One of the chief concerns education majors face upon entering the job market is whether employment will be available amidst the competition. New York City’s top graduate school Touro College Graduate School of Technology will take part in a Job Fair on March 20th and a Principal’s Panel seminar for educators in New York on March 21st.
The March 20th Job Fair, taking place from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in Room 214 at 946 Kings Highway, is open to all students and will provide attendees the opportunity to meet and speak with DOE representatives to discuss potential work opportunities and network with fellow job seekers. Be sure to bring an updated copy of your resume and share it with recruiters in attendance at the graduate school's event.
The Principal's Panel on March 21st, taking place from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm at Hunter College,will feature an informative seminar regarding how to apply for a teaching job with the Department of Education. All education majors of Touro College who are certified or will be certified to teach by September 1st, 2013, specializing within Bilingual Extensions, ESL K-12, Science grades 7 – 12, or Students with Disabilities, are invited to attend.
The Department of Education’s methods of accepting teachers are selective and require applicants to prepare writing samples, submit resumes, and undergo fingerprinting and identification. Through an open discussion with various school principals, attendees will learn about the hiring deadlines for application to the New York City Department of Education, as well as interviewing tips, certification needs, and skills needed.
Touro College Graduate School of Technology provides opportunities for future educators entering the market to learn about teaching jobs with the New York City Department of Education, all while making vital employment connections.