Employers

Welcome

Thank for your interest in working with the Career and Student Development office in the College of Education. Our office looks forward to working with you to satisfy for your employment needs. Our students are problem solvers, innovators, and creative thinkers. Our students know they can make a difference in the real world and they are eager to do so.

 

Why Recruit at the College of Education?

The College of Education has six student organizations centered around service learning and career preparation. Our students are able to connect with a group of like-minded educators as well as expand their horizons by joining one of more than 300 student organizations at Temple.

Honors Organizations

Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education provides a dynamic and inclusive community that prepares high-achieving students for the world ahead. The award-winning Alpha Alpha Nu chapter provides professional development opportunities to more than 300 students members.

Leadership Organizations

The Student Ambassador Program is a diverse group of high-achieving students who embody the ideals of Temple University and are committees to empowering children and communities through education. Student ambassadors share their experiences to provide a firsthand view of what it is like to be a Temple Owl to newer classmates to help them prepare for the future.

Faculty and Alumni

Our faculty provide the foundation of research and knowledge our students and supervisors in the field require to address the needs of children and schools today. Their insight and the new information they generate inform decision-making at the highest levels and provide educators and school personnel with the tools they need to strengthen educational practice. As lifelong members of the College of Education’s community, our alumni continue to channel their commitment to enriching the lives of others – and we encourage our recent graduates to join them.

Dedication to Practice

All programs in the college emphasize clinical experience and practice as a primary means of learning about the profession and acquiring necessary skills and competencies. Our programs continue to pursue our philosophy of community engagement by serving our surrounding neighborhoods, the city of Philadelphia, and schools and school districts across the region and the nation.

 

 

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