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Pam Smith
When I initially changed my major and began my courses in education, I knew it was exactly where I was meant to be. 
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Caroline Reed
You get out of something what you put into it. Samford offers so many opportunities to invest in people and your area of study. The university does such a great job of setting things up for students to grow spiritually, mentally and relationally.  
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Jason Harchuck
Samford played an integral role in me working where I am today. I worked in a completely different field, but felt God calling me to education and more specifically special education.  
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Kathleen Nolin Needham
I've really enjoyed getting to know my team members from around the world and learning more about advocacy in the Christian NGO world. 
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Amanda McPhail
After graduating from Samford, I joined Teach for America, teaching high school mathematics at a public school in inner-city Miami.  
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Christen Sloderbeck
My favorite aspect of my job is my relationship with my students and their families. In my role as the gifted specialist, I have the privilege of working with the same students for multiple years. I love getting to watch them grow through the years and getting to know their individual personalities. 
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Matthew Kiser
Samford exposed me to cutting-edge practitioners in the field of education and kept me abreast to current trends in education.  The on-going partnership between Samford and local schools and districts allowed for students to have a clear understanding of what is needed to effectively lead schools. 
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