I’m 43 and want a new career. Recently I was accepted into a 24 month RN program. Am I too old to start a nursing career?
You're never too old. I graduated with my RN at age 56.
Never! Not a lot of people have the courage to start over later In life and it says a lot about you. And you also deserve to be happy in a career and every part of your life as much as possible. Nursing will give you so many options and push you to grow even more. Plus with your life experience you’ll be an even better asset to some of the people you work with and take care of. Keep going and good luck!
No at all!!! I had a classmate who was 57 in Nursing school, and she’s doing great now!!
Your never too old and we need all the help we can get so come on girl get going on the 24 month train and get out here 🩺😷
You're never too old! The diverse nursing environments to work in will give you a career thatis never boring, and you will find many opportunities to find your niche'.
Associate degree/RN at age 21, BSN at age 44, MSN/FNP age 51.
Go for it.