Thanks everyone for answering this post.
It took me a while to do research and come up a schedule that would fit me.
My current plan for learning bioinformatics is to follow Coursera's genomics specialization https://www.coursera.org/specializations/genomics
I believe that learning at least the basic command line tools and programming language like python (it has commonly used bioinformatics packages) can help me get up to speed most easily. It will also enable me to apply whatever I learned in molecular genetics quickly to programming.
And having the ability to code and using tools makes it easier to find a lab position as @efjir mentioned.
I will be completing "Python for Genomic Data Science", "Command Line Tools for Genomic Data Science", and "Algorithms for DNA Sequencing" over the next 4 months. Hopefully by then I have a general understanding of what bioinformatics would be like.
A big Thank You for everyone who helped me here, this forum is really awesome :D