Amanda Dye Melniczek ’19MED: As a First-generation College Student, Education was the Key to Opening the Door to a World of Opportunity to Learn, Travel and Grow
As a community college professor, Amanda Dye Melniczek ’19MED will use her master’s degree in training and development to help provide professional development for faculty and staff in a two-year institution.
Three Colleagues Tackle Master’s Degree and Professional World
Michael Von Bargen, Jason Cook and Richard Singer will soon graduate from the NC State College of Education's training and development program. Learn how this group of friends took what they learned in the program and applied it to their careers at Duke Energy — saving the company $1.5 million in training costs.
Dylan Stoneham ’18MED: Helping Others Succeed in Their Careers
As his career progressed, Dylan discovered a natural draw to training processes at the organization level. He wanted to explore how training opportunities not only created better working environments but how they empower employees. Now, he prepares to graduate with a master’s degree in Training and Development to help others gain the skills they need to succeed in their careers.
#WhyIChoseEducation: Ashley Swing
Ashley Swing graduated with her master's degree in 2014, and now she's back at the NC State College of Education working on her doctorate. Find how why education is so important to her.
NC State Online and Distance Education: Michelle Bartlett on Master of Education in Training and Development
The teaching assistant professor talks with NC State's Online and Distance Education about the Master of Education in Training and Development program, which is designed for entering or experienced training professionals who work in internal or external training positions within business and learning environments.