Hello! I just found out that I got into a FNP program, and will be starting this fall. I graduate with my BSN in April, and will be searching for my first nursing job. I already had an interview at a local hospital, and she was very excited about having me work for her. It would be a part time position to start out with. However, I can not be officially hired until I pass my boards. Therefore, I am supposed to contact her when I get my license.
My problem is that I am worried about explaining graduate school to her. I didn't mention it in the interview, because it wasn't a for sure thing at the time. The program is all online with the exception of two classes in two different semesters that I would have to drive an hour and a half to campus for. I will be taking full time classes and plan on working full time (if I can go from part time to full time at some point). I know a few people who have attended this program and worked full time and went to school full time while also having kids, so I am not worried about being able to do this. But I am worried that if she knows I am continuing my education and won't be working for her for a very long time, that she will no longer want to hire me.
Has anybody been in a similar situation or have any advice for what to do?