10 Benefits of Attending a DIVERSITY in Ed Job Fair



THE DIVERSITY IN ED RECRUITMENT FAIRS OFFER THOUSANDS OF JOB-SEEKING CANDIDATES GREAT OPPORTUNITIES TO

  1. Speak directly with recruiters of over 100 schools and districts nationwide
  2. Circulate your résumé
  3. Obtain school and district application packets
  4. Learn about employment process
  5. Learn about schools and districts mentor programs and on-boarding process
  6. Engage in informational or employment interviews
  7. Attend career development webinars
  8. Meet with career coaches and résumé writers
  9. Get hired!
  10. It’s FREE to participate


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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Webinars for HR, Education Leaders and Teachers

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Complete your registration and upload your resume. HR representatives and principals will be waiting to meet you at the event.

APPLY TO SCHOOL OPENINGS

Get the chance to source over 100 schools and districts nationwide, apply in real-time, and put your resume in front of key decision makers.

GET INTERVIEWED & HIRED

Recruiters will schedule pre-screening interviews on the event day and conduct them through audio and video.

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Participating Schools & Districts

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& DISTRICT EXHIBITORS IN 2021 & 2022



Alamance Burlington School System (North Carolina)

Alaska Teacher Placement (Alaska)

Anne Arundel County Public Schools (Maryland)

Burlington School District (Vermont)

Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (North Carolina)

Cherokee County School District (Georgia)

Clark County School District (Nevada)

Colorado Academy (Colorado)

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools (North Carolina)

Duval County Public Schools (Florida)

Empowerment Academy (New Jersey)

Fairfax County Public Schools (Virginia)

Flagstaff Unified School District (Arizona)

Florida Virtual Schools (Florida)

Flossmoor School District 161 (Illinois)

Forsyth County Schools (Georgia)

Garland ISD (Texas)

Gwinnett County Public Schools (Georgia)

Hartford Public Schools (Connecticut)

Indian River School District (Delaware)

KIPP NJ/Miami Charter Public Schools New Jersey/Miami)

KIPP Regional Charter Public Schools (New York)

Lee's Summit R7 School District (Missouri)

Liberty Public Schools (Missouri)

Loudoun County Public Schools (Virginia)

Old Rochester Regional School District (Massachusetts)

PA Virtual Charter School (Pennsylvania)

Pinellas County Schools (Florida)

Prince William County Public Schools (Virginia)

Pueblo County School District 70 (Colorado)

School District of Indian River County (Florida)

St. Coletta of Greater Washington (DC)

St. Johns County School District (Florida)

St. Mary's County Public Schools (Maryland)

Stride Inc. (Virginia)

School District U-46 (Illinois)

School District of Lee County (Florida)

Framingham Public Schools (Massachusetts)

North Side Community School (Missouri)

Oakwood School (California)

College Achieve Public Schools (New Jersey)

Fay School (Massachusetts)

Frederick County School District (Maryland)

Lycée Français de New York (New York)

New Trier High School (Illinois)

Saint Andrew’s School (Florida)

Uncommon Schools (New York)

Explore Schools (New York)

The Next Step Public Charter School (DC)

Lynn Public Schools (Massachusetts)

New Heights Academy Charter School (New York

Alachua County Public Schools (Florida)

East Ramapo CSD (Spring Valley, New York)

Joliet Public School District 86 (Illinois)

Southwest Leadership Academy Charter School (Pennsylvania)

Prospect Hill Academy Charter School (Massachusetts)

William S. Hart Union High School District (California)

Aspire Public Schools (California)

The Charter High School for Law & Social Justice (New York)

Poudre School District (Colorado)

St. Louis Language Immersion Schools (Missouri)

Waterbury Public Schools (Colorado)

Rock Hills Schools (South Carolina)

River Delta Unified School District (California)

Lighthouse Community Public Schools (California)

Briarwood School (Texas)

Brooklyn Urban Garden Charter School (New York)

Lancaster. Country Day School (Pennsylvania)

Alexandria City Public Schools (Virginia)

Belmont Charter Network (Pennsylvania)

DC Scholars Public Charter School (DC)

Verona Area School District (WI)

Downers Grove Community High School District 99 (Illinois)

Caroline County Schools (Virginia)

Louisa County Public Schools (Virginia)

The Prairie School (Wisconsin)

CREST Collaborative (Massachusetts)

Whin Music Community Charter School (New York)

Carney, Sandoe & Associates (Massachusetts)

Catlin Gabel School (Oregon)

Capital Prep Schools (Connecticut and New York)

College Community School District (Iowa)

Navigator Schools (California)

Kent County Public School (Maryland)

Fauquier County Government and Public Schools (Virginia)

Fort Mill School District (South Carolina)

Mount Greylock Regional School District (Massachusetts)

Hebrew Public Charter Schools for Global Citizens (New York)

Quakertown Community School District (Pennsylvania)

Harrisonburg City Public Schools (Virginia)

Teach Western Mass (Massachusetts)

Anchorage School District (Alaska)

Charter Schools USA

Cheshire Academy (Connecticut)

Community Academy of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania)

Prodeo Academy (Minnesota)

