Come to Lesley University with a desire to make a difference. Leave prepared to impact the world.
With more than 100 years of experience in training education professionals, Lesley knows how to groom great instructors. 80% of Lesley professors hold the highest degrees offered in their fields, and they truly care about teaching. Our faculty is dedicated, accomplished, and active practitioners in their fields. Lesley professors are committed to providing the personalized attention required to satisfy inquisitive minds.
Whether you're looking to advance your career or take it in a new direction, to enhance your ability to work with others, or to explore new ways of thinking and understanding, Lesley has professional development offerings to fit your needs. There are workshops, institutes, certificate programs, courses, and travel study programs; you can learn online, on-campus, and through independent study.
The Career Resource Center (CRC) provides career development and job search services to Lesley University degree candidates and alumni. The CRC teaches job search, career assessment, and decision-making skills that are relevant for all career stages.
"Lesley is an excellent choice. The small classes, excellent professors, and caring students all contributed to my success. I attended a prestigious school in NYC for my master's degree and was surprised to find that much of the course content had already been presented at Lesley. This university is the right choice if you're seeking a program that will prepare you properly and carry you through all phases of your career."
— Susan Michalczak, alumna, BS in Elementary Education
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