BACHELOR OF ARTS with Education

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The skills and experience you develop during your education degree prepare you for a range of careers working with children and young people
Consider the following areas and job possibilities based on  resource for Education Studies careers 
career outlook for Education Studies majors.
Children, Family and Community Outreach
  • GED Instruction
  • Adult Education
  • Job/Skills training
  • Literacy programs
  • English as Second Language services
  • Senior services
Youth Development
  • Youth leadership and enrichment programs
  • Juvenile delinquency prevention programs
  • Tutoring programs
  • Boys and Girls clubs
  • YMCA
Nonprofit/Social Service Organizations
  • Homeless/transitional shelters
  • Suicide prevention programs
  • Refugees
  • At-risk programs
  • Peace Corps
  • AmeriCorps/City Year
  • Teach for America
Early Childhood Education (Non-certification)
  • Preschool/day care provider
  • Private pre school
  • Headstart
  • Tutoring
  • In home health provider
Higher Ed/Student Affairs
  • Academic Advisor
  • Career Counselor
  • Recruiter
  • College/university admissions staff
  • Start own daycare
  • Start own tutoring services
  • Develop charter school, online school, and more
Social and Educational Policy
  • Lobbyist
  • Research analyst/associate
  • Government agencies
  • Special Assistant (D.C.)
  • Community Outreach Coordinator
  • Educational assessment
  • Think tanks
Corporate Careers
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing/sales
  • Customer service
  • Public relations
  • Management
Education Law
  • Juvenile Justice Advocate
  • Social Work
  • Family and Child Protective Services
  • Disabled Person’s Advocacy
  • Social Justice Advocacy
Development of Educational Programs
  • Education publishers
  • Developer
  • Instructional designer
  • Corporate Training Executive
  • Camp and Wilderness Program Development
  • Program Development for NGO’s, Prisons, Geriatric Homes, and Children’s Organizations
  • Museum Programs and Exhibitions
  • Science centers
  • Tutoring centers
Classroom Teaching (Alternative to Traditional Licensure)
  • Charter Schools
  • Peace Corp
  • School Administration
  • International Teaching
  • School Board Member
  • Day Care Administration
As you can see, there are incredible opportunities in our country and around the world for someone with knowledge and skills in education. If you are a people person or introvert, data-minded and research-driven, geared to work with individuals, or passionate about institution policy and societal issues, the Education Studies degree can lead to jobs that fit each personality and passion.

Typical employers

If you're working in a state-maintained school, your employer will often be your local authority. However, you may be employed directly by the school; if for example, you work for an academy, free school or independent school. You'll also be employed directly by the institution if you work for a college. Discover how to get a teaching job.
Other employers include:
  • central government departments
  • community and voluntary organisations
  • museums
  • the police and probation services
  • social services
  • universities.
There are opportunities with both public and private sector employers in a range of careers such as HR, market and policy research, retail management, publishing, education psychology and careers guidance. Find out more about jobs in education.
Find information on employers in teacher training and educationcharity and voluntary work and other job sectors.

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