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!
California Creative Learning Academy & California Creative Learning Academy Middle School is not just a place, it is a way of being. Exploring the world through creative processes allows us to cultivate the skills of creativity, curiosity, empathy and connection, as we mindfully learn to create what we imagine as a mindset. At CalCreative, we feel, construct and assimilate our connections to the world and each other, through stories, inquiry, investigation, reflection, and art. We feel emotionally connected to our world and our communities, because they are us and we are them.
As a philosophy of learning, we value learning through creative processes as authentic catalysts for social change in education. Creative learning is the change needed in education that creates a connected society that cares for one another and values inclusivity and diversity throughout our shared experience. As a way of being, we are helping to create a society that deeply values what it means to be human as a creative process.
Through valuing arts integration as a process that actively engages students in their learning through self-expression, identifying multiple perspectives and developing one’s own sense of self and voice, LFCSA developed a model that represents what is needed most in education. This innovative model also included the values of social and emotional learning and project-based learning.
The model has now become California Creative Learning Academy. A way of being that cultivates creativity, curiosity, empathy and connection, as a mindset mindfully relating to our shared experience in an empowered state as a creative process.