he College of Education & Human Development’s Office of Academic Assistance and Graduate Admissions is hosting two workshops for graduate students in July.
Initially, I majored in psychology because I wanted a career in the helping professions. While I enjoyed the classes, I wasn’t sure I wanted to stay in that field, so I spoke to my academic adviser and she suggested a degree in speech-language pathology could be a lucrative career route I could pursue.
After graduating with a bachelor’s in Computer Science, I started a website and graphic design firm. I worked on ecommerce sites, flyers, promotional materials and event websites for about five years before deciding to pursue a master’s degree.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Office of Academic Assistance and Graduate Admissions is hosting three workshops for graduate students in June.
The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) and the Coalition of Urban Serving Universities (USU) have awarded Georgia State University a $50,000 grant to advance university-community partnerships to boost student success.
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Before becoming a teacher, I worked in public relations for 2.5 years for the City of Atlanta’s Housing Office and Turner Enterprises.
Originally, I majored in nursing at a technical college, but after enrolling at Georgia State to complete my bachelor’s degree, none of my prerequisite courses were transferable. As I pondered what to do next, I became a substitute teacher and noticed several open positions for special education instructors.
During college I joined the Army and served six years as a personnel specialist. My main objective for going to college was to work in business, make money and travel.
I moved to Atlanta two years before the Olympics were held in the city to attend Emory University. After receiving my bachelor’s degree, I continued at Emory’s law school.