When I was in high school I did post-secondary college work and I also took a class called "Teacher Tech Prep" where you picked a grade in which you'd be a teacher aid and what subject. I chose Early Childhood Education and a kindergarten teacher. As I was there I absolutely loved working with the younger students, but I don't want to settle on this just yet for a major. I think there may be something else out there that may interest me, but I'm not quite sure about it. If you could help me by g
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Mario Antonio Martinez
One of the biggest things you can do while in high school or college is volunteer your time. I recommend that as a way to "try on" other options without a huge commitment. If you feel you're pulled towards EC or kindergarten teacher then volunteer your time at a school close to you to see if you like it over the long haul. Also consider volunteering at another site doing something related to your other potential interests. Another option would be to consider summer internships. Whatever you chose, remember that you can usually volunteer for as much or as little time as you want, with varying amounts of commitments, which is key. I hope this helps!