A common question I am asked by mentees is if they should get an additional master's degree in public health (MPH). Below are a few questions I walk them through to help find the answer. You want to get your Masters in Public Health too? Nice! Pursuing higher education is admirable, but before dropping an … Continue reading MPH: Is It Worth It?
Tag: Student Mom
Studying in PA School
There is no one-size-fits-all method when it comes to studying in pa school. Here are a few practical tips to help get started
A Day in the Life – Stephenie Orihood
How this mom of two balances family life and being a military spouse while in PA School
Should I mention my kids on the CASPA personal statement?
Answering whether or not to mention kids on the CASPA personal statement
Plan & Execute
Properly planning and executing a blueprint to PA School
A Day in the Life – Ashley Wilson
A Day in the life of a single mom enrolled in the doctorate of physical therapy program
My PA Journey – Yocheved Becker
Pregnant in PA School - How a married mother of 4 was able to complete PA school despite being pregnant twice while enrolled
Handling the Unexpected: Sick Days
As a mama, you already know that you cannot predict when your kid is going to get sick and when it happens, it will probably be when you can least afford for it to happen. Time and life will not stop while you're in PA school. So what do you do when your kid gets … Continue reading Handling the Unexpected: Sick Days
A Day In The Life – Amanda
Learn how Amanda Lariscey, mama, wife, and PA student, tackles her day.
Plan & Execute
You’ve answered the questions in the 5w’s and a How article. Now you’re ready to get your hands dirty. Time to fine tune and execute! Create a detailed budget. The journey is not cheap. You must have a clear picture of the costs involved, especially if you’re a single parent. Once you have created a … Continue reading Plan & Execute