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Trainer, Texas Instruments

Christopher entered the financial world after earning an undergraduate degree in Mathematics. Although he found early success, Christopher was lacking personal fulfillment in the business environment. On a friend's suggestion, Christopher switched careers and began teaching math to middle school kids. He quickly discovered he loved teaching. Motivated to earn a Master of Education degree, Christopher entered Strayer University and successfully completed the program. Today, Christopher travels the country training school teachers on how to maximize the power of their Texas Instruments products so that these teachers can be effective in the classroom.

Salary & Industry Outlook:
Occupational Outlook Handbook, ONET

Major: Educational Management (Masters)

College: Strayer University, SUNY Oneonta

City: Newport News

State: Virginia