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GCU College of Education Servant Educators

Grand Canyon University's College of Education is dedicated to providing opportunities for candidates to develop professional dispositions while learning, leading and serving their community. The College of Education inspires excellence in pedagogy and scholarship through the development of Servant Educators. It engages a diverse and global community of learners with purpose and passion. The Christian heritage of the University promotes a spirit of servant leadership so candidates can become leaders in their field. Servant Educators spend time in the educational community learning to build relationships and refine teaching methods while building a professional foundation for their future career. Servant Educators are committed to serving diverse populations and developing best practices for the teaching profession.

Benefits of Becoming a Servant Educator

 - Begin networking with other educational professionals
 - Apply learned teaching methods
 - Satisfy course requirements related to practicum
 - Seek potential student teaching placement
 - Build professional portfolio and resume
 - Impact the lives of students
 - Serve the educational community

Servant Educators

Become a Servant Educator


  • Must be enrolled full time at Grand Canyon University in an education program
  • Maintain a 2.0 GPA (3.0 for graduate students) or higher
  • Maintain a current Fingerprint Clearance Card

How to Apply

  1. Create an account through Job Quest
  2. Select "Internship"
  3. Search for Keyword "Servant Educator"
  4. Select open positions for which you're interested. Click "Apply for this Position."
  5. Complete the online application.
  6. You MUST use your email as your login.
  7. You MUST attach a resume (Download a Sample Resume).
  8. "Submit" and keep an eye out for an email verifying your application was received.

  Servant Educator

Creat a Job Quest Account

What Happens Next

  1. If chosen for the position, you'll be contacted to submit your fingerprint clearance card and will receive a welcome packet of information.
  2. Schedule your start date and work hard!

    Visit the Career Hub for helpful tips on interviewing.

For additional questions, please e-mail