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It’s Not Too Early to Think About Your Job Search
posted by: Melissa | December 07, 2017, 09:02 PM   

During this season, where a teacher will be working in the next academic year may be the last thing on their mind, however, this is the time of year where teachers who will be changing jobs need to start planning. It is in this winter season that schools and districts begin to assess their needs, plan their recruiting efforts, and post the first jobs for the upcoming school year.


Educators looking for new positions also need to start their job search efforts now. As you plan, take a look at these resources to help you make the most of your job search:


Job Listings

Teachers-Teachers

K-12jobs.com

SchoolSpring

EdJoin

TopSchoolJobs


Job Search Advice

How to Find Your Dream Teaching Job

8 Tips for Finding Teaching Jobs You’ll Love

Job Search Advice from Current Teachers

Principals Offer Advice to Job Seekers

Job Fair Advice


Resume Tips

Resume Guide: Educators, Counselors, and Administrators

Resume and Cover Letters for Educators

Teacher/Education Resume Examples

4 Quick and Simple tips for Improving Your Teaching Resume


Interview Advice

Teacher Interview Questions and Best Answers

Advice for the First Teaching Job Interview

Job Interview Tips from Angela Watson

Job Interview Advice for Teachers from Jennifer Gonzalez


General Resources

Education World’s Job Search Resources Page

AAEE’s 2018 Job Search Handbook for Educators

The Ultimate Guide to Getting a Job as a Teacher

Confessions of a Teacher Recruiter


And don’t forget, NWPE's national partner, AAE, keeps a jobs bank just for its members! Email melissa@aaeteachers.org for more information!


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