Pennsylvania Teaching Jobs

pennsylvania teaching jobsInterested in Pennsylvania Teaching Jobs? Next Monday we’ll be at Pennsylvania State University to offer their education grads the same opportunity we did a couple weeks ago when we visited Rowan University to meet their impending graduates and to help them create a free profile to start their careers. We had a great turnout, with several soon-to-be-grads creating accounts, but we also meet various school administrators that were excited a new and easy way to locate teachers now exists.

As one district superintendent put it, “Jeez, this is awesome!”

In fact, we got interest from over 35 administrators who like us, 3 of whom created administrator profiles at the fair! The more teachers we can get for them, the better it will be for everyone.

And that’s the point.

Pennsylvania Teaching Jobs

Interested in Pennsylvania Teaching Jobs? Next Monday we’ll be at Pennsylvania State University to offer their education grads the same opportunity – to sign up, get seen and get hired. We’ll be on hand with tablets to help get teachers registered, and since it only takes 3 minutes why not add one more hiring resource to the repertoire?

Plus, it’s not just Penn State. We recently paired with Cabrini University, Eastern University, Gwynedd Mercy College and Holy Family University to help put their soon-to-be grads to work too.

Pennsylvania teaching jobs rank high! Pennsylvania is a great place to teach – the Keystone State is above the national average in starting salary, wage competitiveness and has an awesome average pupil-to-classroom ration of 15:1.

Remember, it’s not just about finding any job, but the right job. While Pennsylvania has an above-average rating as a state that holds on to its teachers, it’s not about taking the first job you’re offered. Sure, you can send resumes to every opening you find, but why? So administrators can spend hours wading through piles of resumes? And you sit by the phone hoping to get called?

Nah.

It’s not what either of you wants to deal with. All teachers preparing to graduate have worked hard to prove themselves, so why not get recruited? Fact is, while Pennsylvania treats their teachers well and retains most who are hired, the national trend is that more educators are needed around the country. Realizing that, districts know exactly what they’re looking for in a new hire. Why rummage through piles of resumes when they can use filters to find that teacher they need?

And that could be you.

Time to sign up, get seen and get hired for Pennsylvania teaching jobs.