Education students talk about their experiences in the classroom and beyond.
As she prepares to enter the field of elementary education, Jenna Stutz knows she’s had the experiences and training she needs to succeed.
Brittany Lewis, an elementary education major, says her Elmhurst professors are some of the smartest people she’s ever met.
The son of a school principal and a student-athlete, Peyton Wyatt was ready for the rigors of Elmhurst’s education program.
Michael Meadows talks about the Elmhurst teachers and mentors who are guiding and supporting him as he prepares for a career in teaching.
Jaclyn Pearson was destined to be a teacher. Elmhurst is here to guide her along the best pathway forward.
Having access to an active community of education alumni is something Michael Meadows knows is unique.
After a car accident, Robby Allanson experienced an outpouring of support from the Elmhurst community.
A leadership opportunity on Elmhurst's dance team has helped Andrea Romano become the person she is today.
A student-teaching experience reassured Erin Hopkins that she can succeed in teaching and make a difference.
A Golden Apple Scholar, Ixtel Viramontes enjoys working with a small cohort of Elmhurst students who support each other from start to finish.
As an early childhood education major at Elmhurst, Samantha Rude has had the opportunity to test the waters and gain real-life experience.
Special education major Natella Magarycheva talks about how Elmhurst is preparing her to step into the classroom as a teacher.
As an early childhood education major, Kelly Winters is learning to be a role model through student teaching and as a resident adviser on campus.
At the Study-Away Fair, education major Anthony Zary found an internship teaching English in Spain.
Molly Ryan loves the environment of professionalism set by her professors, and knows it will serve her well.
Jessica Sullivan says Elmhurst recognized her skills and gave her a chance to grow her talents.
As photo editor of Elmhurst's student newspaper, Jessie Moyemont says she's had some great experiences.
For Amber Bergmann, the Elmhurst Experience means a world of opportunities.
After taking a class about exploring careers and shadowing a teacher, Isabella Ibarra knew she’d found her new major.
For aspiring teacher Rebecca Blaufuss, the level of engagement she found at Elmhurst College was a welcome surprise.
Future teacher Andrew Weber says he appreciates the range of experiences and the College’s commitment to the liberal arts.
Katie Sullivan talks about the real-world experience she’s getting as a special education major at Elmhurst.
Along with a “home away from home,” the education program was exactly what Stella Abbinante was looking for.
Elmhurst is a place where students can get involved, take charge, plan events and explore, says Emily Becker-Bruzzini.
For Demetrios Vrettos, playing sports at Elmhurst has been a hands-on learning experience.
For Maureen Roderick, it's reassuring to see successful Elmhurst graduates working in her field.