You can do a lot of different things. Find something that interests you but I'd avoid something that has to do with the handling of money or anything law enforcement related.
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You can go to school for whatever you want. If your intended career would involve state licensing, you would need to contact that licensing board to make sure your conviction wasn't an absolute bar to obtaining the license.
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