First off, I am just starting nursing school, but will be certified as a CNA by the end of next semester, so I wanted to get a huge jump-start on this. So, I have a few questions:
1) I have a previous B.S. in communications and international relations. Should I list this on my resume?
2) At the moment, I haven't no relevant work experiences for applying for any CNA/RN job, but I have worked on and off for quite a few years (unless you count the year I worked as a veterinary assistant, haha) . I've got relevant volunteer experience, however....past experience as a volunteer EMT-B/firefighter, and current volunteer experience at a hospital, and volunteer at a local government office dealing with Medicare (don't know if it counts). Hell, there's even a while where I volunteered for a health-related non-profit. How do I go about highlighting these?
3) Lastly, I have had to move A LOT in the past few years...like 6 times in 4 years. Yikes. It's been rough for me to find any job, due to what seems like job-hopping. I have had a few, but they all lasted about 9-12 months. I didn't intend for it to be that way, but I had other extenuating circumstances. Do I really need to put these on my resume? I mean, they weren't remotely medically-related (again, unless you count the work as a veterinary assistant). I don't know how to deal with this issue... I'm at a loss.
Any help would be VERY appreciated. Thanks!