Career Outcomes for Graduate Students in Adult and Community Education

  • Brenton Kelly

    Brenton Kelly ’11 MA, a graduate of the Adult Education and Communications Technology program, said “to be a web developer with this skill set is very valuable.” Kelly manages a team of four web developers, assigns and manages development projects, and develops (front-end) custom applications and templates for K-12 schools across the U.S. for Schoolwires, Inc.

    Expand Your Job Options with Teaching, Training

    There is a growing need worldwide for educators, trainers, and effective communicators. Whether you want to train fellow employees, offer classes at a community center, teach and/or develop distance learning, or simply need better communication skills for your career advancement, the adult and community education programs at IUP will help you discover your unique talents and develop your leadership potential.

    Open Up Your Career with Our Online Master’s Program

    Graduates from our online master’s in adult and community education programs have many career options in business and industry, colleges and universities, community colleges, K-12 education, health services, social service agencies, and community program.

    Here some of the many positions you may be qualified for:

    • Adult basic and literacy educator
    • Adult religious education director
    • Community development coordinator
    • Consultant
    • Continuing and distance education director
    • Conference or event coordinator
    • Cooperative extension agent
    • Corrections education teacher/director
    • Director of community services
    • Director of community education programs
    • Human resources training director
    • Parks and recreation program coordinator
    • Public relations coordinator
    • Staff development coordinator
    • Training consultant
    • Volunteer services coordinator