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The Intangible Rewards of Teaching English as a Second Language

Today’s guest post was written by Michelle Bagwell, a member of the May 2011 cohort who graduated in May 2012. Fight on!

It’s no secret that those of us who decide to become teachers don’t do it for the money...

Student Spotlight: Sherrie Lee | Singapore

I’m a Singaporean working at a post-secondary vocational institution in Singapore, where I have been teaching business communications for over three years. Previously, I had taught English in China for two years. I am a full-time working mum with three young kids....

Free Professional Development for Teachers! Twitter.

Here’s the deal: I’m going to put you in touch with the brightest educational minds in the country. They’ll give you articles to read, food for thought and might even answer a question or two you may have...

Graduate Spotlight: Lauren Schneider | Renton, WA

After graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in psychology, I knew I wanted to work with children because that is where I find my greatest joy and inspiration. I considered various graduate programs to prepare me for work in the mental health field...

Graduate Spotlight: Amanda Yoshida | Huntington Beach, CA

Coming from a dedicated family of Trojan alumni, I was destined to become a Trojan. Beginning my search for a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential/Master’s in Teaching combination program, I knew that finding a program that fit my time constraints would be difficult...

Graduate Spotlight: Shayna Markwongnark | Covina, CA

I am a 28-year-old Trojan who never thought she would hold a master’s degree from a school as prestigious as the University of Southern California. Raised by my traditional Mexican mother and strong-spirited Thai father, my childhood was everything but dull...