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Art Education Careers

Make a living AND make a difference.

To be a teacher is to live every day knowing that you make an impact on the next generation. Each day is an opportunity to model behaviors and provide life-changing guidance.

Students in the Art Education program are immersed in latest and most relevant teaching practices, preparing them to meet the current nationwide teacher shortage and be leaders and innovators in the classroom. Increased demand for teachers combined with the recent passing of federal legislation acknowledging the core, essential nature of arts education mean that graduates of the program have an excellent employment outlook.

Possible Careers

 
  • Art Educator (Elementary/Secondary)
  • Private Art Tutor
  • Art Museum Educational Staff
  • Community Arts Program Director
  • Exhibition Director
  • Art Advocate
  • Art Supervisor/Administrator
  • Education Curator

Where KCAD Art Education alumni work

 
  • Saugatuck Public Schools (Saugatuck, MI)
  • Jenison Public Schools (Jenison, MI)
  • Forest Hills Public Schools (Ada, MI)
  • Rockford Public Schools (Rockford, MI)
  • Grand Rapids Public Schools (Grand Rapids, MI)
  • Fennville Public Schools (Fennville, MI)
  • Muskegon Heights Public Schools (Muskegon, MI)
  • Kentwood Public Schools (Kentwood, MI)
  • … and in districts across the country, including in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oregon, Texas, and Washington.*

*Wondering how teaching certification requirements vary from state to state? Click here to explore state-by-state requirements provided by teaching-certification.com.

Art Education alumni also work at art institutions including:

Average Yearly Income

 

All teachers with the same credentials/seniority within a district earn the same salary.

  • Elementary School Teachers - $57,730 national, $62,220 Michigan
  • Middle School Teachers - $58,760 national, $63,620 Michigan
  • Secondary School Teachers - $60,270 national, $60,400 Michigan

National income statistics source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics May 2015 National Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

State income statistics source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics May 2015 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates - Michigan

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