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Edwin Raagas

Edwin Raagas

Teacher

Edwin Raagas is the manager of noncredit career development within NYUSPS JobPaths at the NYU School of Professional Studies. He manages strategic operations of the career development suite for the School's Diploma Program. A career changer himself, Edwin's prior experience has been primarily in event marketing and brand management; he has worked for the New York Stock Exchange, CME Group, and a digital marketing agency in Australia. Outside of the office, Edwin sits on the advisory board of FindSpark and engages colleges in funding classroom building and feeding programs with Advancement for Rural Kids (ARK). Edwin earned a BBA in Marketing from Hofstra University, and is pursuing his master's degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs at NYU Steinhardt.

Currently Teaching

JobFocus: Energy Finance: Fossil Fuels to Renewables

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in energy finance.

JobFocus: Clean Energy

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in clean energy.

JobFocus: Monitoring and Evaluation

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in monitoring and evaluation.

JobFocus: Coaching

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in coaching.

JobFocus: TESOL

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL).

JobFocus: Copyediting, Proofreading, and Fact-Checking

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management strategies in the editorial field.

JobFocus: Digital Marketing Strategy

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in digital marketing.

JobFocus: Diversity and Inclusion Management

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in diversity and inclusion management.

JobFocus: Social Media Management

Gain a better understanding of long-term career management topics in social media management.