Wayne County Public Schools (North Carolina)

Widefield School District 3 (Colorado)

Mundo Verde Public Charter School (DC)

Princeton Charter School (New Jersey)

Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools (Virginia)

Stephen Gaynor School (New York)

Laurens 55 School District (South Carolina)

Lakewood City School District (Ohio)

KIPP SoCal Public School (California)

Washington State Charter Association (Washington)

St. Tammany Parish Public Schools (Louisiana)

Arlington Public Schools (Virginia)

Revere Public Schools (Massachusetts)

Lake County Schools (Florida)

Carney Sandoe (Massachusetts)

Dawson School (Colorado)

Virgin Islands Montessori School

Aclipse Recruiting (International)

Messmer Catholic Schools (Wisconsin)

Battle Creek Public Schools (Michigan)

Frequently Asked Questions

The Virtual Recruitment Fair is an online career fair platform that extends the opportunity for new and experienced job-seekers to connect with employers looking to recruit and hire diverse talent. (Mobile devices, tablets, laptops, and desktops are all compatible.)
Yes, every new and experienced, job seeking is welcomed.
  • Find open career opportunities that match your interests and qualifications
  • Upload resumes and other supporting documents for employers to review
  • Review in-depth career and company information prior to virtual career fair to customize resumes
  • Engage in real-time individual and group chats with recruiters
  • Apply to jobs and schedule interviews
  • It’s FREE to participate
  • Review the organizations' profiles in advance.
  • Develop a strategy - which employers do you most want to speak with?
  • Prepare questions before joining a chat session, or if you prefer, you can review others' questions in the public chat.
  • Write your elevator pitch, which you should strictly use in private interactions with employers (do not post these in the public chat room).
  • Not all employers will send email invitations to their chat sessions so join the event and visit employers that interest you. You are welcome to visit any chat sessions during the fair.
Everyone's goals & outcomes will be different. Here are some possibilities:
  • Research the employment market
  • Determine which positions are a strong match for your background
  • Submit job applications to employers' existing openings
  • Secure an interview during or after the event
Some employers use this forum for screening (and interviews take place afterward) while others conduct phone interviews, video interviews, or schedule in-person interviews during or after the event. Many employers make job offers to candidates found through the virtual career fairs.
Important: Joining employers’ chat sessions is the first step in potentially securing a job offer.
Register at https://diversityined.vfairs.com or the state specific recruitment fair of your interest. Pre-registration is already open and will be open through the end of the day of the Career Fair. Register early to give yourself time to study the list of participating employers and opportunities.
Upload your resume immediately after registering so employers will have access to it. Uploading your resume and/or cover letter is the first step in making your materials available to participating employers. After you upload your documents into the system, they are visible immediately for review by employers. Companies may begin screening resumes prior to the event and invite you to visit their specific chat sessions and/or schedule video interviews before, during, or after the event hours.
Participants need only a computer and internet access to participate. Webcams, avatars, and photos are NOT required. Interactions between employers and participants will be primarily through text chatting. (Employers do have the ability to initiate one-on-one video chats with you. If this is the case, you should be dressed as if you were going on an interview. Make that first impression a good one! We also recommend you check what is visible behind you so that there is nothing to distract the recruiter.) Note: it is acceptable to indicate to an employer that you are unable to video chat, if this is not an option for you at the time of the request.
For the best experience, participants should log on using an up-to-date version of Google Chrome (preferred) or Firefox from a desktop/laptop; these are required to be able to view/hear any multimedia broadcasts presented by employers. The most up-to-date versions of Safari, Internet Explorer 11, and Microsoft Edge will also work.
Check out the list of registered employers. Employers will continue to register leading up to the Virtual Recruitment Fair, so make sure to check back for an updated list.
When logged into your account, click the Jobs tab. Review job postings and be informed about available positions and how to apply (and then you can formulate your questions for the chat room). Not all employers post positions.
An employer will host a chat room where you and other participants can ask questions and converse. The organization representatives will be listed once you are in the room. Private chatting is also possible between participants and employers.
Yes, but this is completely up to the employer. Some employers use this forum for screening (and interviews take place afterward) while others conduct phone interviews, video interviews, or schedule in-person interviews during or after the event. Many employers make job offers to candidates found through the virtual recruitment fairs.
Important Note: Joining employers’ chat sessions is the first step in potentially securing an interview that may lead to a job offer.
You will need a webcam to participate in video chats or receive their audio/video broadcasts.
There is not a waiting list, just a natural ebb and flow of visitors. Recruiters may have a lot of traffic (just as in a live fair) and cannot reach everyone immediately. Remember that patience is highly appreciated by the recruiters and the right job is worth the wait!
  • Access a national pool of job-seeking candidates of bilingual and diverse backgrounds
  • Manage your own company chat room and sessions with unlimited recruiters
  • Interact with candidates as a group or privately
  • Tool to conduct video interviews
  • Access to search and screen resumes from database of registered candidates
  • Company profile, logo, and job postings
  • Technology to include pre-recoded video presentations and/or live presentations
  • Save time, travel, and staff required to participate in all day, on-site events
  • Eliminate transportation and overhead costs associated with booth design and production
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