Careers & Alumni

After graduating, our education majors have skills that are in high demand in the classroom, the workplace, and their communities.

You can convey information clearly, present and speak in public, ask probing questions, and engage learners in a meaningful, equitable way. Your Education degree will help you develop the knowledge and skills that are critical for your next step in life and transferable to any number of careers.  

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Related Job Titles

The following list is not meant to be all-inclusive; many other job alternatives and titles may exist. Many of the job titles listed require further education.

  • Elementary Teacher
  • Adolescent Activity Specialist
  • After School Program Leader
  • Child Abuse Prevention Worker
  • Child Advocate
  • Child Care Consultant
  • Children's Music Specialist
  • Curriculum Specialist
  • Director of Child/Family Services
  • Family or Child Advocate
  • Family Resource Specialist
  • Home Health Aid
  • Infant/Toddler Intervention Workers
  • Licensing Representative
  • Nanny
  • Parent Educator
  • Peace Corps /Americorps Volunteer
  • Preschool Teacher or Director
  • Public Policy Analyst
  • Recreation Leader
  • Researcher
  • Resources and Referral Provider
  • Social Services Provider
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Teachers Aid
  • Youth Counselor
  • Youth Services Coordinator


Marketable Skills

Creating Curriculums

  • Training and encouraging students
  • Client professionalism
  • Designing and implementing curriculum

Group and Teamwork

  • Interviewing and counseling students
  • Contributing Ideas
  • Cooperative communication

Effective Communication

  • Reading and summarizing
  • Speaking to groups
  • Working in a team structure

Analyzing Quantitative Data

  • Planning appropriate activities
  • Assessing individual needs
  • Classroom management