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Top jobs after the military: Transitioning back to civilian life

 

The day veterans hang up their uniforms for the last time is often bittersweet. On one hand, they’re free! They no longer have people telling them what to do, where to go, or how to do their job. On the other hand, they’re newly unemployed without anyone to tell them what to do, where to go, or what job to do next. Fortunately, veterans can find several stable, high-paying careers and jobs after the military that can help them transition from the military back to civilian life. (more…)

Posted January 10, 2018 by

Jobs for teachers and beyond: Career advice for Education majors

 

With a degree in Education, you might be searching for jobs for teachers, but do you know what other opportunities are available to you? If you had majored in Education forty years ago, you would have earned the most popular degree at that time, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Today, despite a steady decline in the number of Education graduates, it is still one of the top ten most common fields of study for college students.

What are your options today as an Education major? We checked in with two people with backgrounds in the education field, who are passionate about helping college students find their calling. Kaitlyn Maloney is the Recruiting Specialist for New England Center for Children, and Dr. Robert Shindell is President and CEO of Intern Bridge, Inc. (more…)

Posted December 22, 2017 by

What employers should learn from NECC’s professional development plan for teachers

 

The New England Center for Children (NECC) invests in their employees’ education and overall professional development as a retention strategy. We spoke with Kait Maloney, Recruiting Specialist at NECC, who shared about their professional development plan for teachers, how it is important to them and how that retains their entry-level talent.

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