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    You could substitute teach, run a before/afterschool care program, work for a textbook company traveling school to school advertising their materials, tutor, possibly work in a private school (depending upon their hiring criteria), work in a museum giving tours to school groups, become the youth director of a boys/girls club, teach/volunteer in religious education or outdoor education, possibly work for state ed writing curriculum, etc. I'm sure others can help with brainstorming this list. There was once a similar post from someone wanting to know what else they could do with their degree other than classroom teaching, but you may have to search these archives to find it. I am sure you are studying quite diligently for the test, and I am sure it is difficult. I have a feeling it is significantly more challenging than the certification tests we took years ago, so good luck. Perhaps your local college or a testing service offers a prep class and practice tests that you could take during the early summer months to give you a bit more practice. Hang in there, you will pass the test and work with children if you maintain a positive attitude.

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