Hello to all. I am a first year pre-med student who will be at home for the summer in a few weeks. I have the opprotunity to take a waitering position that would be 5 days a week in the evenings. It pays very well with tips, and I could use to have a job that pays well as I live on my own and don’t have a family to support me financially. If I took this job, I would be able to volunteer and shadow in the mornings and afternoons. However, I also have the opportunity to take a CNA class and become a CNA. It would pay about half as much as the waitering job, but it would provide me with some great experience. I would most likely not have time to volunteer and shadow if I took this job, but being a CNA would look good on any applications I may have in the future. What are y’all’s thoughts and opinions on whether I should take the waitering job and the increased pay or the CNA job and the increased experience? Your thoughts and comments are appreciated. Thanks!