According to College of Education and Health Professions at the University of Arkansas, "The Bachelor of Science in Educational Studies (BSEd) is a customizable degree for all students within the College of Education and Health Professions. It focuses on the general theory and practice of learning and teaching. This degree, in itself, does not include licensure. Students completing this program will have the cognitive ability to apply teaching strategies to a variety of employers such as private sector businesses, non-profit organizations, community agencies and with additional training and licensure school settings."
|Academic Advisor||Elementary Teacher||Registrar/Admissions Director|
|Adult Education Teacher||Employee Trainer||Resource Teacher|
|Alumni Relations Coordinator||Financial Aid Counselor||School Psychoogist|
|Athletic Coach||Grant Writer||Secondary School Teacher|
|Athletic Director||Guidance Counselor||Social Services Volunteer|
|Career Counselor||Historic Site Administrator||Special Education Administrator|
|Child Life Specialist||Instructor, College/University||Speech Pathologist|
|Curriculum Specialist||Kindergarten Teacher||Student Admissions Administrator|
|Daycare Administrator||Librarian||Student Affairs Administrator|
|Education Material Sales||Media Center Specialist||Student Personnel Administrator|
|Education Management||Missionary Worker||Teacher|
|Educational Resource||Physical Education Instructor||Training Specialist|
|Educational Therapist||Preschool Administrator||Tutor|
|Education-Training Administrator||Primary School Teacher||Vocational Rehab Counselor|
|Ability to Teach/Train||Explaining Ideas Clearly|
|Writing & Presentation||Decision Making|
|Dealing with Parents/Guardians||Lesson Planning|
|Summarizing Ideas||Ability to Teach Different Learning Levels|
Career Jet - In one simple search, Careerjet gives job seekers access to thousands of jobs sourced from various internet sites, saving the trouble of having to visit each site individually. Job seekers can also specify the kind of work they are looking for and where they would like to do it.
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USAJobs.gov - Check out the Students and Recent Grads section and the Federal Jobs by College Major for a listing of job titles related to your major.
CIEE -Fee based program which sends students and recent graduates on teach abroad programs.
Dave's ESL Cafe - Easy-to-navigate website for current and potential English teachers abroad.
Education Canada - Canada's premier online education job board.
Go Abroad - Extensive website features job listings in several countries.
O Hayo Sensei - Teach in Japan
Teaching Jobs A worldwide directory of teaching jobs.
American Association for Employment in Education
American Counseling Association - Provides information about the ACA and the growth and development of the counseling profession.
American Educational Research Association
American Federation of Teachers
Chronicle of Higher Education - General and academia emphasis.
Council for Exceptional Children - Beneficial information on how to qualify for a job in the Special Education department.
National Educators Association - Provides information on the goals of the NEA and how they plan to transform the teaching profession and accelerate student learning.
Occupational Outlook Handbook - the following links also provide a summary of the career, what they do, the work environment, how to become one, the job outlook, similar occupations and contacts for more information.
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