Teacher starting Nursing school @ Texas A&M Corpus Christi eline!

  1. I am a 30 year old married mom of two kids. I have been a teacher for 8 years. I started out wanting to be a nurse but after marrying young and starting a family I changed my major to teaching because it was a better fit for me back then. My husband promised me after the kids were more independent, I could go back to school for nursing. Don't get me wrong I love the time off teaching brings during the summers and holidays but I need a change. There is no way I could retire from teaching! I am happy to share I have been accepted to the Texas A&M University @ Corpus Christi Eline program and I start next week. I'm so excited to finish my original dream! Has anyone else been accepted to this program?
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  3. by   amac77
    Congrats on being accepted! I've been a teacher for 11 years but I've always wanted to be a nurse also. Everybody thinks teaching is so great for mothers but it's not. When my kids have fun stuff at school, so do my students. I miss everything they do...plus I'm so burned out with teaching. I'm glad to know that I'm not the only person wanting to leave teaching for a job that has been my dream for years.
  4. by   MorganB
    Hey I too am / was a teacher starting an adn program next week. i just wanted to say you are not alone and I think having been teachers works in our advantage . We make excellent students. I too just began to hate the classroom and the beaurocracy. Looking foward to a 2 or 3 day work week and time with my kiddos and hubby.
  5. by   AggieNurse2Be
    Thank you for sharing your stories and I'm glad I'm not alone! Good luck to you both.
  6. by   fuchsiapink
    Hi Aggienurse2be im interested in applying to the e-line program later this year, and would like to get some info from u. First off congrats!! Do you know how many applicants get accepted? How is it going for u so far? How many classes are you taking this semester? How long do you have to finish the entire program? Do you work full time*