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Category: Student Showcase

Brent Phillips is a truly humble and passionate future educator, earning his degree in secondary education through Grand Canyon’s College of Education. Brent has a unique story as a U.S. veteran, and he has used his life and experiences to make a positive impact in the community. Specifically, with his love of astronomy, Brent is using his own self-funded astronomy outreach called VEGA to inspire and teach veterans and students of all ages.

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By Kellianne Holland
Early Childhood Education Major, College of Education

Teachers who have a strong passion for what they do inspire their students. Teaching is not for everyone. However, when it is in the hands of someone who has an undying passion to not only educate, but also to impact the lives of students, it is a very rewarding career. Read along as Grand Canyon University alumna and Arizona Educational Foundation’s 2016 Teacher of the Year, Christine Marsh, shares her experience as a teacher and what she has learned about the importance of passion.

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By Katie Martin, MFA
Field Experience Specialist, College of Education

Each and every semester, thousands of Grand Canyon University student teachers head into schools all over the country. With the energy, passion and dedication to make a difference in their communities, these future teachers are radically impacting the children in their classrooms.

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