School District Hiring Fairs
The California School of Education at Alliant International University is hosting three open house-style School District Hiring Fairs on January 21, 2017 from 10am-2pm in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
This is an open invitation to all experienced and aspiring educators who want to learn about the career opportunities available to make an impact in our school systems.
Register today for this free event!
San Diego | Register Here
Alliant International University | 10455 Pomerado Rd. | San Diego, CA 92131
Los Angeles | Register Here
Alliant International University | 1000 South Fremont Avenue | Alhambra, CA 91803
San Francisco | Register Here
Alliant International University | 1 Beach Street | San Francisco, CA 94133
Participating School Districts
School Districts will be on hand to meet with you about current and anticipated openings, the process to become a credentialed teacher, counselor, or school psychologist, and the benefits of these rewarding careers in California.
Career Information Sessions will also take place so you can get information about the hiring process, education programs–including credentials or degrees–and how to prepare for a career in education that makes an impact for our children!
Participating School Districts & Agencies
Who Should Attend
The invitation to this free event is open to the public as we work with California school districts to adequately staff our schools and prepare our future citizens. This is a great opportunity for:
- Teachers wanting to learn more about growth in the education field;
- Anyone looking to change their career path into teaching, school counseling, or psychology;
- Those seeking educational leadership opportunities.
Register Here for the location nearest you!
The California Teacher Shortage
Education is the great equalizer, the most powerful path to success, and the most valuable asset in the modern era. Yet, the next generation’s ability to get a quality education is being threatened by one of the worst teacher shortage crises in modern history. We need teachers, school counselors, and school psychologists now!