Hi Onaughmae, what are you working on to get your Master's Degree.
Breezeonby, you are in one of the toughest courses that exists, Pharmacy Tech.
My husband was unemployed and saw a sign that said to go to college and become a Pschyciatric Tech, only 3 semesters. My husband studied and studied. He found out that anything medical is the hardest thing in the world. He got his CNA license and was told that he could work as a Psych Tech Assistant. He filled out a form of where he wanted to work in the Developmental Center. He chose Sonoma.
Well, one superviseror was mad at another, and one decided to hire the worse student and then get rid of him. At the time, we did not know that. My husband was hired on a 6 month trial period. If he could pass that, he had a permanent job.
He did not have the brain knowledge for college but he cared for people. They tried everything they could to get him fired. He liked the clients and they liked him. He knew what to do. In 6 months, he had a permament job. He worked there for 10 years.