Post’s first M.Ed. graduate makes long awaited trip to campus

Four years after becoming Post University’s first ever Master for Education graduate, Joseph Vaughn visited the Post campus for the first time this month. Vaughn had been looking forward to the opportunity to meet Provost Jane Bailey, who led the M.Ed. program when Vaughn attended, and to see the campus in person since the day that he graduated.

Vaughn has achieved great success since earning his M.Ed. degree from Post, including garnering national attention earlier this year for leading an “At Risk Supper Program”, that provided over 40,000 hot meals to residents of his district. He currently serves as the Director of Child Nutrition and Extended Day in the Huntsville, AL school system where he runs several health and nutrition programs for a school district that has 42 schools and an enrollment of approximately 23,500.

In this video, Vaughn reflects on his experience as an online student earning his degree from Post while working full-time and shares how his M.Ed. degree has taken his career to the next level.

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