On May 11, 2020 MSU, along with several other public institutions in Michigan, will host the very first virtual teacher fair. Registration is required ahead of time for all participants on the careereco website and is FREE for MSU candidates. As of April 21st, there are almost 100 school districts participating.
So how do you prepare for a virtual career fair? Find out by participating in the Virtual Career Fair Prep Webinar on April 28 @ 4 PM (EST). Registration is required to receive log in information. Additional resources can be found here.
For questions, contact your College of Education Career Consultant – Pepa Casselman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information to come later this week about the 2020 virtual career fair for MSU teachers that will occur on March 11. Until then, here is another fair coming up later this month if you want to check it out. RSVP required.
The California Center on Teaching Careers (The Center) invites you to explore a career in teaching in California through a VIRTUAL career fair. Teacher candidates can join the event from a laptop, tablet, or mobile device and connect with teacher preparation representatives and/or school district administrators to chat or simply browse. No traveling required!
The Virtual Fair will take place on November 27-30, 2018, and will run all 4 days from 3:00pm – 7:00pm, PST.
To attend this event, you must register online. Registration instructions and information is attached or simply click here. The Center recommends that all candidates upload a current resume. Registration information should reflect your teaching interest, the California regions you are interested in teaching, or region interest for participation in a teacher preparation program. The Virtual Fair platform will match candidates to agencies using information provided by candidates!
Once a candidate registers for the virtual event, they are able to login and view the virtual platform. The platform will go live on November 27 at 3:00 pm. Registration closes November 23, 2018. Please review the FAQs as well as the registration flyer linked below.
Candidate Virtual Fair FAQ November 2018
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The mission of the Center is to elevate the teaching profession through attracting new and existing talent to impact teaching and learning in California’s 21st Century classrooms. Please visit us at californiateach.org. We look forward to your participation at the 2018 Fall Virtual Teaching Careers Fair!
We know that not all of you are still looking for a job, but for those of you who are, face-to-face interactions with possible employers can be key to landing a job. Career Fairs can be a great way to make this connection.
For those of you who may want to move south…
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) is having a Teacher Career Fair on Thursday, July 19, 2018. Team CMS is looking to fill the remaining vacancies for the upcoming 2018-19 school year. CSM is a dynamic, award winning school district in Charlotte, North Carolina.
For job postings, click here.
A question I’ve been getting a lot lately is when do I know when to share my professional documents (i.e., resume, cover letter, references, portfolio) with potential employers? Frustratingly, the best answer is…it depends! Here are some highlights to help you navigate.
More virtual fairs to think about – especially for those thinking about teaching out-of-state. Check the CareerEco site for even more fair options.
Many school districts offer their own Teacher Fairs throughout the year to recruit future teachers. It’s never a bad idea to get face-to-face with these employers to express your interest (even if it’s a few years from now)! Keep your eyes and ears open for others this winter, spring, and early summer.
Not all school districts attend university-run teacher fairs. Some choose to host their own job fairs to attract teachers to their schools. It is best to consider both networking options as a job seeker so you don’t miss any opportunity to teach at the school of your dreams.
As the year winds down and you bring your lead teaching to a close, you may find yourself feeling relieved, yet overwhelmed by the fact that you don’t yet have a paid teaching position lined up for the fall. But don’t worry! In this post, we will run through some of the most effective ways to search open positions and get you on track to becoming a paid Spartan teacher. Continue reading