Jobs and Grad School for Education
We survey our graduates at one and six years from graduation to examine job placement and graduate school attendance. We also monitor our students' teacher-test performance as we check for success. As you'll see, our students do very well and give their experiences in the Education Department at Roanoke College high marks.
Graduate School and Employers:
Many of our students go on to graduate school and, after, effect positive change in a variety of careers. They attend schools across the country and after, have worked in a variety of fields. We've listed a few :
- Athletic Director
- College Instructor
- Curriculum Supervisor
- Guidance Counselor
- Reading Coach/Coordinator
- Education Director
Dr. Gary L. Whitt, associate professor of education and faculty advisor in the Center for Learning and Teaching, and Mark D. Poore, director of instructional technology and an adjunct faculty member in computer science, recently helped the College to receive a grant from the Verizon Foundation through a program of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges.