Category: Education

Amazing Alumni: Jake Buchler (’14)

Jake Buchler was born to teach. It runs in his family. “Both my parents were teachers growing up and my four siblings and I are all currently teachers or have been teachers,” he says. “Anyone who knows me knows I’m just a kid in a grown-up body. Relating to children and making learning fun is ...

#UDIntern: Summer Learning Collaborative

Madison Sullivan is an Elementary Education major with a concentration in Special Education. She is involved with the Education Honor Society, APPLE, and the National Society of Leadership and Success. She is expected to graduate in Spring 2020. Where are you interning/did you intern? I interned through an organization called SummerCollab. SummerCollab is an organization ...

#UDIntern: Mathnasium

BY: GEORGE KANAKIS   This summer I worked at a math-learning center called Mathnasium. I was hired as an instructor to help aid students through their work. My responsibilities included helping students through their work, assigning students daily assignments and activities, and communicating student progress with parents or guardians. A typical day for me starts ...

#UDIntern: My experience at Westwood High School

BY: BILLY MACKINLAY    I am currently interning at Westwood High School in the Flex Program under their psychologist Ms. Whitney Kimbar. While I am here I have the responsibilities of a regular aid or special education teacher (helping with homework, organization, and other academic needs.) But since I have a focus on the Psychology ...

Graduate, Then Change the World

Photo courtesy of: www.masters-education.com BY: KATJA HAMLER Senior year is turning out to be everything I hoped it would. I am finally interviewing for my full-time internship and my role in my sorority was going well! The only downside to this year? The fact that it will end in May. If you’d asked me three years ...

So You Went to the #UDFallFair…Now What?

It’s been two weeks since the University of Delaware’s Fall Career Fair. By now you have probably dry-cleaned and put away your suit, filed those business cards somewhere safe, and lost half of the free stuff you grabbed after having incredible conversations with countless employers. So…now what do you do? Where do you stand? Whether ...