At Grand Canyon University we aspire to prepare our students for the job market
Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) May 23, 2010
Four students who earned teaching degrees from Grand Canyon University have recently secured teaching positions despite tough economic times. Two students recently secured elementary teaching jobs while two other students secured secondary teaching positions in December.
The Grand Canyon University College of Education has maintained a strong reputation as a quality Teacher’s College by providing students with the skills and experience necessary to secure jobs upon earning their teaching degrees. The College of Education equips students to perform ethically within the context of their jobs, and to create a framework of high standards within their organizations.
“At Grand Canyon University we aspire to prepare our students for the job market,” said Cindy Knott, Dean of College of Education at Grand Canyon University. “The fact that our students are still securing jobs, despite tough economic times, is evidence that our university has been successful at achieving this goal.”
Grand Canyon University’s College of Education’s courses provide opportunities to engage in real world experiences, applying learning concepts throughout the program. Grand Canyon University’s teaching degrees also provide students the experience to get hired quickly; their ground traditional students have a 99% placement rate.
About Grand Canyon University’s College of Education
Grand Canyon University is Arizona's private university. Since 1949, Grand Canyon University College of Education has maintained a strong reputation as a quality Teacher’s College. You can choose from a large variety of educational programs, including TESOL, elementary, secondary, special education and educational administration. Join thousands of other students enrolled in GCU’s cutting edge programs, built to meet the diverse needs of today’s classrooms.
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