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Career of the Week- Daycare Instructor/Director

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Taking care of children can be one of the most rewarding experiences one can have. The early childhood years are some of the most important ones in a person's development. Having qualified individuals to take care of and instruct infants and toddlers can be essential to lifelong development.

Working at a Daycare can be a way to live out this meaningful career path. Typical work includes caring for, nurturing, and instructing children too young for the educational system. While a degree is not required, a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education Foundations can be a great place to start. This also opens up the door to managing or owning a Daycare.

For more information on this career path or what is necessary to manage/own a Daycare center, check out the links below.

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Daycare Ownership/Management

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