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.
As we put the finishing touches on a larger state-wide virtual career fair hosted by MSU (Date: Monday, May 11, 2020), keep an eye out for other fairs that will pop up. This week: Eastern Michigan’s virtual teacher fair. To access information for this event, please visit Handshake.
Chicago Public Schools is excited to be coming to campus on Monday April 8th for the MSU Teacher Fair. They are looking forward to meeting you! In addition to the fair they will be hosting an information session and conducting on-site interviews in Erickson Hall, Room 252 following the fair at 3:00 p.m.
If you are interested in learning more about the 3rd largest school district in the country, please register for the event here
. A confirmation email with details and updates will be sent prior to the event.
Questions? Please contact the CPS On-Campus Recruiter Isabelle Yumping (an MSU student) at email@example.com
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.
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.