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Education & Training Cluster: Early Childhood Education Pathway

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The UNG Career Roadmaps are aligned with the Georgia Department of Education Career Clusters and Career Pathways. UNG Career Roadmaps are to help students understand the relevance between education and the workforce and highlight the connection between career clusters in high schools and college majors at UNG.
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High School Pathway
Early Childhood

1st HS Course:20.52810
Early Childhood Care Education I

Estimated Salaries

$18,800

Prospective Careers & Employers

Teacher Assistant, Early Childcare Worker

1st College Major Course: ECDV 1101
Intro to Child Development

Estimated Salaries

$24,500

Prospective Careers & Employers

Early Childhood Specialist, Home-Based Service Provider, Teacher

1st College Major Course: ECDV 1101
Intro to Child Development

Estimated Salaries

$44,000

Prospective Careers & Employers

Early Education Center Director, Teacher, Topic Specialist, Program Manager, Consultant, Sales, Early Education Center Coordinator

1st College Major Course:EDUC 6101
Advanced Educational Assessment

Estimated Salaries

$63,000

Prospective Careers & Employers

Program Director,Technical Assistant Specialist, Regulator, Professional Development Coordinator, Curriculum Coach,  Post-Secondary Instructor, Research, Family Specialist Counselor

 

Department of Labor Employment Outlook

2010 Employment:
3,080 (Very Large)

Anticipated Growth in this occupation by 2020:
37%

Anticipated Employment Growth by 2020:
22%

Annual Job Openings Anticipated:
180 (very high)

 

Learn More, Save More with MOWR

Tuition & Fee Savings

15 hours - $1,791

30 hours - $3,583

45 hours - $5,373

60 hours - $7,164

Global Skills Needed: Communication, Organization, Classroom Management, Conflict Management, Mediation Techniques, Confidentiality

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