I started a job as a patient care tech in June. My schedule is PRN. The problem is I go to school in a city an hour and a half away. I lived on campus during the school year, and we have the summer off. I came back home to my family's house and I've been working as much as I can. But I will be moving to an apartment in august that is in the same city as my school. I don't know if I will be able to keep up the 4 minimum shifts a month as well as classes, clinicals, and volunteer hours my school requires. So my question is, will I be burning a bridge if I quit after less than 3 months? I am interested in potentially working for this hospital after graduation.
Jul 6, '17
Not if you do it graciously. I would let them know ASAP and just explain why you can't keep up that level and ask if you could do 2 shifts a month to keep your foot in the door.
Jul 11, '17
Can the volunteering be done there?