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Join Wilson Language Training (MA) for the July 21 Virtual Career Fair for Teachers and Staff

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Event Date: Thursday, July 21, 2 p.m.-6 p.m. ET, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. PT - join anytime your schedule allows! 

Looking for your next job in K-12 education? Join our virtual career fair to chat one-on-one with recruiters and land your next teaching or administrator job fast.

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Here’s what you can expect:  

• 1:1 chats with recruiters who are actively hiring teachers, administrators, and staff in a relaxed virtual environment. Connect via text-based chats and video (optional). You’ll receive tips and best practices to help you make the most of this virtual networking experience.

Hundreds of jobs for teachers, principals, and support staff. You’ll find jobs at large urban districts, small charter schools, and everything in between! With dozens of school districts in attendance, you can hop from booth to booth and speak with as many recruiters as you’d like.

Easy-to-use technology. 83% of candidates who attend our virtual career fairs say our plarform is easy to navigate and 79% said they are likely to attend again.

Fast progress on your job search. Chat with multiple recruiters in a short amount of time. Plus, when you complete your profile and upload your resume, some recruiters may reach out to you!

Wilson Language Training invites you to learn more about our organization and our extensive work, for almost three decades, dedicated to “Literacy for All.” Teacher knowledge and skill mastery is at the core of our mission, thus Wilson Language Training® (WLT) empowers individual educators, schools, and districts to achieve literacy with all students in their care.

Initially, WLT’s work focused on the education of teachers who were working with individuals with dyslexia. The Wilson Reading System® (WRS), and the professional learning certifications associated with it, were developed and established in the 1980s. That work continues today as we help schools and districts develop their own capacity to successfully educate their students with dyslexia. In fact, approximately 25,000 teachers in schools across America have achieved WRS Level I Certification.

Now, in addition to our school- and district-level in-service work, the Wilson certification models are embedded into several universities’ reading or special education graduate degree programs so that teachers are better prepared to teach the most challenged readers. Whether educators work with us in their schools/districts or at a university, our goal is the same: to give them a high-level of knowledge and skill with teaching reading and writing to all of their students.

While we prepare specialists to successfully teach individuals with dyslexia to read and write, we also recognize that all teachers benefit from a true depth of literacy knowledge. Teachers in grades K-3 have an enormous impact on the literacy development of each child in their classrooms, and they need support to successfully instruct all of their students. In 2002, Wilson expanded its programs and professional learning to the general education classroom teachers. We now help schools develop teacher-leaders by offering professional learning courses associated with our K-3 program, Fundations®. Teachers develop deep implementation skills, and equally important, they greatly expand their understanding about the reading and writing processes.

Finally, we assist educators with students in grades 4-12 and adults who have not solidified the foundational reading and writing skills necessary for success. Similar to our K-3 model, we offer extensive professional learning to teachers who deliver instruction to these students, resulting in the development of teacher-leader skills.

Our work is focused and intense—necessary elements for the critical work that we do. Our passion and belief that all individuals can find success has driven our organization since the mid-1980s. Our incredible team has expanded over the years so that now approximately 200 people work at WLT to support its mission.













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