Hanover County Public Schools is hosting a Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, February 17! The interview portion of this job fair is designed for licensed or soon-to-be licensed teachers--those who already hold a teaching license, VDOE Statement of Eligibility, or individuals who are currently enrolled in a state-approved program for teacher licensure. Our interviews are by invitation only. We need to know the interest by endorsement area in order to accommodate as many candidates as possible. You will hear by February 1st if we can accommodate your interview.
New this year, we will accept walk-ins for “meet and greet.” If your plans are tentative or we are not able to accommodate all interested candidates with interviews, please bring several copies of your resume and we’d be delighted to have you interact at several of our school spirit tables.
To apply for a job fair interview online, visit www.hcps.us and click employment opportunities by January 31. Then click on the HCPS Teacher Job Fair 2018 posting to create a profile that you can apply to the job fair posting as well to any specific job postings that develop over the spring and summer. Deadline to apply is January 31, 2018.
JMU's Center for STEM Education and Outreach would like to invite you to the USA Science & Engineering Festival: April 7-8, 2018 in Washington, D.C.
If you are interested in attending or presenting a STEM activity at the event, please complete the Google survey (https://goo.gl/forms/irv3N4Jp2QNXFpIz2). If you are selected to attend and/or present, you will be contacted by March 15. A JMU bus will shuttle the selected students to and from the conference on their specified day. For more information about participating, please contact Amanda Sawyer, email@example.com. Come enjoy a weekend of fun and discovery!
You are invited to attend and/or present a STEM activity at the USA Science & Engineering Festival April 6 - 8, 2018. Please identify if you would like to attend by including your email address on the Google Form above.
"Alex Odell, Principal of Mary Walter Elementary in Fauquier County, currently has a Special Education position open and is anticipating several vacant general education positions this spring. The school is a Title I school with a strong emphasis on team teaching so Special Educators teach collaboratively with general education teachers providing both teachers an opportunity to collaboratively use their skills with a wide variety of students in a way that values their expertise.
If you are interested in doing a preliminary phone interview, please contact Alex Odell at AOdell@FCPS1.org."
"If you are interested in living and working abroad, teaching English is truly the easiest way!
TEFL Worldwide Prague has been offering the on-site 120 hour 4-week TEFL certificate course since 2004. The course is Accredited and the TEFL certificate is Internationally Recognized. 95% of our graduates are Americans and so far we have 3,000 teachers who have gone on to teach in 60+ countries! Lifetime job guidance and support is provided. No previous teaching experience or second language is required. They can find more information at: www.teflworldwideprague.com.
If you are interested feel free to contact Cheryl Drabova firstname.lastname@example.org."
Check the PDF document below for more information!
"We are pleased to announce that the annual BALTIMORE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Teacher Job Fair will be held on March 24th!
Please see the attached flyer for details about the event.
They will have representatives from all 174 schools at the Fair. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to meet and interview with BCPS staff!
Questions should be directed to email@example.com."
Practice Makes Perfect (PMP), a NYC-based organization that partners with schools to provide academic summer programming for students in high-need communities, is seeking highly motivated sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduates and graduate students to serve" as their PMP Teaching Fellows.
"PMP’s intensive five-week program uses an innovative near-peer mentorship model that pairs struggling students in grades K-8 with high-achieving role models from the same community. Our competitive fellowship places students with an interest in education and a passion for narrowing the achievement gap in front of these classrooms in the schools that need them the most. PMP Teaching Fellows will undergo comprehensive training that prepares them for the rewarding responsibility of leading a classroom and will receive one-on-one support from a NYC-certified teacher throughout the summer. Our Teaching Fellows are instrumental in combating the summer learning loss and narrowing the achievement gap in NYC. This is a paid position."
If you are interested in making a difference this summer and in strengthening your future teaching resume, please see the job description below.
For more information and to apply, visit practicemakesperfect.org/summer or email Hannah Perkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JMU's Career and Academic Planning (CAP) office will be hosting a Teacher Recruitment Day on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 from 10am-4pm. The fair will take place from 10am-12pm; interviews will follow from 12pm-4pm.
"This annual PK-12 education job and interviewing fair is intended for fully or soon-to-be certified students interested in teaching positions. The event is limited to JMU students and alumni, and invited guests from Bridgewater College, Eastern Mennonite University, Mary Baldwin University, and Shenandoah University."
Please check the website below for more information: