Paul Grimaud earned his CAGS in Advanced Educational Leadership (AEL) from the University of New England in 2015. He talks about his experience and how he is currently applying his knowledge in the field.
I want to further impact lives through administration: improving the system of education, faculty experience, and most importantly overall student development.
The flexibility of the program, the guidance I received from Ariel, my Student Support Specialist, and the personal touch and advice from Carol Marcotte. It showed me that I am both valued and supported.
I felt that all courses were beneficial and applicable, but the internship and projects especially so.
Perhaps get my Ph.D., depending on how life unfolds or permits.
I have a BA in Art/Business and an MS in Education.
I’m teaching now.
Well, to be honest there is always good. And bad. Overall it is growing and developing to become a top school in the region.
No they do not. The main reason for the degree was to assist my career goals of administration.
The initial timing and routine of the classes was the most challenging part.
Dr. Carol Marcotte. She was inspirational with her guidance and support during my last few classes. It’s critical to have an objective opinion whom can assist with any difficulties you are facing.
To learn more about the CAGS: AEL program at UNE, go to https://online.une.edu/education/certificate-in-advanced-educational-leadership/
Thank you Paul, for being a part of our Student Spotlight series! -MGTags: CAGS | CAGS Alumni Spotlight | CAGS Student Spotlight | Education | Education Alumni Spotlight | Education Student Spotlight | Graduate Programs in Education
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