You're off to a great start! It all starts with figuring out what makes you happy, and the rest will truly fall into place. All you have to do is continue to follow your heart and follow what makes you feel good.
And the good news is, you don't have to pick just one! If you like teaching people and also helping animals, you could find a way to do them both! Maybe you start by volunteering at animal shelters and you become someone who teaches others how to care for the animals. Maybe you work with therapy animals and then help disabled persons adopt and learn to live life with a therapy animal.
When you know that teaching people and helping animals both interest you, make it a point to try different jobs or volunteer work that explores both of those things, and see what comes your way. You'll find that all you have to do, is start. Once you get started, you'll quickly begin to learn what you do like, what you don't like, and what you want to learn more about. From there, your path is endless! Follow your heart, truly.
Wishing you the best and hope that helps!
It's awesome that you know some of the things you'd like to do! I would recommend getting hands on experience in what interests you. For example, if you like teaching people, maybe you can mentor younger students at your school or try out being a camp counselor. I would also agree with the other answer about volunteering at an animal shelter or at a vet's office. You could even shadow the technicians and doctors at the vet's office. Dog walking or pet sitting could combine both your passions while you're in school too.
That is amazing that you like to teach people and also want to help animals. I think that you have to think about what do you see yourself doing in a day in and day out in about 10 years from now. It is possible that you can pursuit a teaching major and in the weekends you volunteer in a shelter and help animals or that you pursuit a Veterinarian career and volunteer teaching during your time off, either way you can do both. However, when you think about which route to go, pick that one you feel very passionate about.
I hope this helped!
Good luck to you!
Search up your question in Google and so many surveys come up to help you narrow it down. Cross-reference your answers, and then, you should try to gain some experience to see what you like through volunteering, internships, or shadow-work. Good luck!
You can study something of social studies, there some career in that field that let you know to develop project to help people or animals , and can techa you how you can build those project and to study the causes that some social environments could have, or maybe you can study vet if you are very interested in animals and matters like biology.
I would suggest you continue to think through and refine what interests you personally and professionally. As you gain more exposure to different areas, you may find specializations or areas that really hits a sweet spot with you. Continue to refine and learn more about the fields you pursue, be conscious of roles that tie to your personality. If you like to teach and help people, what aspects of that appeal to your personality? Do you find satisfaction in helping people understand things or do you enjoy the aspects of learning new concepts to pass onto others? Is it the aspects of public speaking and communications?
Blending these things together can helps shape your career path. As you gain more exposure to different areas, you'll be able to take them into account against your interests and your skillsset. These can be used to adjust your career path as you evolve.