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NC Intern, working in NY for the break?

Discussion in 'Pharmacy' started by BuffaloPills, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. BuffaloPills

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    Im a P2 working as an intern at Walgreens in NC (where I go to school) and was wondering if anyone knows what needs to be done for me to work as an intern at a Walgreens in NY for the break. Thanks
     
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  3. Quiksilver

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    get a job, but your intern license will not be legal in NYS. You have to fulfill certain requirements and you probably should have researched what the NYS BOP needs of you order to qualify for an intern permit. My advice, contact the board, see what you need the school to send them. Have the school send it and go from there.
     
  4. PHARMDhope2b

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    Well well well, another campbell student.
    Yeah, like the other post stated, just go to NY's BOP site and download the forms and PAY THE COST, lol.
     
  5. BuffaloPills

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    yea i could've looked on NY BOP but I was asking if someone knew off the top of their head from experience, while i was at work. guess not
     
  6. PHARMDhope2b

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    yeah i understand that.
    Sorry that I didnt know right off. I have to find the same info on VA before next summer.
     
  7. Praziquantel86

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    From what I understand, you can work at any VA location as long as you have some sort of license/permit from any U.S. state or territory.
     
  8. PHARMDhope2b

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    Really?
    That is good to know. thanks!!
    I was thinking that I had to jump through hoops to get a permit.
     
  9. DrugDealer

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    Ummm.....I think you two are discussing two different VAs
    VA = Virginia for the original poster
    VA = Veteran's Affairs health system for the replying poster
     
  10. Praziquantel86

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    An excellent point. Forgot all about the Commonwealth of VA.
     

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