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Going Back to School

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Oct 6, 2013. 5 Replies

So ive been an EMT for the past 2 years and while i enjoy the medical part of the job i have battled back issues, nothing serious but i doubt i can lift fat sick people for the next 20 years. Im 22…Continue

 

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Will replied to Steve Wall's discussion Going Back to School
"^This, indeed. And especially:  start on your major in your first year.  If it's in health sciences, you'll need to."
Oct 6, 2013
Native Son replied to Steve Wall's discussion Going Back to School
"Agree with Will, but would add one caveat, especially since a classmate got tripped up by some slightly off in-person academic advice from the college. Get a couple of the College catalogues (at least that's what they were called in the dark…"
Oct 6, 2013
Dino Silone replied to Steve Wall's discussion Going Back to School
"I did go back to school later in life, at least later than you will.  I had a masters in counseling, and was working full-time, but decided in my late twenties that I really wanted to be an engineer.  Started engineering school at 27,…"
Oct 5, 2013
Will replied to Steve Wall's discussion Going Back to School
"Your best bet is to go the college's financial aid office and ask how to afford it. Also, if it's a 4-year degree, consider community college for the first 2 years.  BUT!  Talk to the college you want your degree from and find…"
Sep 29, 2013
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Going Back to School

So ive been an EMT for the past 2 years and while i enjoy the medical part of the job i have battled back issues, nothing serious but i doubt i can lift fat sick people for the next 20 years. Im 22 and recently moved away from home (played Junior hockey till i was 20, hence the later start on my career and moving out). Im looking at going back to school for nursing and then possibly physio when im done the RN degree, my question is has anyone gone back to school later in life and how did they…See More
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