The job duties for a school can vary significantly depending on what age range they work with, though the main focus is always on helping the students grow.
College, however, offers one great thing to everyone who attends and that is what I call ‘non-linear’ thinking – otherwise known as ‘thinking outside the box.
“I believe the greatest influence on forging my career path lies with the professionals and educators who have mentored me along the way,” said Frank Carle, director of clinical services and co-founder of Learning Continuum.
“I have always thought that the problem solving process I learned in college is the single thing that has helped me the most in my career,” said Buddy Creef, national sales manager at HIMA Americas.
Katia Hadjiyska firmly believes education helped her make an even grander impact, both professionally and philanthropical.
Learning doesn’t end once you finish school and walk across the stage at graduation.
Owning your own business can be a very tough job, but also very rewarding. In starting your business, it is important to know your strengths, the market, and work to make those align successfully.
“I have a deep understanding of how children learn and how deficits in cognition impact specific learning areas in children,” said special education teacher, Jean Schubert.
Attorney Robert Markowitz discusses how furthering his education beyond legal requirements helped him run a successful business.
Knowing the basics of education can help you become a more successful consultant or business analyst if you are not interested in becoming a classroom teacher.