3rd Quarter Photo Contest Winners

Well this is a first! We received so many outstanding submissions from our current travelers for this quarter’s photo contest that we couldn’t stand to pick just one. Congratulations to our two lucky winners, you’ve captured some incredible moments!

Congratulations to Brian and Kelsey!

Brian and Kelsey are a travel team who are also consummate adventurers! Both are RNs specializing in Long Term Care and have submitted some incredible photos from their journeys. From the hiking mountains to strolling beaches, they truly have that traveler spirit. Pictured below is Kelsey at Gothic Basin, just to the west of Glacier Peak in Wenatchee National Forest, Washington.

Congratulations to Brittany!

An ICU/CCU RN currently on assignment in Nevada, Brittany shared this incredible photo of her SKYDIVING adventure—and what can we say but WOW! What an amazing thrill.

Each quarter, we select a winning photo that has been submitted by one of our travelers out on assignment. If your photo is selected, you’ll receive great prizes just for sharing your picture—win a $100 gift card and a place on the trustaff Wall of Fame!

Subjects can be anything from the beautiful sunset over the ocean or the serene wilderness in the mountains, to the unique details discovered on your daily walk. Share a part of your adventure!

For more details and inspiration visit our photo contest page.

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