If you’re looking for an experience to inspire you before starting the BEd, searching for meaningful opportunities between year 1 and year 2, or getting ready to apply to full time teaching positions post graduation, you’ve come to the right place!
TheTeacherCandidate offers a variety of resources to support your job search. You can start by checking out our Employment Resources page. In addition to a resume guide (created for teacher candidates by teacher candidates), you’ll find copies of employment workshop resources and presentation notes from past years.
Among our Education Job Postings, you’ll find opportunities for incoming and current teacher candidates, as well as graduates. For some positions, you’ll need to be OCT certified, but this is not a requirement for many other postings you’ll discover! If teaching in an Ontario public school is your goal, check out our helpful Apply to Education Guide – as you probably know, most boards post their Occasional Teacher lists here.
And don’t forget – if you’re going into year 1 or year 2, check TheTeacherCandidate blog over the summer months for updates on Transition to Professional Practice (T2P): your professional development series for the coming academic year!
Stay tuned for more updates on T2P this year! As teacher candidates grow from student to teacher, the Transition to Professional Practice (T2P) course guides experiential learning, professionalism, and job preparation over years 1 and 2 of the B.Ed. These important presentations, workshops, and professional development series are built into your timetable to ensure you won’t have any course conflicts. Additional details on each upcoming event will be communicated via the blog and OWL.
Hiring Math, English, and Science Teachers for various high schools across the UK…
Nelson is co-sponsoring the Visible Learning Foundation Day Institute 2-Day conference in Toronto in August 2018.
If you would like to take advantage of this professional development opportunity, use the below flyer and code to save USD $50 off the price of registration.
The Young People’s Theatre in Toronto is holding a ‘Children, Youth, and Performance’ conference which includes a full-day of workshops, networking opportunities, panels, performances and roundtable discussions for educators on Sunday June 24th. This event, held at the oldest and most well-known children’s theatre in the country, provides teachers with ideas and resources to use drama in classrooms, networking with researchers, educators and industry experts, and participating in unique workshops. The day includes lunch and refreshments.
This is an opportunity to learn new skills, take workshops, and set your resume apart. We are offering a significant discount to education students (covering all workshops, performances, food and refreshments available during the conference). All students receive the discounted fee of $40 plus tax, rather than $70 (regular).
You will have access to numerous workshops, performances, panels and sessions, covering a wide variety of topics, such as:
This is conference is an interactive and intimate setting; spaces are limited and fill up quickly. Register early to confirm your spot. Questions may be directed to email@example.com
We have many teaching opportunities for students majored in English or Education. If selected, they will be able to work in China as English teacher to little kids on a one-year contract. We believe it is a great opportunity for new graduates to work overseas and gain some experience.
How to apply: please send your resume & cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in working in a non-traditional academic environment? The National Ski Academy is a non-profit registered charity established in 1986 to provide an environment for student-athletes to maximize individual potential through the pursuit of alpine ski racing excellence, academic achievement and personal growth.
Gilbert Paterson Middle School provides a learning experience that promotes the development of academic, social and emotional, physical, and artistic attributes unique to early adolescence. We are committed to a secure, positive, challenging and exploratory approach in cooperation with parents and community.” We believe:
All students are capable of learning.
All students and staff have the right to learn and work in a safe, nurturing environment that supports their individual strengths and needs.
Our students and staff will recognize and appreciate the similarities as well as respect the differences among individuals and cultures.
The school promotes academic excellence by meeting the goals and objectives prescribed by Alberta Education.
Our school must foster the desire for life-long learning.
Our students must have the opportunity to participate in physical activities and to explore the practical and fine arts.
The integration of technology is valuable for teachers and learners.
Parents, students, staff and community are all stakeholders in education and must be mutually supportive in order to ensure a satisfying, productive and affirming school environment.
Students must take ultimate responsibility for their behavior. Stakeholders must work together to support appropriate social behavior and to foster independent decision-making, problem-solving and responsible self-discipline.
School staff should have the opportunity for collaborative decision-making and professional development. For more information on Gilbert Paterson, please visit the school’s website at http://gp.lethsd.ab.ca/About.php
Lethbridge School District is looking for individuals who demonstrate….
Subjects: We are looking for a Grade Middle School French Immersion Teacher to teach Math, Science and Technology that is enthusiastic, flexible, energetic team player who possess the following skills:
• Fluent in spoken and written French is a requirement.
• Possess strong teaching skills; including the areas of numeracy and ability to teach science using a hands on, project based approach.
• Willingness and desire to work in and contribute to a collaborative team environment and be involved in all aspects of the school community required.
• A commitment to team planning and strong organization and communication skills required.
• Ability to integrate technology and the ICT outcomes into the regular program and the ability to teach technology based option courses would be an asset.
Applicants must posses or be eligible to obtain an Alberta Teaching Certificate.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given preference.
In order to ensure and maintain a safe and secure working and learning environment, applicants new to Lethbridge School District No. 51 WHO ARE OFFERED EMPLOYMENT must provide:
The Ontario College of Teachers Scholarship Program awards scholarships that provide financial support to teacher candidates.
The program identifies exemplary role models and pays direct financial assistance to those with a passion for and dedication to the highest ideals of teaching.
The application period for the 2018-2019 scholarship program will open on Thursday, March 1, 2018 and close on Friday, June 29, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.
TEACHING POSITIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2018
TWO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AT London Community Hebrew Day School. All positions are half time. Secular teachers required for junior positions. Knowledge of Hebrew not required. CPR qualifications are an asset. OCT standing or pending necessary.
If interested please contact: email@example.com with resume.
Phone number: 519-439-8419
Location: 536 Huron Street, London
Lauren LeBlanc, a Canadian with 2 years of experience teaching in England, will be in London, Ontario on May 11 and 12. Lauren now works with Aurelia Education Ltd supporting newly graduated Canadian teachers in finding full-time jobs in England. She will be available to speak about any of the following:
If you would like to contact Lauren directly to arrange a time to chat while she is in town or via phone/skype:
289 686 3806