Our graduates are employed as special education teachers in preschools, elementary schools, and junior and senior high schools throughout the United States and in many foreign countries. With further credentials, graduates are also employed as administrators in schools and as college professors.
Find out who is hiring and currently available positions.
Get involved with the community, engage with peers, and grow personally and professionally...outside of the classroom.
The School of Education has compiled a list of opportunities and organizations for teacher candidates.
Horace Mann Graduate Research Symposium
The Horace Mann Graduate Research Symposium provides an opportunity for graduate-level teacher candidates in the Exceptional Education Department to showcase their research projects and share effective practices with colleagues and community educators. It is held at the end of every spring and fall semester.
TeachLive is a computer-simulated, immersive, mixed-reality classroom that provides teacher candidates with the opportunity to hone their skills.
Buffalo State is the only college in the SUNY system currently using this unique mixed reality environment to prepare or retrain pre-service and in-service teachers.