11/2/2022 – Teachers of Color Virtual Job Fair November 2022
November 2, 2022 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm EDT
This job fair presents an excellent opportunity for schools and teaching candidates to participate in interviews, apply for open positions and discuss career opportunities. For over a decade, our events have connected hundreds of teachers, counselors, administrators, and schools. While most schools participate in this event primarily to hire teaching candidates, many schools are also looking to hire administrators, business office staff, instructional support staff, and other school support positions. All job seekers seeking employment at a school are encouraged to visit the participating school websites and explore employment options that align with their professional experience and career goals.
For schools & Exhibitors:
Meet with top-quality teaching candidates seeking employment in this state and those moving to this state. Conduct virtual interviews with dozens of teaching candidates—all in one day, in a single online environment setting. Present the benefits of school and career opportunities to experienced teachers and recent graduates, in an environment where you won’t feel the pressure that in-person events offer. Review resumes, post your jobs and recruit! View exhibitor packages and register at www.teacherjobfairs.org
For teachers & Job Seekers:
Meet with representatives from schools currently hiring. From the comfort of your home office, conduct interviews with multiple schools—all in one day, with a single click of a button. Ask questions and learn about the unique benefits of teaching at one of the schools. Interact with decision makers, obtain their direct email addresses and phone numbers so that you can follow up. Present your qualifications to hiring decision-makers in a casual setting, while comparing the unique aspects of several schools in the region. This event is free to job seekers. Register at www.teacherjobfairs.org
All employers attending this event and recruiting at Teacherjobfairs.org are Equal Opportunity Employers. All employers must abide by local, state and federal employment laws.