Teachers, specialists, school counselors, and other educators are encouraged to explore these events and services.
Lesley students and alumni can use Lesley Career Connection to review professional positions, view
and register for the Career Resource Center's workshops and events, and browse area job fairs. Are you registered yet on Lesley Career Connection? Alumni can access Lesley Career Connection by contacting the Career Resource Center at email@example.com with their full name, degree, program/major, and graduation date.
Designed by the Career Resource Center for Lesley educators, this checklist will help
you stay on track. See the Lesley Career Connection Resource Library on your Lesley
Career Connection home page.
Hiring officials will represent the following organizations: Boston Public Schools, Dedham Public Schools, and KIPP Charter Schools. In addition, two independent school search firms will be represented: CalWest Educators and Carney, Sandoe and Associates. There will be an opportunity to network with the representatives after the panel.
Typically offered each February and March, this one-stop workshop prepares teachers, specialists, and school counselors for the search for a school position:
Register for one of these workshops on Lesley Career Connection.
Last April, over fifty public, charter, and independent schools
attended the Expo. Students and alumni appreciated the opportunity
to network with employers, gain resume feedback, and engage in
screening interviews with some schools.
This large consortium job fair typically attracts over 80 organizations, many of which are from MA.
There are a number of job fairs held in the spring each year in the
greater Boston area and in other states. Some local schools and
districts hold their own job fairs and some consortia host
diversity fairs. For information on job fairs, go to the Career
Events tab in Lesley Career Connection.
Go to Lesley Career Connection and click on Resource Library to access hundreds of useful websites.
To view job search and networking handouts, go to the Lesley Career Connection Resource Library on your Lesley Career Connection homepage.
You will find local and national directories of schools focused on specific populations and religions in the Career Resource Center Library, Doble Hall, 4th floor.
Visit the Lesley Certification and Educator License Office for information.
Learn about a support system for recent alumni that provides consultation, small grants, and three meetings a year. Visit the New Teacher Community website for additional information.
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