Hello! I come here searching for advice... I have 10 years of military service. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Emergency Preparedness and Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. I served on my local school board for four years and fell in love with education. I enjoy mentoring, coaching, and teaching kids about life, finances, and sports. I live in Indiana and want to work towards getting my teaching license. I want to take a tremendous pay cut to be a teacher. Questions 1. My interest for teaching is history and PE. I’m a terrible test take and fear I may never pass these licensure tests. Any advice on which path to take here? 2. My goal is to become Athletic Director and /or Dean of Students. Any advice on a path to obtain these positions? 3. I have six months of my GI Bill left and want to use it wisely. I’m a bit overwhelmed with deciding which path forward, which has put me at a standstill. Which school is best? Which program is best? My degrees do not translate well to education. Indiana has career specialist, transition to teaching, etc. but it appears I may have to start from scratch to get a teaching degree. 4. As you can tell, I’m a rambler! However, my passion is helping and guiding kids. I’m really good at it and I want to follow my passion. I will pay off my house is the next four years and once it’s paid off I want to become a teacher. I guess I’m scared licensure testing and scared I’m picking the wrong career path. Help!