Mattie McLaughlin is learning about child development — and how to be an effective teacher — in Erikson’s intimate classes.
After teaching for a year, Lucy Divis realized that she needed to know much more about children and families.
At Erikson, Justin Nuckles found the keys to improving his work with children and families.
Student Ross Theriot feels called to a profession helping sick children, but it was a personal telephone call that made him realize that Erikson was the place for him.
Alyson Gamache turned to Erikson to help strengthen the skills she needs to support infants and families in need.
Student Meg Fitzgerald is moving from teacher to administrator. At Erikson, she found the people and program she needs to succeed.
At Erikson, career-changer Dawn Craan gained a deep understanding of how young children develop on both the theoretical and practical levels.
Erikson welcomed assistant professors Amanda Moreno and Dhara Thakar to the faculty at the beginning of the 2013-14 academic year.
Orientation at Erikson gives students a snapshot of what to expect and ideas on how to handle what they’ll experience.
Student Priti Ahuja came to Erikson to understand how she could help close the achievement gap in her classroom.
By taking her education online, Jennifer found a true community of fellow teachers.
Erikson helped student Rebecca Bleil understand the complex interplay of child development, culture, and family in her social work.
“I think I learned more in one year here at Erikson than all four years at undergrad.”
Erikson is transforming student Mary Reynolds’s work with children and their families, giving her “ninja-like” powers of observation and understanding.