I'm new here
I've been looking all over for advice and came across TSR and wondered if anyone can help?
I'm currently in my last year studying a foundation degree in early years, after my last year im considering doing an extra year ontop to gain a full BA Hons degree. However i have no idea what the hell i can do with this degree!!
Im fed up of hearing i can be a teacher, or manage a nursery. I've spoken to my tutor, my mentor, called local places for advice and no-one can seem to help me.
I'd like to work with special needs.
My 2 questions are: Is there a job at hospital working with special needs children in some way? and what can i actually do once i've gained this degree?
If anyone has any advice or help i'd be so grateful!
Many many thanks in advance.
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- Thread Starter
- 30-07-2009 20:10
- 08-08-2009 14:08
there is many things you can do with your degree, employers are looking that you can assimilate information really and stick with something. My degree is a BSc (Hons) Equine Breeding and Stud Management and I intent to apply for the NHS Grad scheme! If you really want to work with special needs children, write to local place and ring/call in to see how they got the jobs. You don't have to be a teacher but you never know how you may feel in a few years time. I think you may need on the job training for the type of work you are looking for - maybe ring up or arrange a visit to special nneds schools in your area?
sorry i'm not much help
- 07-04-2010 23:55
Hows about trying GOSH or some other paediatrics hospital? They are always in need of help, or so I believe...