Department of Education

After Brown

Education concentrators have gone on to become impactful leaders in teaching, policymaking and more.

Graduates from the Education Studies Concentration have gone on to top graduate programs and successful careers in a wide range of fields including K-12 education, higher education, health and human services, the nonprofit sector, financial services, and government among others.  

Some of our graduates are working as:

  • CPSSII, Arizona Department of Economic Security
  • Internship and Enrichment Development, Boston Day and Evening Academy
  • Educational Therapist, Bridges to Learning
  • Assistant Professor, Brown University
  • Classroom Teacher, Cambridge Public Schools
  • Marketing Manager, Coach Up
  • 3rd Grade Dual Language Teacher, DC Public Schools
  • SAT I Writing Instructor, Edumost
  • Director of Research and Evaluation, Generation Citizen
  • Legal Operations & Google Education, Google
  • Managing Editor,
  • 2nd Grade Associate Teaching, Growing Up Green Charter School
  • Teacher, Highlander Charter School
  • Student Teaching, Lincoln School
  • Staff Attorney, National Veterans Legal Service Program
  • Associate Director of Research and Evaluation, New York City Department of Education
  • Program Manager, New York City Department of Small Business Services
  • Academic Dean, NHU Foundation
  • Program Evaluator, Rhode Island Department of Health
  • Attorney, Santa Clara County
  • Manager of Teacher Leadership, Teach for America
  • Skills Trainer, Trillium Family Services
  • Dance Artist in Residence, Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts
  • Mental Health Clinician and Teaching Assistant, University of California-Santa Barbara
  • Surgeon, Wake Forest University Medical Center
  • Program Director of Teacher Education, Wheeler School
  • Program and Policy Analyst, Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
Learn more about what you can do with your Education Studies degree.

Alumni Pathways

Here's what Education Studies concentrators from the classes of 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020, reported they were doing in their first year after graduation.