I just graduated college (elementary education) last May and I am now working as a TA in at an elementary school. I love my job, but my goal is to move up to being an actual teacher by the start of the next school year.A few questions: 1. Should I mention this to the teacher who I am assisting? I don't want her to think that I'm unhappy as her TA. But I would think most people would be understanding of the fact that someone who graduated with a teaching license would want to be an actual teacher, right? 2. What are some things I could do to stick out and show that I am not only a great TA, but more than capable of having my own classroom? 3. Would being a TA at a school make me more likely to get hired by that school as an actual teacher?