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San Diegans Find Employment at Recent Education Job Fair

More than 250 people learned more about job opportunities at local schools recently at the Careers in Education Job Fair, including more than 20 people who were hired at the event.

The job fair was put on by the San Diego County Office of Education (SDOCE) in partnership with Point Loma Nazarene University to bring qualified and diverse applicants into important teaching and non-teaching positions at local schools. There were 42 educational agencies that participated.

“The job fair was a wonderful experience,” said a representative of Audeo Charter School who attended the event. “The atmosphere was professional, inviting, and energetic.”

Participants were excited to return to an in-person event after SDCOE had hosted several virtual job fairs over the last couple of years.

“The event was a great opportunity for local schools as well as job hunters,“ said Dr. Sheiveh Jones, executive director of teacher effectiveness and preparation for SDCOE. “The pandemic has shown us the importance of schools in their community, and having the right people in place to help our young people and families is more important than ever.”

The next SDCOE Careers in Education Job Fair is being planned for July 23 in North County. 

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