You can find a job as a teaching assistant at a university as long as you have at least one undergraduate degree and a high school diploma, Axios reported.
But you can get that teaching degree by doing a fulltime teaching or research-related job, including internships.
That means you’ll be required to take a college-level math course and be supervised by a professor.
If you don’t get a degree, you can still earn an associate’s degree from a college or university, but you won’t get credit for that experience.
It also means you can work for universities as an adjunct or teaching assistant.
A part-time adjunct, like me, will likely get less experience than a full time employee, but if you’re doing a part-timing job, you’re better off getting a degree from an accredited university.
The biggest thing to consider is that many university programs require you to have a teaching or professional experience prior to taking a job with them.
You may be asked to take on more work than you’re used to or work on projects outside of your normal teaching responsibilities, which can make you nervous.
If you’re unsure of what you need to get an education and have never considered this before, you should think carefully before enrolling in a degree program.
The fact that you can do the teaching and research work without a degree is a good indicator that you’re more than capable.