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teaching as a second career interviewFrom Cop to Teacher: Managing an Uninspired Classroom

Geoffrey Wingard never dreamed that his career as a municipal/county police officer would someday help him in his career as a high school teacher. But the situations he experienced while on his beat and dealing with dysfunctional families have prepared him to use those law enforcement experiences as a way to better relate to his students, helping them beat the obstacles that often stand in the way of their success....Read more.

reasons to become a teacherWhy Should You Become a Teacher?

Did you know that you can pursue a career as a teacher even though you have a bachelor’s degree in a different subject? By earning a master’s degree in teaching, earning a teaching license, and perhaps rounding out your current knowledge with a few courses, you might be able to jump start your career as a teacher! And, best of all, you can potentially teach what you know and love.Teachers who earn a bachelor’s degree in a subject other than teaching often bring specialized knowledge and wisdom into the classroom. That could be you....Read more.

become a teacher at any ageIt's Never Too Late to Pursue Potential Career Opportunities in Teaching!

Did you know that you can pursue a career as a teacher even though you have a bachelor’s degree in a different subject? By earning a master’s degree in teaching, earning a teaching license, and perhaps rounding out your current knowledge with a few courses, you might be able to jump start your career as a teacher! And, best of all, you can potentially teach what you know and love.Teachers who earn a bachelor’s degree in a subject other than teaching often bring specialized knowledge and wisdom into the classroom. That could be you....Read more.

transitioning to a teaching careerWhat You Learn When You Teach

Teaching wasn't always Lenore Hirsch's dream job. But when she was tasked with creating training materials for her corporate job, she realized how much she loved seeing others absorb and learn her lessons. This unexpected discovery inspired a decades-spanning career in education. Though Hirsch is technically retired after serving 31 years as a teacher and administrator, she remains active and interested in her field– further proof that finding a career you love can have lifelong benefits and keep you engaged and inspired....Read more.

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