I have an ADN and then started on a BSN, but changed majors to a BS in Community Health Education which then allowed me to sit for the Certified Health Education Specialist exam, which I passed. Look up CHES and NCHEC (National Commission on Health Education Credentialing) and you'll get an idea of what career choices you'd have, and there really are many if you are sure community/public health is where you want to be. To sit for the exam, specific courses/curriculum must be completed, so if CHES appeals to you, check with your school to make sure you're in the right program. I went to William Paterson University in NJ. Also, check out SOPHE (Society for Public Health Education) and join as a student. If your state has a chapter, it's a great way to network and find internships and jobs. NJ has a very strong SOPHE chapter. Good luck!