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Veronikha Salazar

First, you should enjoy children and have a strong desire and lots of patience in order to help them learn and succeed.
according to Childaction.org these are the following careers you could be looking at:
• Child Care Administrator/Director
• Children’s Museum Project Coordinator
• Coach
• Nanny
• Playground Aide
• Preschool Teacher
• Elementary School Teacher
• Family Child Care Home Owner
• Home Visitor
• Family Services Worker
• Disabilities Specialist
• Nutritionist
• Human Resources Specialist
• Social Services Coordinator
• Parent Educator
• Resource and Referral Specialist
• Community Care Licensing Analyst

Here is the link where you can read more about this field: http://www.childaction.org/providers/booklets/docs/ece%20handout-brochure12-10web.pdf

Answered 3 years ago

Veronikha Salazar

Gary Marx

From what I know, an early childhood education major allows you to teach pre-school and grades K-2. And one could also eventually coordinate educational programs at these grade levels.

Answered 4 years ago

Gary Marx