Edjoin is the job board where you will find teaching and non-teaching positions. For most postings, you'll also apply directly on Edjoin. Our Edjoin Guide PDF includes details on how to create a profile, search for positions, and submit applications. You may also find one of our Edjoin webinar recordings helpful, also.
Substitute teaching is a fantastic way to get a sense of what teaching is like while also providing an opportunity for the school administrators and teachers to meet you and see what a great asset you can be to a school site/district. This can open the doors to an internship if there is a need at the site and you are seen as a good fit. Why not!?!?! We can provide you the tools to be a well-prepared and impressive substitute teacher through our Substitute Teacher Training.
The SDCOE Credentials and Fingerprinting team can assist!
See the website for full details but the basics are as follows:
Submit an Official Transcript to the SDCOE showing your Bachelor’s degree or higher. Electronic transcripts must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the university directly. Paper copies of Official Transcripts can be mailed directly from the university to:
San Diego County Office of Education
6401 Linda Vista Road, Room 104
San Diego, CA 92111
It is highly recommended to get multiple copies (if don’t already have your own copy) - One to send to SDCOE and at least one additional copy for yourself to have on hand if needed. You may be able to request official transcripts and sent directly to SDCOE electronically through university portals including the National Student Clearinghouse.