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After Graduation

Recent graduates of the Randolph College education program have gone on to teach in many locations, including locally at

  • Gretna Middle School,
  • Boonsboro Elementary School,
  • Amherst County schools, and
  • in the special education department of Roanoke City Schools.

Career Placement

Our Career Development Center works with you one-on-one to help with your job search or applications for graduate school.

Graduate School

If you want to supplement your Randolph College degree with a graduate degree in education by pursuing an M.Ed., a Ph.D., or an Ed.D., the Career Development Center can also provide assistance with preparation for graduate school.

Master’s Degrees in Education

Randolph College offers a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) with emphasis on either Curriculum & Instruction or Special Education. Randolph also offers a Master of Education (M. Ed.) with an emphasis in Special Education. Curricular studies majors have the option completing a 5-year program which includes a bachelors degree, teacher licensure, and a masters degree.

Occupations of Interest to Education Majors

Some occupations may require an advanced degree.

  • Preschool/Kindergarten Teacher
  • Elementary School Teacher
  • Middle School Teacher
  • Secondary School Teacher
  • College Professor
  • Education Administrator
  • Adult Education Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Peace Corps Volunteer
  • Public Health Educator
  • Activities Coordinator
  • Admissions Counselor
  • Athletic Coach
  • Camp Director
  • Corporate Trainer
  • Historic Site Administrator
  • Journalist
  • Librarian
  • Lobbyist
  • Recreational Therapist
  • Recreation Manager
  • Tutor
  • English Teacher to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor
  • Grant Writer
  • Guidance Counselor
  • Student Affairs Administrator
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