The 10th annual conference is a hands-on, engaging learning opportunity designed to provide skills and knowledge on the use of educational technology to current and aspiring educators.
Have you recently found an internship or a job, or been accepted to graduate school? If so, the Career Center wants to hear about it!
Good communications skills are essential to one’s career success. Career Ambassador Brooklyn Vogel provides tips for students on how to develop this very important transferable skill.
As spring approaches, many students begin thinking about employment after graduation, and many alumni may be considering a career change. To help Redbirds with their careers, the Career Center is hosting its Spring Career Fair and Education Career Fair.
The 2016 College of Education Annual Report highlights the size, national rankings and overall impact of educator preparation at Illinois State University.
All teacher education alumni who are completing their first or second year in the field are encouraged to register for the New Teacher Conference on June 17.
The College of Education at Illinois State University is actively seeking nominations for the 2016 Hall of Fame and the Outstanding Young Alumni Award.
Whether you’re an education major or considering a switch, the Family Weekend Education Showcase can help you uncover opportunities you hadn’t considered here at Illinois State.
The College of Education’s Annual Report shows the impact that educator preparation at Illinois State has made during 2014-2015 and cumulatively throughout the years. More than 1 in 7 teachers in the state are Illinois State alumni. Illinois State graduates teach in all 50 U.S. states and in 56 countries around the world.
Illinois State’s educator preparation program is hosting the 6th annual Teaching in the 21st Century Conference (T21Con) on Friday, September 18, in the Bone Student Center.