you might try asking the school if they have a position in that degree then show them what u can do Zach Dreicer: Division Director for Tech Savvy Podcasts Networks at Paez Production Networks Phone: +1 505 672 8601 Skype: chickerland google talk ID/Facebook: chickerland@xxxxxxxxx My Telespace: +1 575 802 8600 ext. 8495 Are you a blind student in any level of education? If so, please join me on the blind-education list! To join: point your browser to: Http://freelists.org/list/blind-education are you interested in electronics? Then send a message to electronicsfortheblind-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with subscribe in the subject. NOTICE this message may contain confidential and/or classified information. Such information is only revealed to the person to whom this communication is directed. If you have received this message in error, please contact the sender and destroy all copies of this message. From: david ingram Sent: Thursday, June 17, 2010 7:48 AM To: blind-education@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [blind-education] Is there a way that i can put my experience as a musician to work for me when it comes to teaching? Hi list members, i'd like to know how can i put my being a musician to work for me when it comes to teaching? I plan to go back to school to complete my music education degree. How can i use my many years as a musician as something that can be used in giving me the experience of teaching even though i don't have the certification as of yet? I would appreciate any information that any one might have. Thank you.