Elementary Education Careers

We pride ourselves on graduating exceptional students and teachers. Not only have our graduates been named outstanding seniors at Rollins, but they’ve gone on to be Teachers of the Year, hold leadership positions, earn Fulbright scholarships, and open their own schools.

With our location in Central Florida combined with our faculty’s connections with local schools, you’ll be poised to gain meaningful employment in one the area’s 214 private and 99 public schools in Orlando alone, where 52 of our high schools have been recognized among the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report.

Opportunity Awaits

Finishing your degree at Rollins is the next step to a rewarding career in education.

  • $57K

    average salary of elementary school teachers in Florida

  • 3,084

    projected new jobs in the education sector in Central Florida by 2029

  • Top10

    largest school district in the nation (Orange County Public Schools)

  • Top100

    elementary school teacher is ranked among the 100 best jobs by U.S. News & World Report.

Top 10 Careers for Education Majors

With a degree in education, you’ll have the skills necessary to ensure others—from students to colleagues—achieve learning objectives, allowing you to pursue a range of career paths.

• Corporate trainer
• Counselor
• Curriculum specialist
• Instructional designer
• Elementary school teacher
• Principal
• High school teacher
• Social worker
• Special education teacher
• Superintendent

A elementary school teachers points to a flashcard during a lesson.

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