just spent my night starting a peace corps application, and researching jobs that could help me combine my interests of education and wildlife. although i switched my major from zoology to early childhood ed., i’m not ready to put my passion for animals on the side burner…..looking at masters programs in nonprofit leadership and who knows what else…..not really sure where i should go from here, and kind of feel like i screwed myself by being indecisive and passionate about so many unrelated things.
i’m gonna graduate with a bachelors in early childhood ed., with a self-designed concentration in religion, psychology, and wildlife and fisheries biology, as well as a minor in zoology….
the only thing i really find myself overwhelmingly passionate about is fighting for human or animal rights, ha. but how do i get involved in that sort of career?? i like to teach, but i feel like i wanna be discussing real issues….educating kids about wildlife/habitat destruction (and what could be done), or something of the like would be a dream. i want them to be passionate and respectful towards the world they live in….i think that’s one of the things that inspired me to get involved with teaching to begin with.
feeling stressed about my future and the limited time i have left ‘til i graduate and have to really start figuring my shit out…..but what else is new?