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Adult and Graduate Education at Roberts Wesleyan College

Explore the world. Become a Teacher. [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Michael Blankenship on Nov 20, 2014 2:55:12 PM

Window of Opportunity to a Rewarding Career (or working retirement)

Teaching can be one of the most rewarding (and challenging) vocations. Earning your NYS teacher certification can be your window of opportunity to the world:

  • Take your teacher certification anywhere - Earning your teacher certification in New York allows you to meet most standards in other states, meaning you can become a teacher almost anywhere in the U.S. or abroad!
  • Start a new career - Share your knowledge and experience with eager young minds. You can prepare to earn NYS teacher certification in 16-24 months, with the potential to specialize in a content area!
  • Enjoy a rewarding retirement - If you are looking to remain active in your retirement, the best places in the U.S. to find a teaching job also happen to be the top retirement destinations (according to Forbes' list of "Best Places for a Working Retirement")
  • Learn while you work - At Roberts Wesleyan College, classes are offered in the evenings or online to fit the schedule of working professionals, like yourself.
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Topics: online education, back to college, teacher education, nys certification, teacher certification

How to Make Full-time College Fit Into a Full-time Schedule

Posted by Jason Hammel on Nov 9, 2011 9:57:00 AM

DC_Family_2In today’s society, it can seem almost impossible for a person with adult responsibilities to return to school full-time. That person may struggle with the question of how to make full-time college fit into a full-time schedule. Whether it be preparing dinner for your children after they return home from school or meeting deadlines on the job, these, among others, are valid concerns for anyone pondering the notion of returning to school. However, attending college full-time is achievable with proper planning and preparation.

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Topics: adult education, time-shortened education, online education, learning as an adult, military education