As a certified teacher in the state of Florida, you’ll work with diverse students who will benefit from your expertise and passion for teaching. Whether you pursue the track focused on elementary or secondary education, you will be poised to begin inspiring the next generation of changemakers. And with employment in education, training, and library occupations projected to grow by 5 percent from 2019 to 2029—faster than the average for other occupations—there’s no better time to get started on your degree.

Bright Outlook

  • No. 9

    The Orange County Public School district is the ninth largest in the nation

  • 920K

    New teaching jobs projected to be added in the U.S. between 2020 and 2030

  • $51K

    Average salary of a Florida public school teacher

Carmen Juncal Delgado ’19MAT

“Since graduating from Rollins, I helped the Read2Succeed Foundation for Orange County Public Schools improve the reading level of first- and second-graders. I also created my own project through Instagram to create content and help Spanish-speaking families navigate the distance-learning process. That initiative opened opportunities to share my experience in local media outlets and gain my current teaching position.”

Carmen Juncal Delgado ’19MAT

4th-Grade Teacher

MetroWest Elementary School

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  • Crystal Campoverde ’19MAT

    Crystal Campoverde ’19MAT

    Middle and Upper Grades’ Teacher
    John Pujajangka-Piyirn Catholic School
    Mulan Aboriginal Community, Western Australia

  • Jill Danzl ’20MAT

    Jill Danzl ’20MAT

    5th-Grade Teacher

    Mollie Ray Elementary School

  • Self portrait of Keara Jones

    Keara Jones ’18MAT

    3rd-Grade Teacher

    Keenes Crossings Elementary School

  • Self portrait of Anna Tricoli

    Anna Tricoli ’21MAT

    Secondary Social Science Teacher

    Fort Worth Country Day

  • Self portrait of Eileen A. Mendez

    Eileen A. Mendez ’19MAT

    Resource Teacher-Advocate, Migrant Education

    Orange County Public Schools

  • Justin Yount ’14MAT

    Justin Yount ’14MAT


    Palmetto Elementary School

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