Re: Potentially Unemployed
probably not. To collect UI you have to be able to work. Refusing to work because your school means you are not able to work.
My questions is #1: if they force me to resign, can i still apply of unemployment?
that's up to the UI folks but it can disqualify you. Again, you have to be ready willing and able to accept employment. Attending school is typically seen as putting you into the "not able" to accept employment or put so many limitations on it that it would hinder you obtaining employment.
#2: Because I am a full time nursing student, will I be able to get unemployment? I have done 3.5 years of schooling while working full time, and intended to maintain my job util I graduate this coming December. Are there special circumstances in which I can still qualify for unemployment, while technically, i am not available to work 24/7?
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.