Who should attend? New and experienced job seeking teachers looking to find a job today. This session will be an opportunity for job-seeking teachers to ask questions about the job search process. Questions about applications, interviews, salaries, anything.
If you want to visit with schools and districts on your hot list, you should attend this short webinar session for tips and recommendations of how to navigate this virtual fair platform easily and efficiently. We’ll tell you how to enter a chatroom and get noticed immediately. You’ll also learn what to say once a recruiter engages in a chat with you. Finally, we’ll tell you the secret to scheduling an interview before leaving your chat session. It’s time to get hired!
Who should attend? The title speaks for itself, so don’t miss this opportunity for tips that’ll make you shine. You’ll also get to ask those questions no one has ever been able to answer for you. Marsha Hudson is a social media guru who has all the best secrets to social media success.
Who should attend? All career seeking teacher candidates interested in interviewing with HR Representatives and principals for a job.
Learn five simplified steps to job search more effectively in today’s digital world. We outline these steps to help job seekers understand today's job market, process, and challenges. We also cover how to communicate your value to recruiters and hiring managers in an impactful and meaningful way.
Who should attend? Job seeking teacher candidates.
Meet and greet the HR representatives and principals. COLLECT THE NAMES & NUMBERS OF THOSE WHO MATTER! Join the group chats, have a private audio, or video chat session with a representative. Get the answers to all your questions. Learn about the application process. Watch videos about the school districts. Visit over 100 school district booths on the same day.
Complete your registration and upload your resume. HR representatives and principals will be waiting to meet you at the event.
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.
Recruiters will schedule pre-screening interviews on the event day and conduct them through audio and video.
Diversity Recruitment Partners connect career-seeking candidates of diverse backgrounds, cultures and experiences with employers committed to recruiting and hiring a diverse workforce.
"The (April 15, 2020) Diversity in Ed Virtual Recruitment Fair was like no other as I had the opportunity to meet and speak with teacher candidates from across the nation. Everything from the aesthetic of the virtual fair to the overall support from the Diversity in Ed team was outstanding. I had over 200 booth visitors, many of which expressed interest in our district! I definitely recommend this education fair to all school districts interested in recruiting teacher talent!”
NYC Men Teach Diversity Recruitment Manager, New York City Department of Education
"When we think about diversity in education, we often think about diversity in ethnicity first and foremost, but DIVERSITY in Ed is also committed to expanding what diversity in education recruitment means. Diversity is also about diversity in strengths, approaches, and experiences. At the DIVERSITY in Ed Virtual Fair, the candidates we were able to attract were diverse in multiple ways, and our principals are very satisfied with the caliber of candidates.”
Recruitment & Engagement Specialist , Madison Metropolitan School District
"Diversity in Ed is the catalyst for bridging the higher education pre-service world to the classroom job opportunities for our future teachers. During this time, when collaboration is critical to the advancement of our education system, Diversity in Ed provides the resources, support and opportunities for educators to maximize their time and effort to focus on building a culturally competent workforce. Diversity in Ed is a go-to for any recruitment effort and diversity enhancement strategy!"
Joshua P. Cole, Ph.D.
Executive Director of Strategic Engagement, School of Education, Virginia Commonwealth University
"I write to share the news that our program’s proposal for a BA degree program in Japanese Studies at the College of William & Mary has been approved and to thank you for your invaluable support, which helped to make this possible… Diversity in Ed is precisely the sort of authoritative voice we needed to help make our case, and your letter made it so persuasively—we couldn’t have done it without you!"
Associate Chair of Faculty Affairs, Associate Professor of Japanese Studies, College of William & Mary