Developing, supporting and sustaining a high-quality, prepared and collaborative education workforce is a high priority of the Michigan Department of Education (MDE). That’s why MDE is hosting three Educator Workforce Job Fairs across the state to connect job seekers and those hiring teachers, subs, bus drivers, custodians, paras, secretaries, admins, and any other education-related positions. Please consider attending one or more of the following events:
- May 10 – Lansing (campus of Lansing Community College West)
- June 12 – Marquette (campus of Northern Michigan University)
- Aug. 5 – Livonia (campus of Schoolcraft College)
Registration for each Job Fair is required. Please reserve your spot ASAP by visiting MDE’s Job Fair website and clicking on the specific event location. Each of the Job Fairs will be held from 1-5 p.m. and are free for all job-seeking candidates.
For more information regarding MDE’s Educator Workforce Job Fairs, please visit: http://bit.ly/MIeducatorJobFairs.
Lansing School District will be hosting a career fair on Saturday March 23, 2019 from 10am – 2pm at the Eastern Fieldhouse.
On site interviews will take place during the event and verbal jobs offers will be extended to candidates who meet the criteria during the career fair!
Available positions include the following:
- teachers (all grades)
- guest teachers
- substitute teachers
- instructional assistants
- pre school teachers
- special ed teachers
For more information, contact Kyron Harvell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
The CPS Talent Acquisition team cordially invites anyone seeking teaching opportunities within CPS to networking events coming up on May 30th and June 9th 2018. School leaders that are attending will be seeking candidates for teaching roles for the 2018-2019 school year. Please CLICK HERE to register.
CPS school leaders are eager to connect with you and answer any questions you may have about their school and/or the district. We encourage you to bring copies of your resume and be prepared to have 1:1 conversations with administrators.
What to bring: photo identification, resumes, questions to ask
What to expect: Networking event with administrators who are looking to hire
Parking: Parking lot has limited spaces available and street parking is available around the building.
More and more, schools are offering virtual fairs to candidates for an easy and low maintenance (i.e., low cost) way to recruit. Check out this one from Prince William county Public Schools in Northern Virginia.
Missed this event? Google “virtual teacher fair” for others around the country.
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.