CPS OSI and AUSL Teacher and Guidance Counselor Career Fairs
CPS | Chicago IL 60601 USA | Full Time - School Year | Revised: 02/13/2012
Committed Urban Educators Wanted!
THE CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS—OFFICE OF SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT (OSI) in conjunction with
THE ACADEMY OF URBAN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP (AUSL)
High School High Need Subject Area** Teacher/Guidance Counselor Career Fair
Monday, March 5, 2012
Elementary School High Need Subject Area** Teacher/Guidance Counselor Career Fair
Saturday, April 28, 2012
For more informatoin visit:: http://www.cpsturnaround.org/wanted.jsp
Chicago Public Schools is committed to providing all children with access to a world-class education in their own community so they can graduate from high school both college and career ready.
In some instances schools are not meeting the academic needs of our students. Far too many under-performing schools are not preparing our children for college and career, while achievement gaps continue to widen for African American and Latino students. CPS is committed to put each student's academic achievement and safety above all else to ensure that every child has access to a high quality education in every community.
OSI and AUSL serve as pioneers in the national movement of improving underperforming schools. Both bring people together improve quality education throughout Chicago with whole school reform initiatives, also known as Turnaround, Transformation and Restart.
OSI and AUSL will host two career fairs to find the most talented certified teachers and school personnel who are committed to providing all children with access to world-class education in their own community.
Please view the links below to learn more information about our schools and mission.
*Registration is required. Registration for the High School fair will close promptly at Noon (12:00 p.m. C.S.T.) on Monday, February 27th or when the event has reached capacity. Registration for the Elementary School fair will close promptly at Noon (12:00 p.m. C.S.T.) on Wednesday, April 18thor when the event has reached capacity. Due to space limitations, candidates certified K-12 should choose the type of school level they would prefer to work in and attend that event. Share with your interviewer if you are interested in being considered for both levels. Attendance at one event is sufficient.
**Eligibility to attend the High School Career Event: Candidate must obtain ISBE licensure for high school (type 09 or special type 10 or their equivalents) prior to the beginning of the 2012-13 school year with endorsements in the following areas:
Art; Bilingual/ESL; Learning Behavior Specialist (LBSI) Special Education; Math; Music—Band, Choral; Reading, Physical Education, Science; School Service Personnel-Guidance, Social Workers
*** Eligibility to attend the Elementary School Career Event: Candidate must obtain ISBE licensure for elementary school (type 03 or special type 10 or their equivalents) prior to the beginning of the 2012-13 school year with endorsements in the following areas:
Art; Bilingual/ESL; Learning Behavior Specialist (LBSI) Special Education; Math; Music; Reading, Physical Education, Science; School Service Personnel-Guidance, Social Workers
|Location||Chicago, IL, United States|
|Categories||Curriculum, Guidance/Counseling, Professional Development/Instr. Coach, Special Education Director|
|Organization Type||Public School|
|Grade Level||Elementary 1-3, Elementary 4-6, Middle School/Junior High, High School|
|Teaching field||Art/Media Arts, Computer/Technology, ESL/ESOL, Health/Physical Education, Music/Instrumental, Mathematics, Music/Chorus, Reading Specialist, Science, Natural, Special Education, Bilingual Education, Media Specialist/Librarian, Career/Vocational Education|
|Contact Name||Must register via link provided|
|How to apply||Applications are no longer accepted for this job posting.|