Your advisor is available to help you meet your career objectives.
Contact your advisor during your first semester, any time you have a question about your course sequence, or whenever you have questions about your career goals. Please let your advisor know whether you take your courses totally online, on campus, or both.
Adult Education Program Coordinator
Andrea Nikischer, Ph.D. | firstname.lastname@example.org
Many opportunities exist for students to get involved in activities, organizations, research, and experiences outside of the classroom. Visit Beyond the Classroom for links to clubs and programs available throughout the campus as well as in local, national, and international communities.
Led by SPFE lecturer, Nyandusi A. Nyachae ("Dus"), The Sucesss Zone is designed to inspire, equip and empower students personally and professionally so that they can be confident about themselves, their authentic purpose and their abilities to excel in college and beyond.
Examples of the kinds of internship activities in which Adult Education students may engage:
The need for formally trained adult educators has expanded greatly in recent years. Career options are broad: community colleges employ educators to prepare students for hospitality, medical, and culinary careers; community agencies hire teachers to conduct literacy, personnel development, and workforce preparation programs; communities utilize adult educators to education for and about social justice; and businesses employ human resource development professionals to train new and experienced workers.
Adult Education graduates are teachers in various arenas, including corporations, community groups, social service agencies, sales and marketing firms, professional associations, continuing education, law enforcement, grassroots community organizations, community colleges, government, and the military. Visit the ADE Alumni page to read stories about our amazing alums!
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