I am a pre-nursing student who's situation has changed a great deal since I started my pre-recs. I now have a full time job that I can't leave (health insurance and extra income are a MUST). My job is incredibly supportive and they've said they'll do "whatever it takes" to get me through nursing school
. (I work in a hospital...my boss even went so far as to say she needs me as part of her nursing staff--how great is that?) To me that means that I can cut back on my hours (I only need to work 32 to maintain benefits) and my nursing school has a completely online program except for clinicals. There is a chance that I can get my CNA to allow more flexibility...
I guess my question is--has anyone made it through nursing school working 32 hours a week??? I also have a husband (who is beyond supportive and works from home) and 2 kids. I know it will be incredibly stressful but I think (hope) I can do it!!