This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of USC. All opinions are 100% mine.
The most convenient way for a mom to go to school is to get her degree online. You can take classes on your own terms, when you have free time- all in the comfort of your own home. No need for babysitters or daycare, or leaving Daddy home alone and fearing you’ll come back to a complete disaster area. No need to even get dressed or to try and look presentable to the world.
Finish, or start your college education on your own terms.
Earn a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from The USC Rossier School of Education- an internationally renowned research institution with a 100-year history of educating teachers to be agents of change.
The USC Rossier School has been ranked #22 in the United States, and #9 among all private universities by US News and World Report.
They combine a highly interactive online learning with field-based experiences in your local area, and also offer a groundbreaking tuition reimbursement program designed exclusively for MAT@USC graduates.
Check out their program information and see if getting your teaching degree online from the USC Rossier School of Education is for you.
You get full USC student status and benefits, participation in commencement ceremonies and free lifetime Alumni Association memberships by completing your degree online. Not to mention possible tuition reimbursement, scholarships, and possibly even completing your degree in 12 months.
@levacas Haha apparently mine was $15 ouch!
Road trips -- where good snack intentions go to die. pic.twitter.com/sUu3fdmE8n
I am now counting travel time in whines. 12 more whines to Disney. Funny, that's also the amount of drinks I'm going to have when we arrive.
V-A-C-A T-I-O-N! How to Follow along with my Disney Adventure! goo.gl/fb/vJqFY3
9yo: you post the most attractive photos Me: You being sarcastic or saying I'm cute? 9: not in that photo Side note: he looks just like me pic.twitter.com/b4jeRDdOv7
Roadtrip me takes joy in watching the kids panic as the life drains from their electronics. Yes, I brought chargers. They don't know that.