Family and Consumer Scientists

You should follow a college preparatory program, which will include courses in English, mathematics, science, foreign language, and government. Take any classes related to family and consumer science, including child development, adult living, and health. Take art classes—art skills will help you if you're working with children, in interior design, or in furniture sales.


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