Choosing A Career Goal

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Passion. The sole element I believe is crucial in choosing a career path. Growing up, I always remember being asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Some people are fortunate enough to know what they would like to be from the very beginning. That is because they have the passion that will allow them to persevere and be successful in their chosen career path. I was one of those fortunate ones. Ever since I can remember, I have always wanted to be a teacher. I was that enthusiastic child with a teacher play set at the age of five. I would set up a little play classroom in the corner of my room and pester my parents and grandparents to let me teach them. When my little brother was old enough, I bribed him into my classroom as well. …show more content…
My first career goal is to obtain a Bachelor 's Degree in Secondary Education from Wayne State University and teach English and Biology to middle and high school students. I thoroughly enjoyed studying English and Biology in middle and high school, so I decided to pursue both subjects for teaching (English as my teaching major, and Biology as my teaching minor). After teaching for a few years, my second career goal is to obtain a Master 's Degree in Education Leadership and work as a school administrator. My final career goal is to obtain a Doctoral Degree in Education. Once I am well-established in my career in the education field, I would like to teach future educators at the university level. As a secondary education teacher, I will prepare students for the real world, but in addition to this, I also want to prepare future teachers to become leaders in education and empower our children to become leaders of future generations. One of the most satisfying aspects of the Education field is the plethora of opportunities it offers. The sky truly is the limit, and I don 't plan on stopping until I reach

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