Hey Sydney! Good question. Trying to figure out majors/minors in college is hard- there's so many options and it feels like a lot of pressure to pick the "right" one. My best advice here: to be totally honest with you, in my experience, employers are less worried about your specific majors and minors, and more concerned with your actual skill set. So, if you are interested in Elementary Education, and you're already fluent in Spanish, make E.E. your major and Spanish your minor! Think about it this way: either direction you go, you will still be able to fluently speak Spanish. You can even pick something else entirely to minor in, like something you're completely unfamiliar with and want to learn about. Whatever you do, make sure you are passionate about it. Don't be afraid to go back to school, too! If you become a teacher in one area and then learn about a new area of teaching that interests you, it is absolutely okay to take courses or enroll in a Masters program to learn more. Hope this helps!