I'm a freshman in college, and I've been killing myself lately trying to figure out what I should do. I'm a music major right now, and I'm definitely got natural talent for it, and I find music theory interesting... but not something I WANT to do everyday, ya know? The only thing I really WANT to do right now is build my guitar... I can't tell you how much I've thought of just going to the Roberto-Venn school of luthiery... but I was thinking of alternatives, and the idea of being a shop/carpentry teacher came up. I'm not sure that my school (University at Buffalo, NY) has a program in it... but here's my real question: Any of you who might be shop/carpentry teachers (any level, middle school, highschool, college), how exactly did you get to be where you are today? I'm sure many people do it without getting a degree exactly in technology education. Any responses are greatly appreciated!!!