Teaching Career

Submitted By orlinsr
Words: 396
Pages: 2

November 17, 2013

Teaching career Many citizens across the country are employed and do jobs they do not enjoy on and hate doing on a daily basis. Many say it’s for the need and have no choice? Or maybe the lack of job opportunities is another cause of people with unhappy jobs. All this comes from people probably not having a degree in any field of study, which lead to not having many options for work. A common job in our society teaches us all about everything and being an instructor has been a childhood dream for me. Since I can remember being a teacher has always been something I have wanted to do. Helping other and teaching and passing my knowledge to help other progress in life in something I would love to do. Being a soccer coach and teaching my skills and knowledge of the game to kids is something I wouldn’t mind doing the rest of my life and being a high school teacher and soccer coach can be put together in one job doing the both things I would love. There are many obstacles to get there and many sacrifices I have to do to get where I want to be in life. First one is getting a bachelor’s degree in history the subject I want to major in. Many nights of studying giving up on going to many parties will led me to the degree. After I get my education applying for jobs and taking small courses for the state and getting my teaching license. Coaching I will have to gain experience by starting out as an assistant coach then moving up to a