I’m not a fool. I know that the likelihood of be lasting in EMS forever is minimal. Especially on the streets. So, I bring myself to wanting more. I have some college, not a lot. Definately nothing impressive. So what do I do? Do I do an online program, do I attend school locally? I know I can’t go full time. I can’t afford to not be working.
I’d just assume get started on it sooner than later. I don’t know what I want to get started on though… Do I want to just get a degree so I’m elligible to be supervisor/director somewhere in the future? Do I want to be an RN? I don’t think I could handle being a floor nurse, or a clinic nurse. It just isn’t my cup of tea. Any tips/pointers out there? What would YOU do?
I’m considering a few options, but am interested in those online Moron… err Medic to RN bridge programs. Are they worth a damn? I know “The College Network” is a joke. But what about Excelsior? Eh, I guess I’ll keep digging.
(Random Side thought) I want this ambulance. Not only is the “lift” brilliant, but take a real close look at that back window (click to enlarge). It reads: “It’s not a Taxi. Use it, Don’t Abuse it.
Maybe I will become a professional Blogger. You know, start 40 blogs, most of them useless. Somehow make money doing nothing? Nah? Well, guess The Golden Arches will always be around too…
I just know that the stress, the obese patients that can never walk, the hours, and the PAY will make it impossible to do this forever. What would YOU do?
(resume side thought) Ah hell, don’t bother clicking that image. Here is the close up. I rock at Google. Think I can get a job as a professional Googlerer? Yup. I made up a word, and a job.