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Amy Beauchemin
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Content Coordinator for Assessment /
Assistant Professor of Computer Literacy /
Coordinator for the GAP and EHLC Learning Communities
General Education
General Studies
(860) 913-2127
Office Location
247 Riverside Drive - First Floor
I have lived in Connecticut my entire life; I grew up in the Hartford area but have also lived in New Haven, Danbury and Thomaston. I enjoy living and working in CT. I have worked in business for over 15 years starting with my first job at 15 as a teller in a local bank. I can recall aspiring to work in business at a young age and achieved my goal by obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Western CT State University. Since receiving my Bachelor’s, I have held a variety of positions working in such fields of business as Human Resources, Operations, Retail, Customer Service and Management.

Even though I found success in business I was not fulfilled by my career so I decided to go back to school to earn a Master’s in Education to become a high school business teacher. I received my degree from the University of Bridgeport as well as a teaching certificate in Business Education for 7-12th grades. Working in a school system as a part of my educational process was more rewarding and challenging than any job I have had previously.

I feel lucky to have received a position at Goodwin College, shortly after earning my Master's degree. I did not intend on working in higher education but I quickly realized that it was my calling. Since I started at Goodwin in 2010, I have been able to make a difference in students’ lives through my roles as a faculty member and academic advisor.
Enrolled in Doctorate in Educational Leadership program, University of Hartford
M.S.E Masters of Science in Education, University of Bridgeport
B.B.A. Bachelor of Business Administration, Western CT State University
Connecticut Certified Secondary Business Education Teacher
Teaching Philosophy
My philosophy of education is that all students have the potential to succeed. I feel that all students have the ability to be successful if they believe in themselves and have teachers that can guide and motivate them. A great teacher can inspire success from their students when they are truly inspired themselves. Additionally, if a teacher provides students with the opportunities to thrive then students need to guarantee their success by taking advantage of the help.