 1924. The state-of-the-art Nationals Park features an array of food vendors and activities that the entire family will enjoy! However, the Nationals aren’t the only sports team in town during the summer. D.C. United takes over RFK Stadium as the team chases the MLS Cup. Goaltender Bill Hamid, forward Fabián Espíndola and goal-scoring extraordinaire Chris Rolfe are some of the roster’s stars, while former player Ben Olsen guides the team from the sidelines.
You can’t think about DC in the summertime without thinking about live music outdoors. Numerous venues and parks play host to outdoor concerts throughout the season, including Yards Park, Washington Harbour, Fort Reno and Fort Dupont Park. One of the most popular weekly concerts is Jazz in the Garden, held at the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden. The DC Jazz Festival also features dozens of performances across numerous venues throughout the city. Then, say so long to summers with DC’s free Labor Day Capitol Concert at the U.S. Capitol. The annual concert featuring the National Symphony Orchestra takes place on the Sunday before Labor Day.
With so many iconic landmarks located throughout the Washington DC area, there are numerous ways tourists and locals alike can see the sites. Navigate the Potomac River another way by renting a kayak or canoe. Key Bridge Boathouse and Thompson Boat Center both offer by-the-hour rentals on kayaks and canoes, and even stand-up paddle-boards. Combine luxury with sightseeing when you book an experience with Entertainment Cruises, which has two cruise lines in the area: Odyssey and Spirit. Cruises often include lunch or dinner, a DJ or live music and beautiful sight lines of DC’s greatest monuments from the Potomac River. You can also mix in fitness with your DC sightseeing, courtesy of numerous local companies that offer both walking and biking tours. Capital City Bike Tours will take you to the monuments and memorials on two wheels, dishing out info along the way. Of course, you can always explore on your own too.
For nature lovers who want to get out of the city and escape the fast pace life for a day, Rock Creek Park is just outside the heart of the city. The 4.4-square-mile park is full of wildlife and beautiful scenery. The park makes for a majestic summer escape and provides numerous trails for hiking, biking and exploring. The park also features a tennis center and horse stables!