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North County Event Connects Schools with Job Seekers

School districts and charter schools in North County will be hiring for a variety of teaching and non-teaching positions at a special Careers in Education Job Fair July 23.

The job fair, organized by the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE), will be held from 8 a.m. to noon at the North County Regional Education Center, 255 Pico Ave. in San Marcos.

“Attendees will have an opportunity to meet directly with human resources representatives from multiple north county districts and charters as well as others from around the San Diego County,” said Adina Sullivan-Marlow, one of the event coordinators. “There will also be opportunities with after-school and other expanded learning programs at the event, providing a great way for folks to begin a career in education.”

Register for one of the time slots below to attend.

Participants in past SDCOE job fairs said they appreciated the opportunity to secure interviews, get a feel of an organization’s culture, and speak directly with hiring directors.

“The fair was helpful in being able to get my resume out there and speak with several districts on a face-to-face level,” one participant said.

Many educational agencies will be looking to recruit new employees and substitute teachers to fill teaching and non-teaching positions, including after-school program staff, bus drivers, campus supervisors, child nutrition assistants, food service professionals, health clerks, instructional aides and assistants, maintenance workers, noon duty supervisors, and nurses.

This is an opportunity to make connections and a great first impression. Participants should dress professionally and bring copies of their resume and letters of recommendation. Some districts may interview on the spot, while others will collect your resume in anticipation of an opening within the district.

Find more information at SDCOE’s Educator Pathways website.


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