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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am an upcoming college sophomore who is planning on double-majoring in math and physics. Currently, I have taken Calculus I, and have independently studied Calculus II and III, as well as some linear algebra. I seem to pick up math very easily, and break things down, learn the material inside out, and as a result I can relay information on a level most people can grasp. That, combined with fricken loving math has me wanting to find ways to make money off of it while attending school.

I come from an area where the education system is lacking. I also graduated from a private school where degrees aren't required to teach. Once I get my minor in math (or maybe even before) would it be possible for me to get a teaching certificate (or something) that will enable me to teach summer school possibly at one of the private schools in my area?

I figure that this would look good for grad school as well.

If this isn't feasible, would I have any other options?

Thanks

I come from an area where the education system is lacking. I also graduated from a private school where degrees aren't required to teach. Once I get my minor in math (or maybe even before) would it be possible for me to get a teaching certificate (or something) that will enable me to teach summer school possibly at one of the private schools in my area?

I figure that this would look good for grad school as well.

If this isn't feasible, would I have any other options?

Thanks