Interested in teaching abroad? Check out some local (and semi-local) job fairs specifically for international opportunities.
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.
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.
Detroit Public Schools Community District is offering immediate employment to any (music/art/exercise health science) major who is interested in teaching in the district upon completion of a teacher certification program. Interested candidates should complete this brief interest survey. The district will then be in touch with candidates to guide them through the teacher certification process and discuss the next steps for employment.
It’s true, not every teacher wants to teach in a traditional classroom. Michigan Virtual School (MVS) offers teaching positions for certified teachers that allows the flexibility of living anywhere while providing new and exciting challenges that wouldn’t be experienced in any other type of teaching experience. The good news is, MVS is looking for 26 new iEducators this May!
Now is a good time to start thinking about where you want to teach at the end of your program and how to find these opportunities. I’d recommend that you start this search by using Handshake to help you identify possible opportunities or potential school districts of interest. Although Handshake is just one job search resource, if they’re posting on Handshake they REALLY want to hire an MSU teacher.
Every once in a while an intern gets through his/her student teaching and decides that classroom teaching is not for them. And guess what, that’s OK! If this is how you’re feeling, read on.