When you tell people you want to be a nurse, it's nothing out of the ordinary. When you tell people you want to work for Apple, they wish you success; nothing out of the ordinary. But when you tell people you want to nurse for Apple, they find it silly and it often yields a "what kind of dream job is that?" type response. Firstly, I've never heard or seen of any medical related careers at Apple, but surely they have a campus clinic, no? I've only just turned 22 and have earned a Business AA and BAS in Healthcare Management. Now I've began nursing and will have my second bachelor's (BSN) within 2 years. Obviously Apple won't be hiring new nurses (if this field is even an opportunity), but I'm currently working for a trauma center and may have the rare opportunity to begin nursing in the ED as soon as I graduate and pass boards. Hopefully this will help me obtain a "higher level" RN job quicker (based on perception, not time). What I mean is that I could work on the floor as an RN for two years and then move to the ER for a year, or work ER for only 2 years and (in my opinion) the perception on experience wouldn't really differ. That's not to say that two years of experience is much at all, as a nurse you're always learning. And I'd imagine that to work for a company like Apple my history and experience will need to go quite a bit beyond a mere two years. I digress... Silly as it may sound, I have a sincere passion for both Apple and medicine, so this is currently my dream job. Does anyone know if this type of job opportunity is available at Apple? And what are your thoughts?