this is actually my first time posting. has anyone heard of hondros college in ohio? i am looking into that lpn program.
i've been doing research on lpn programs vs accelerated nursing programs
(i already have a bachelors degree in health promotion which hasn't gotten me anywhere). at first i was leaning towards the 2nd degree programs that are about 2 years long, but now i am leaning towards an lpn program for a couple of reasons. it doesn't take as much time, if i wanted to do an lpn-rn program later on that could always happen, the program is cheaper, and at the end of the day i just want to have a profession where i feel like i am helping others.
i guess i was just hoping for input/suggestions from anyone who does read this message. some of my friends think that i'm silly for doing a 1 year program after i already completed a 4 year degree, but i look at it as a start in a new direction in which i could continue with if i love, and if not i always have the option of going further. i'm still paying off my college loans so i didn't want to get into a really $$$$ program right now.
anyways, any suggestions/input would be appreciated. it is nice to meet everyone :-)