Anyone here work FT and doing an NP program?? - page 2

There aren't any part-time jobs in my area so I'm stuck with full-time. I'd love to be an FNP and have several online programs I'd like to apply to, but I'm worried about pulling off both work and... Read More

  1. by   NTPinky
    Quote from JerseyBSN
    I work full-time and take 6-9 hours per semester. When it comes time for clinicals I'm going to either cut down to part-time or PRN. You can do it! I am married and have children at home. Grown in college but at home none the less!
    Thanks so much for the encouragement! I'm going to start working on my application materials next week
  2. by   Annaiya
    I graduate in May and have worked full-time through my whole program. I'm in my residency semester now and I spend about 60-65 hours a week in the hospital between work and clinical. It's exhausting but can be done. Just use all of your PTO for school and be smart about resting on your time off. I'm planning on taking 2 months off in between my current job and when I start my new NP job. I have 3 years of not seeing friends and family to make up for, lol.
  3. by   jmunsg2010
    Quote from NTPinky
    Which school are you going to? I haven't even sent applications yet!
    I have only applied to GWU. I'm considering walden