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I'm attending Job Corps to become a CNA and then an LPN, but my dream job is a voice actor, is there a reasonable way to pursue both at the same time without burning out?

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Hi there! I'm an RN, but what many people don't know is that I'm also an entrepreneur. I own a custom apparel shop where we serve small businesses, schools, and individuals with a variety of gear and print work. I created this business because besides nursing, my passion is creating and designing.

Becoming a CNA typically takes 2-3 months, while becoming an LPN can be 1-2 years. Getting your CNA certification is much easier than becoming an LPN, although the trade off is that your pay will be lower. With both jobs you can work with an agency and take on cases for home health visits - that means you make your own schedule. You can also work set hours at a hospital or clinic. If you schedule right, both can give you freedom to pursue your voice acting career.

I do want to point out LPN school is no walk in the park - it takes discipline and dedication. The trade off is better pay than a CNA. I mention this because pursuing your voice acting career while in LPN school may not be feasible, but once out of school it can definitely happen.

Good luck in your future endeavors!
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