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Recent Gradutes Find Employment
2009 Graduates from the School of Education have recently found employment:
Nicole Ashiru- 09' MS/CSE is the 3rd and 4th grade teacher of a self-contained special education classroom at PS 108 in Manhattan.
Aimee Jimenez- 09' BS/ECE is the teacher of a 2nd grade classroom at the Rainbow Academy in Whippany, NJ.
Cynthia Juarbe- 09' BS/CE is employed at Gateway City Academy in Brooklyn, NY as the Pre-K teacher. She is also enrolled in Nyack College’s MSE Special Education program.
Jonathan Perez- 09' BS/Music Ed is teaching at Bethel Christian Academy in NJ.
Camlia Soares- 09' BS/CE received a teaching position in a 2nd grade classroom at Holyoke Community Charter School in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Jessica Verderame- 09' BS/ECE is a teaching assistant for a three year old classroom at Small Steps in Nyack, NY.
Danita Hammock- 09' BS/ Interdisc/CE is a counselor at Children's Aid Society.
Rebecca Rodriguez- 09' BS/ Interdisc/CE is employed as the Pre-K teacher at Our Savior Lutheran School in Queens, NY.
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