There is a broad range of careers that you can pursue with a background in education, many of which you may never have thought of. You can use your teaching skills for career opportunities in higher education, childcare administration, publishing, information science, journalism, sales, marketing, human resources and much more. From the One Million Acts of Good Campaign, which helped to inspire one million acts of good in the world in partnership with Cheerios and The Ellen Show, or the #BringBackTheBees campaign where we distributed highly pollinated flowers to students on campus to educate them on the reasons bees are so important to our food chain – Chartwells is a huge community player and I’m thankful to work with a company that truly CARES about its people, it’s resources, and the communities we serve.
The alert adjunct instructor trying to improve his or her current economic position should visit the application page of each and every community college, university, college and for-profit school and submit the relevant information for consideration.
It is believed by researchers that one of the reasons why women were turned down for admittance at more prestigious schools was because administrators believed that most female scholars would eventually get pregnant and end up not finishing their degrees, thus wasting a great deal of time and money.
Even if the value attached to a university degree is beneficial to those who obtain it, companies can help change the narrative by putting less weight on higher educationâ€ as a measure of intellectual competence and job potential, and instead, approach hiring with more open-mindedness.
Simply put, for-profit post-secondary institutions are at the forefront of college education in that they have already implemented a digital response to the growing need for training and education, and as a result of their efforts they are capturing a great deal of the emerging student body that can’t be physically accommodated by traditional colleges.