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Rasema in Clearwater, Florida

40 months ago

I am looking for a job that deals with children. I sought child care, kindergarten, etc...

I only have a high school diploma and am enrolled into college. Can I qualify for any of these jobs named. I would like to work in institution with children. However, I also would like to know if possible what kind of an environment do you work in;do you only work with children?

Thanks

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Elizabeth in North Chicago, Illinois

40 months ago

At best, you'll be able to find something in early childcare on the daycare/childcare/preschool side of it as an assistant teacher or teacher since the requirements aren't very high.

In order to be teacher qualified in the daycare/childcare/preschool sector, you usually need to have, at minimum, 60 credit hours (an Associate degree) with at least 6 hours in early childhood education and/or child development. If you don't have that, they may also hire you if you have a CDA. (Go to www.cdacouncil.org/cda.htm to learn more.) In order to be eligible for a CDA, you need to be 18, hold a high school diploma or GED, have 480 hours of experience working with children within the past 5 years, and have 120 clock hours of formal child care education within the past 5 years.

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40 months ago

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Norgi in Ozimek, Poland

7 months ago

my.kindergarten.co.uk - I really advice to you to read about this.

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Tegers in Katowice, Poland

6 months ago

It is quite interesting to be honest. Some of the services offered by them, are good.

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Norgi in Chorzów, Poland

6 months ago

It is. Especially the recrutaion system. It saves a lot of troubles in our kindergarten.

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Kahs in Czestochowa, Poland

5 months ago

Indeed. I used this recrutation system and it is a good program, to be honest.

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Sergand in Polska, Poland

5 months ago

Yes. I also used these services and I personaly think that they are very good.

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