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  • Im stationed at Ansbach, Germany. But my husband is going to re enlist soon. So i have picked out Fort Shafter, Fort Carson Colorado and Fort Riley Kansas. I wanted more information on Fort Shafter. I been to hawaii a few times but i wanted more info on the base and what it has. Like On post Housing. how do they look. does each kid gets its own room. i have 2 daughters. and in germany u get a room for each person. Also we get free furnishings. its expensive in europe so we get some free stuff. i know in the usa is diff. we never been stationed any where else. anyway all the help would be good and u can pm me if u wanna tell me more thanks.
  • i was stationed at fort shafter with my dad, but that was years ago. we were put up in a temporary apartment in pearl city until housing became available. i think we were there for at least a month. when my dad signed for housing, we were loaned furniture until our stuff came. we had a 3 bedroom house since it was just my brother and i plus the parents. you can probably go to the army housing site to see what the housing looks like and see what they offer. i go back to visit hawaii often and are houses were tore down. not sure what they put in their place. hawaii is a beautiful place to live, but expensive so be prepared. gas is extremely high and so is rent if living off post. stay at the commissary to save money because food is very high as well since they import most of their food. South Regional Office [MAP] Serving Fort Shafter, Tripler Army Medical Center, Red Hill, and Aliamanu Military Reservation Montgomery Drive, Building 344 Fort Shafter, HI 96858 Telephone: 808-275-3800 Facsimile: 808-842-7506 SouthRegional@armyhawaiifh.com there is some contact information about housing at fort shafter. i would do a search for army housing online. you can usually get a welcome packet. good luck.
  • yes its in hawaii. The beach shouldnt be that far but there are some places you aren't allowed because the locals are kinda aggressive. I didnt have a job there so i wouldnt know:) sorry about that part but im sure if they have a job program for spouses and such they could help you.
  • I have been working as a full-time medical assistant for almost 5 years. I have been wanting to form a plan for returning to school(likely for nursing), however, I have not been a student in nearly 5 years and will probably have to repeat many general courses for pre-requisites. My biggest concern is that I was living in Kansas City, MO at the time of my graduation and worked as a medical assistant for a few years. I then moved back to my home state, Washington, and have been working as a medical assistant for almost 2 years. I am planning on moving BACK to Kansas City and wanting to go back to school and still work as a medical assistant(Fall 2014). I can assume I will be paying a good portion more for "out-of-state tuition fees" for the first year. I am looking for any advice or suggestions to return to school the cheapest, most efficient way possible. I am afraid of returning as a student and taking courses that are not needed(and paying almost double for said courses due to out-of-state tuition costs). My ultimate career goal is to become an ARNP(should become RN first) or PA(do not have to go to nursing school, but must have outstanding prerequisites, other healthcare experience..etc). When I email/contact local school advisers, they just refer me to FAQ's links/attachments. I need help forming a solid plan without wasting time. Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you.
  • It's APRN - Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. It may be wise to spend that first year establishing residency and going to a community college very part time, taking GE classes. If you work clinic hours as an MA, so roughly 8-5, you may be able to find some GE courses that are 6-8. You may be able to find weekend courses. You may be able to find online classes (keep these to a minimum). You'll be paying out of state, but you'll be working full time and then in a year, you'll be a resident again and able to go to university full time. You should also be looking at all kinds of financial aid. The government offers all kinds of assistance to nurses who are willing to repay via working in underserved areas. There are basic grants, scholarships of all sorts, and, of course, student loans. Know the graduation requirements for your school of choice, there's no reason you would take courses that aren't needed. You will need 2 years of GE and prereqs before your nursing program. Your school will tell you that you need x units from Humanities, x units from science, x units from math, etc. Use these guidelines every time you sign up for classes. Once you get into the nursing program, the classes are essentially laid out for you, so you just do what they say. As far as PA vs RN/NP, this is completely your call. If you are ok getting your BSN, working for 2-10 years to gain experience, and then returning to school, that's great. If you want to bang out all 6 years as quickly as possible, then PA might be a better option. If you can go to school year round during your undergrad years, you might even be able to shave off a year. Good Luck
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