Check into colleges that offer a RN to BSN program and enroll! Some colleges offering this program have a dual admission agreement with community colleges so that the application fee is waived and admission is guarenteed with a GPA of 2.5. You will most likely receive a letter of acceptance from the BSN program. Have this in hand at any interview and include your desire to matriculate your ADN to a BSN in cover letters. You may be able to defer your actual admission to the program for up to 3 years after acceptance; this is good since we need to work and adapt our school around that. This was my plan, I did get a job in a hospital with my ADN and will matriculate into my BSN one class at a time as I am a new nurse learning at work too! Good luck!!