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  • Sarah Evers Conrad

Finding Your Career Path

Updated: Oct 15, 2018



Members of the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) have an abundance of career options, including riding instructor at a public facility, owner of one's own facility, a camp instructor, an instructor associated with organizations such as the Girl Scouts, instructor of riders with disabilities, teaching at the college/university level, being a trail or overnight guide, etc.


Managing one's career can m making some big decisions over time. Those decisions can mean the difference between a carefully crafted career or one that can take you down a variety of side trails before you end up on the path that is best suited for you. Everyone is different, and there is no one right career pathway, especially in an industry as vibrant and diverse as the horse industry


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Originally published in the 2018 The Instructor magazine, the official magazine of the Certified Horsemanship Association.





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