The Top 4 Summer Destinations for Case Managers & Social Workers
Working as a travel case management nurse or social worker offers many incredible benefits for your career—as the seasons change, one of the best parts of traveling is the location flexibility you have when choosing new assignments. How are you looking to spend your summer? Basking in the sun on a beach? Hiking scenic trails with mountain views?
The choice is yours, thanks to the wide variety of current assignment openings with AMN Healthcare. To help you on your search, we’ve compiled some of the top summer getaways for case management registered nurses (RNs) and social workers.
4 Destinations for a Perfect Summer Travel Assignment
Virginia might not be a place that jumps off the page as a summer destination, but this state has a little something for everyone to enjoy. You have the freedom to choose an assignment inland or on the coast, immersing yourself in Washington D.C. or one of Virginia’s other bustling metropolises or finding relaxation somewhere more remote. Nature lovers can revel in the beauty of Appalachia and the Shenandoah Valley, while nautical souls enjoy access to the Chesapeake Bay and Hampton Roads regions along the Atlantic coast. Steeped in history and boasting some of the best seafood in the country, Virginia is a spot you don’t want to miss this summer.
California is a summer dream for adventurers and relaxers alike—packing mountains, beaches, forests, deserts, and lakes within its expansive borders. Beach goers can find solace on the sands of SoCal cities like San Diego and Los Angeles, where sunshine is as endless as the Pacific. Outdoor enthusiasts can explore one (or all) of state’s many renowned national parks, including Yosemite, Sequoia, and Joshua Tree, to name a few. Travel along the Pacific Coast Highway to take in the coast, ranging from palm trees to mammoth, rugged cliffs. If you’re thirsty along the way, you can always make a pitstop in wine country and take a vineyard tour. It’s time to break out your summer bucket list in the Golden State.
3. New York
New York state is known best for the “Big Apple,” New York City providing enough energy, food, and entertainment to fill anyone’s summer schedule. If you’re looking to beat the city heat this summer, the rest of the state has a vast array of sights and adventures up its sleeve. The beach is a summer staple, and you can dip your toes in the Atlantic at one of Long Island’s hotspots like the Hamptons or Montauk. You can also head north to soak in (literally) the majesty of Niagara Falls, one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, on the historic Maid of the Mist. Wilderness seekers fear not—you’ll have ample opportunity to get lost in the Adirondacks or hike the “Grand Canyon of the East” on New York’s Finger Lakes. Summer is the perfect time to experience the Empire State.
Colorado is an iconic summer home for thrill seekers and outdoor adventurers—a state offering more breathtaking scenic vistas and activities than one person can possibly experience. With a host of national parks and, evergreen forests, and towering mountains at your disposal, you’ll be able to hike and camp to your heart’s content on terrain for experts and novice expeditions alike. If you can’t live without the water during summer, fear not—you can float, boat or swim in one of the state’s lakes or reservoirs (beware, the water is cold!) Of course, you can also enjoy the excellent food, music, and arts that fill Denver, Colorado’s burgeoning capitol. The sunniest state in the country is calling your name!