Share The Wonder
Travel nursing jobs in Alabama have more than meets the eye. Famous for its scenic beauty and Southern hospitality, Alabama will become your home away from home in no time. Alabama is divided into four regions. The first is known as the Mountains or North, where you can find the Marshall State Flight Center and Helen Keller’s home. Then is Metropolitan or central, home of the state’s largest city and the University of Alabama. Next is River Heritage which consists of the South with the exception of the Gulf Coast. Montgomery, the state capital, is here. Finally there’s the Gulf Coast, with the birthplace of Mardi Gras in Mobile.
Comfort food and Southern hospitality makes your assignment feel like home.
Sweet Home Alabama
The state’s largest city, Birmingham is the cultural heart of Alabama. Visit the Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens for a unique and inexpensive way to learn about the city’s heritage. Take your time exploring the former plantation house and perfectly manicured gardens while learning about 19th century architecture, furniture, and textiles.
Montgomery is not only the state’s capital, but also a city rich with civil rights history. At the Civil Rights Memorial Center you can learn about the history of the civil rights movement and honor those killed in the struggle. Around the corner is the church where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. served as a pastor in 1955 and the Capitol steps is where the Selma voting rights march ended.