I went to school for HR, and while I was in school, I began substitute teaching because I had enough credits for my state. When I finished my bachelor's, I began teaching with my school due to my previous experience.
I had never intended to teach, but it kind of fell into my lap, and it turns out I LOVE it! So...I went back for a second bachelors in education, and now teach middle and high school special ed as well as teaching at a college level for my school.
I'm currently in an MBA-Finance program which, well, is kind of for personal interest and a possible family business, but will also allow me to expand the classes I can teach.
So I guess my answer is yes and no! Lol!
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I have a BS in Physical Education with a concentration in Athletic Training (sports medicine).... I am currently working at a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC/L) at the high school level. Going back for my masters to become teacher certified in a year or so.... then I'll teach either Phys Ed (wellness) or Health as well. ;o)
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