I'm starting nursing school (Associates program) in January if everything goes as planned. *fingers crossed* I already have a degree in an unrelated subject so it makes sense to take an RN to BSN program soon after I graduate.
I've been doing a lot of research on advanced practice nurses and I find myself drawn to the possibilities that are offered with being a CRNA, the positive parts of being an RN, the autonomy that doctors enjoy, etc.
My question is this:
What can I do, starting day one to make myself a great candidate for a CRNA school? I realize great grades are essential, but is there more that I can do to eventually follow this career path?