Hello everyone. I have a quick question, not really about any career field but about a specific issue in job interviews. I received my bachelor’s degree in biology in 2013, but plan to go back to school in the fall to study clinical lab science, with the goal of working in a hospital lab. Right now, I’m working part-time and taking 2 classes - one prerequisite for the CLS program and one bio lab that I took to review lab techniques. Although my part-time job is at a lab, I don’t have a lot of responsibility there, and also don’t really enjoy some of the working conditions. Recently I looked at my school’s career website, and saw a posting for an interesting lab position that’s close by. The job requirements include many of the techniques that I did in my lab this semester. It looks very interesting and is full-time, which I would be able to do soon as my classes are over next week. My problem is that I am starting the CLS program in the fall and won’t be able to work then. Should I submit a resume? If I do, and do get an interview there, should I mention that I would be leaving in the fall, or not mention it? I was thinking that mentioning it would hurt my chances of getting the position. I would probably be able to increase my hours at my current job once school is over and take on more responsibility. However, I was thinking I might like a fresh start if I could, since I don’t enjoy some of the working conditions, and also this job isn’t as related to CLS as the other job. Thanks for any input.