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What do I need to learn in college for a childcare worker?

I'm 14 years old. #student

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Racheal’s Answer

Hello,
To work with children, you can gi into sociology, psychology. Early childhood education or Family studies. These areas off course that focus on children, human development as well as family and the environment. All these factors are important in order to work with children because you'll need to know who to respond to a child in need and assist them through their changes as they grow.
You can also gain experience through volunteering with children as well, to get more hands on experience.
Hope this helps!
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Racheal’s Answer

Hello,
To work with children, you can gi into sociology, psychology. Early childhood education or Family studies. These areas off course that focus on children, human development as well as family and the environment. All these factors are important in order to work with children because you'll need to know who to respond to a child in need and assist them through their changes as they grow.
You can also gain experience through volunteering with children as well, to get more hands on experience.
Hope this helps!
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Sirlei’s Answer

Hi Voc E.,

A degree in early childhood education would be my recommendation. Per my findings, you'd have courses focused on critical things such as child development, nutrition, and child psychology.

Here are some other degrees you can look into:
https://bestaccreditedcolleges.org/articles/child-care-degree.html

I hope this helps!

Best of luck.
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