Career Outcomes

Stonehill education studies students secure teaching positions in schools (grades PreK-12) throughout the country. Other places where Stonehill graduates have recently been employed include:

  • Baker Elementary School
  • Bilingual Education for Central America
  • Boston Teacher Residency – AmeriCorps
  • Brandon School & Residential Treatment Center
  • Cadence Academy Preschool
  • Easton Middle School
  • Everett Elementary School
  • Freetown Elementary School
  • Fulbright Program - Greece
  • Jesuit Volunteer Corps
  • Nathaniel H. Wixon School
  • North Attleboro High School
  • Providence Alliance for Catholic Teachers
  • Stonehill Service Corps
  • Taunton Public Schools
  • Teach for America
  • Urban Catholic Teachers Corps and Providence Alliance for Catholic Teachers
  • Vernon Hill School
  • WorldTeach 

Graduate/Professional School Studies

Places where Stonehill graduates have recently attended a full- or part-time graduate program include:

  • Boston College
  • Boston University
  • Bridgewater State University
  • College of New Rochelle
  • Endicott College
  • Harvard University
  • Hofstra University
  • Lesley College
  • Merrimack College
  • Northeastern University
  • Providence College
  • Simmons College
  • St. Joseph College
  • Southern Connecticut State University
  • Tufts University
  • University of Connecticut
  • University of Massachusetts - Boston
  • University of North Carolina

Teacher Licensure

Stonehill College’s Education Studies Department is approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to offer programs that lead to licensure for teaching in the following areas:

  • Biology (grades 8-12)
  • Chemistry (grades 8-12)
  • Early Childhood: Teacher of Students With and Without Disabilities (grades PreK-2)
  • Elementary (grades 1-6)
  • English (grades 8-12)
  • Foreign Language – French (grades 5-12)
  • Foreign Language – Spanish (grades 5-12)
  • History (grades 8-12)
  • Mathematics (grades 8-12)

Education majors are able to learn from the best teachers currently practicing in the field as well as from professors who genuinely care about your educational success.

Contact Information

Margaret E. Pierce

Associate Professor of Education