So here's a bit of a background about a bit of myself: I'm 22 and since I've started college at the age of 19, Ive bounced around from major to major, finding my true passion in life. Ive gone from psychology, music, radiographic technology, back to music and now, mechanic engineering. I fell in live with math and science, the very two subjects I've hated. I love it now. In spirit of my love of science and math, I decided to pick up a trade. So I settled on aircraft engineering (basically maintenance). Before I got this job, I started college to pursue mechanic engineering. I was doing eel and picking up temp jobs until I landed in JFK as an aircraft engineering apprentice (i.e. an aircraft mechanic). I work 40 hours a week and hours that are pretty stable. It's a pretty sweet gig: I'm learning so much about aircraft, I get to fly for free, I work with engineers who know a whole lot about various kinds of aircraft. My question, of course, is: Is it possible to study mechanical engineering part-time and work full-time? I need input because this is a question I have been asking myself since I've started working. I live in NY, by the way. Thank you.