I have decided to apply to a M.Ed. in School Library Media Program. I love technology, computers, and I can spend hours in a bookstore. I think having a BBA and MBA will be an asset to any school (preferably secondary education). I initially wanted to teach, but the reality of having to eventually be out of work without income for a substantial amount of time completing an internship, student teaching, evaluations, etc…are not an option. A Media Specialist career will allow me to teach in a different way, and be involved in the total school environment. I am currently in a very secure, great paying job, but I ultimately want two things (1) to be around the energy of a school environment (2) have more time with my growing family during after work, during holidays, and summers. I have worked in the private and government sector, so I am familiar with both sides of the fence. Any advice, input, warnings, etc…is appreciated!