Education

Welcome to the Education career resources website!

When you want to be a teacher, work with students in a museum setting, or leading field trips to learn about foraging, members of this career community are bonded by a common goal – to provide better access to information and learning to everyone else.

Professional Areas within this pathway:

  • Early Childhood Development
  • Education – K to 12 and Higher Education
  • Libraries
  • Museum Studies

If there is a resource you would like to see here, please email me at Katie Breslin at breslka@earlham.edu

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Featured Articles

How to become a Librarian – from American Library Association

This resource was provided through the America Library Association. You can find the full article here.

Become a Librarian

What is your passion? Are you fascinated by art, biology, business, technology? Combine your passion …

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How to Get a Job as a Teacher: a glassdoor resource

From Glassdoor – find the full article here.

 

A Guide to Getting Hired as a Teacher

If there’s one profession that’s not going to go away or be replaced by robots, it’s teaching. School districts big and small, academies …

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Education Applied Minor (AM)

Educators must be able to understand development and the learning process, connect with their students, and think critically about classrooms and institutions. The applied minor in education supports you in threading all of these elements together, connecting coursework with practical …

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3+1 education program: Two degrees in four years

Earlham College offers a distinctive 3+1 education program where you can earn both a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree and a Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) degree within nine semesters, to be completed in four years.

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Featured Classes

EDUC 120: Foundations of Education

Students examine the present U.S. educational system and the nature of its social impact using the lenses of history, sociology…

EDUC 248: Theory and Practice of Education

The course reflects upon the central premise that prospective teachers need both to do some teaching while they also read…

Contact & Location

Phone
(765) 983-1424
Address

1st Floor Landrum Bolling Center
801 National Rd W
Richmond, IN 47374
Richmond, IN 47374

Office Hours

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T 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
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TH 8:30am - 12pm; 1pm-5pm
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