For the typical college student, the four years spent at university are a magical time that will provide both a valuable education and life-long memories. It’s natural, however, for apprehension to set in during the final semester as the “real world” and the need for a real job beckons.
Texans are proud of their pioneer heritage. And, while longhorn steers and oil gushing from Spindletop may be the first images that spring to mind, it is in the education field where the Lonestar State has been blazing a trail.
If you are a stay at home mom, you know that your "job description" covers a lot more than caregiver. You can add Uber Driver, party planner, personal assistant, therapist, nurse, doctor, chef, waiter, housekeeper, plumber, dog walker, accountant, athletic trainer, photographer, bodyguard, referee and judge (as well as jury!) among the many roles you play.
School districts across the country are increasingly finding out what corporate America has known for a long time: that military veterans make great hires. Veterans, for their part, are discovering that becoming a teacher is a great reentry into the civilian workforce and a way to proudly continue serving their nation.