All Majors & Minors


Graduates of our teaching certification programs are not only competitive in job markets locally and in other states; they distinguish themselves as mentor teachers, curriculum developers, coaches, administrators, and leaders in other capacities.

Teaching Positions

The following is a sampling of the schools and districts in which our graduates have obtained positions since 2010.

Public Schools, Southeast Pennsylvania

  • Perkiomen Valley School District
  • Spring-Ford School District
  • Lower Merion School District
  • Methacton School District
  • Radnor Township School District
  • Downingtown Area School District
  • Pottsgrove School District
  • Wilson School District
  • Pennridge School District
  • Upper Darby High School
  • Hanover Public School District
  • Centennial School District — Log College Middle School
  • Penn-Delco School District
  • West Chester Area School District
  • Wallingford-Swarthmore School District
  • Tredyffrin/Easttown School District — Conestoga High School

Public Schools, Other States

  • Washington Township Public School District (New Jersey)
  • Black Horse Pike Regional School District (New Jersey)
  • Bound Brook School District (New Jersey)
  • Freehold Regional High School District (New Jersey)
  • Appoquinimink School District (Delaware)
  • Queen Anne’s County High School (Maryland)
  • Hopedale Public Schools (Massachusetts)
  • Northfield Mount Hermon School (Massachusetts)
  • Charleston County School District (South Carolina)

Private Schools, Charter Schools, Cyber-Charter Schools

  • 21st Century Cyber Charter School (Pennsylvania)
  • Pennsylvania Leadership Charter School (Pennsylvania)
  • Center for Student Learning Charter School (Pennsylvania)
  • Woodlynde School (Pennsylvania)
  • Community Academy Charter School (Pennsylvania)
  • Episcopal Academy (Pennsylvania)
  • Salesianum School (Delaware)
  • Washington Latin Charter School (Washington, D.C)

Graduate Study and Education-Related Employment

Our certification students and minors also pursue a variety of graduate school and career options in education, including education policy and research; social justice work; education law; higher education; programs in special education, elementary education, or counseling; and teaching in private schools, foreign countries, programs like Teach for America, or museums and other institutions.

Recent graduates have earned or are pursuing advanced degrees in a wide variety of education-related fields – for example:

  • Economics and Education (Teacher’s College of Columbia University)
  • Secondary School Counseling (Villanova University)
  • School Psychology (University of Delaware and Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine)
  • Integrated Elementary and Special Education (Wheelock College)
  • Student Affairs in Higher Education (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
  • Secondary Education (West Chester University)
  • Subjects such as English and Chemistry, which they continue to teach at the K-12 or college level.

Others have served as Teach for America corps members (from New York City to Mississippi to South Dakota), teachers or Fulbright teaching fellows in countries such as South Korea, Spain, and India; or members of organizations such as the Children’s Literacy Initiative or the Center for Public Research and Leadership at Columbia Law School.