A child development degree prepares students for a wide array of potential careers as well as graduate study. Professional positions held and graduate programs attended by recent graduates of Meredith’s child development program include:

  • Teaching in early education programs, such as Frankie Lemmon School, White Plains Child Development Center and First Environments Early Learning Center
  • Teaching in public school Pre-K and K-6 classrooms
  • Teaching and directing in non-profit programs for children and families, such as the YMCA
  • Master’s degree in child development, education, speech and language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, recreational therapy and child life

Contact Information

Pamela Norcross
Interim Child Development Program Coordinator
206 Martin Hall
(919) 760-2357
plnorcross@meredith.edu
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