Spring semester is starting this month on the 16. I am also enrolled in the CNA program at Century College, but I was wondering what some of the experienced professions think or their opinions on my upcoming school/work schedule.
I will be a full-time student taking CNA program during the night, 2 p.m. - 9 p.m. I will most likely work third shift afterwards at a nursing home for four to five hours (10 p.m. - 3 a.m.) and probably volunteer at a hospital in the morning, around 6 a.m. - 8 a.m.? Does anyone think this will be too much for me? Of course, this will only last a month. After I pass my CNA program, hopefully, I will not work third shift anymore. I believe I could last a month, but I would most likely miss out on family gatherings, study/homework, and "me" time. I do not know what to do. Give me your honest opinions and advice
If you are wondering why I am doing so much at once, that is because I have not had any experience - which is why I want to volunteer at a hospital, Regions. I also need to work to earn extra cash for my tuition, books, and bills.