Our students are placed in field experiences in their very first year with us. Some are in classrooms, some work in local elementary, middle or high schools and others in community-based early childhood programs and social service agencies.
Students get involved in the Y.E.S. Club - the School of Education's Young Educators Society, participate in exciting service learning opportunities interacting with people with disabilities from Moore Center Services, and much more!
You can also get involved as practice coaches and volunteers in the Special Olympics Young Athlete's Program as part of field experience in course work or service learning. Or, you can participate in Family Math Nights, helping local school districts support parents who want to help their children learn mathematics through fun games and activities. As you can see, our students can look forward to extremely rewarding field placements. At SNHU, you can focus on everyone’s common goal of preparing children for future success.
Here in the School of Education, you can take many paths to the same goal: making the most of educational opportunities to enhance access to education, promote equity, and grow as leaders.