Welcome to the first post in a 4-part series on career paths within education! We love and respect all teachers in the schools, but we want to make sure everyone knows the vast amount of possibilities that come with an education degree! There are more career opportunities available to those with a teaching degree if you want to explore other opportunities beyond the classroom.
Today, we are highlighting Beth Cutrer, professor in the Counseling Psychology and Special Education department at the McKay School. Not only has Beth been a special educator, but she was also a reading specialist, an English language learner teacher, a specialist in several capacities and more! Beth even taught general education for a time at the elementary level. Beyond the school setting, she trained other teachers in data collection and reading interventions. Check out Beth's path below to see all that is possible in special education (and more)!
You might be wondering how Beth found these various opportunities. She told us the following: "I guess the bottom line is that I kept going through opportunities that were open." The possibilities are endless for you as well. Want to learn more about career possibilities in education? Check out the other blog posts coming soon with more professors! Also, if you'd like to learn more about Beth Cutrer, you can read a post all about her HERE.