Thank you for your replies, everyone! I have decided to go to community college for the Medical Lab Tech program. With my bachelors and 2 years of full-time work, I will be able to sit for the exam to be a Clinical Lab Scientist/ Medical Technologist. I can also use transfer credit. I am happy with this choice as it isn't removed from medicine, I'll be able to see diseases directly, and will be able to take care of myself. Thanks Again!
I applied to PA school, but it is highly unlikely that I will be accepted due to a low GPA (>3.0) and a downward grade trend. With that being said I do not intend to do a post-bac or Master's degree to raise it, but would instead like advice on other career paths I could qualify for with career advancement available. I have a B.S. in Applied Nutrition and have experience as both a Medical Assistant and Health and Wellness coach. I also have my EMT-B license, but I do not wish to work in EMS. I wanted a thread that addressed other career paths students in my situation who are not looking to