GSB grads head into education
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
By Taylor Grossman
Graduates of Stanford's Graduate School of Business (GSB) are pursuing a more diverse array of careers of late, according to the GSB's Career Management Center. Many of these graduates are looking to the education industry rather than business or finance.
Education Pioneers, a nonprofit that places graduate student fellows into education organizations to gain experience in the industry, has been a starting point for many GSB students.
"I think the opportunity to do well by kids, particularly low-income kids, makes an education profession a really attractive one," said Liam Garland, Bay Area managing director of Education Pioneers.
Read the article at The Stanford Daily