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Preparing to be a future educator is one of the most fulfilling opportunities you can experience. When you see that ‘spark’ and a child suddenly understands something for the first time, it captivates you and makes you want to strive for more of those ‘sparks’!  When you join us and study education at Central, you will be prepared with strategies and skills necessary to help students find their ‘spark’ and in the end you will find yours too!


  • Assistant Principal
  • Principal
  • Superintendent
  • School District Administrator
  • Instructional Coordinator
  • Instructional Designer
  • Standardized Test Developer
  • Guidance Counselor
  • School Psychologist
  • Career Counselor
  • Juvenile Corrections Worker
  • Family Counselor
  • Education Consultant
  • Admission Counselor/Recruiter
  • Child Life Specialist
  • After-School Program/Youth
  • Camp Director
  • Student Activities Coordinator
  • Fraternity and Sorority Life Director
  • Residential Life Director
  • Department of Education Professional
  • Thinktank Associate
  • Researcher
  • Lobbyist
  • Textbook Author or Editor
  • Textbook Sales Representative
  • Reporter
  • Blogger
  • Nanny
  • Daycare Administration
  • Adult Education Teacher
  • Adult ESL, Literacy, or GED Teacher
  • Prison System Teacher
  • Life Coach
  • Museum Educator or Activities Director
  • Tour Guide at a Local Attraction
  • Corporate Trainer
  • Health Educator
  • Private Tutor
  • Teacher Contracted for Homeschooled or Homebound Kids
  • Online K-12 Instructor
  • Teaching Abroad



Students at Central who are interested in helping elementary students with their math, reading, and science studies are invited to join CHUMS. This organization connects struggling students with caring college mentors in an education partnership that fosters positive relationships and educational success. Volunteers meet with elementary students before or after school to provide tutoring, guidance, and a listening ear to young students at local schools; also our college students will receive a small stipend for their time investment.

Education Club

The Education Club is a newly founded club at Central Christian College of Kansas that helps and allows those interested in education to gain an understanding of what the field has to offer. The club works with the Education Department to help create future teachers and help those stay connected to their own education. Learning is a lifelong process and as this club kicks off, we want to give members a chance to engage in that process before, during, and after entering the field.

Additional Information

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Cathy Brown
Education Department (Chair)
(620) 241-0723 ext. 507

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