im 18, can i work at my little brothers elementary school without a college education?
i really need a job and its really hard to find one right now. but can i work at an elementary school without a college education? (other than being a janitor or lunch lady lol) like being a teachers aide or after school help that pays *im in florida by the way*
Asked By: - - 8/26/2008
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yes, there are jobs in the office, or teacher's aids. They don't make much. Look up your brother's school district- they may have job postings and applications on there.
Answered By: c'estmoi - 8/26/2008
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Contact your Department of Education and find out the requirements. If you can't do that yourself, you shouldn't be working in a school. Keep in mind that most schools have probably (hopefully) filled their vacancies already as school as started in most areas.
Answered By: Kira - 8/26/2008
Just set up a meeting with the principal and tell him that you just want to work and you will do anything that he needs. Volunteering helps to get your foot in the door and if you do a good job then they may hire you when they have an opening.
Answered By: iko - 8/26/2008
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