Looking for an entry level job or internship in education? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
You can work in an educational institution and not stand in front of a big group of students every day. Particularly at the postsecondary level, you have many departmental options: financial aid, admissions, international education, student life, library, dining services, fundraising, accounting, and many more.
If you want to get more directly involved in education but not teach in a classroom, you still have options. You can work with an education nonprofit, either directly with the students or at the administrative level. Or with the rise of online education, you can work with an online company that brings online education to everyone. Museums are also great educational opportunities (and career opportunities for someone wanting to education). You can even create the curriculum that students use to learn material.
Most of these jobs require a bachelor’s degree, but most of them don’t require that the degree be in education. So if you want to work in education but not in a classroom, start exploring.
|Business Development Coordinator (Real Estate)|
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Blake REALTORS Delmar, NY
|Division Educational Trainer|
HCR ManorCare Northbrook, IL
|General Manufacturing (Full Time)|
Quad Graphics Brownsville, WI
|Clinical Educator II|
Lee Memorial Fort Myers, FL
|Clinical & Informatics Educator|
Cameron Craig Group San Mateo, CA
Jobs2Careers.com Austin, TX
Barton Health South Lake Tahoe, CA
|Case Manager (Special Education Teacher)|
Inspire Path Phoenix, AZ
|EDUCATOR UNIT BASED III|
University of New Mexico Hospital Albuquerque, NM
|K-6 Special Education Teacher - Island School in Maine|
Islesboro Central School Islesboro, ME
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