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Teaching and Instruction

Teaching and Instruction is all about facilitation and learning. If you are interested in educating others and furthering their growth and development, this may be an area you are interested in exploring. You might enjoy group dynamics and helping others grasp an understanding of complex ideas.

Explore Career Paths and Possibilities:

Below is a sample list of entry points for students interested in working in Teaching and Instruction. Some positions require a teaching license, particularly for those interested in working in public K-12 schools. Gaining experience with the population you are interested in is important (e.g. youth vs. adults) as well as positions that include direct instruction. Students working towards their teaching license will complete student teaching during their final quarter; however, there are many part time positions and internship opportunities to gain additional experience.

Internships:

  • Education Intern
  • Youth Development Intern
  • Program Specialist/Program Coordinator
  • Literacy Intern
  • Learning Development Intern¬†

Post-Grad Entry Points:

  • Early Childhood Teacher
  • Career and Technical Teacher
  • K-12 Teacher
  • Museum Educator
  • Training and Development Specialist
  • Instructional Assistant
  • Tutor
  • Health Educator
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Instructional Coordinator

Trends:

Some industries change more quickly than others, it is important to stay informed on the latest trends in your interest areas to be sure you are best preparing yourself for internships and full time roles post-graduation. Below are a few resources to help you stay up to date regarding Teaching and Instruction:

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