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Planning (or continuing) a career in PK-12 education? This event is for YOU!

The American Association for Employment in Education, a national non-profit organization, is excited to host an in-person Education Career Fair in Baltimore, MD featuring dozens of school systems (scroll down to see which employers have registered to attend). The event will be held from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, October 26 at the Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor (401 W Pratt Street).

Come explore options, gather information, and interact with representatives about current and future employment opportunities. The first 100 candidates to arrive will receive a complimentary copy of AAEE's 2023 Job Search Handbook for Educators!

After registering for the event, candidates will receive an email from AAEE with instructions for parking nearby. HUGE thanks to LAZ Parking and Shore United Bank for supporting this event!

Click HERE to register!


There's no denying it...educator recruitment is now a year-round responsibility. Whether you have current vacancies to fill, anticipate second semester needs, need to be ready for mid-year turnover, or just want to improve your pipeline, it's critical to continue your efforts. The educator shortage is real and competition for candidates is fierce, so you want to stay at the head of the pack!

Educator job fairs provide an excellent opportunity to share your brand (what makes you special), ensure visibility, and generate interest in your school system, and the American Association for Employment in Education (AAEE) is proud to support you in that effort.

Register to attend our in-person Education Career Fair (October 26) to connect with educator candidates exploring employment options. You will:

  • Make meaningful connections with teacher candidates and establish relationships
  • Collect resumes from candidates interested in specific positions or your district in general
  • Educate candidates about what makes you an employer worth considering
  • Ensure candidates know the next steps in your hiring process

Click HERE to register!

Recruiting Organizations

Alachua County Public Schools

Outstanding academic achievement and innovative, high-quality educational programs are the

hallmarks of Alachua County Public Schools.


The district serves about 28,000 students in 39 schools and centers. It is consistently ranked as a high-

performing school district in Florida. Our students consistently outperform their peers across the state, nation and globe on the SAT, ACT, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate exams and other national and international benchmarks. They also regularly earn state, national and international recognition for their achievements in academics/STEM, the arts, athletics and community service.


Alachua County Public Schools boasts outstanding teachers, magnet programs catering to the special needs of academically talented/gifted students, a wide variety of career academies that prepare students for success in college and the workplace, state-of-the-art classroom technology, robust art and music education, a wide variety of extracurricular activities and a full range of support services to meet the needs of a diverse student population.


The district also provides significant support for teachers and staff, particularly those who are new to

the district and/or the teaching profession.


Alachua County Public Schools and its students benefit from strong community support and

outstanding partnerships with the University of Florida and Santa Fe College.

Alaska Teacher Placement

Alaska Teacher Placement is the clearinghouse for educators seeking employment at all of Alaska's school districts. We host the state-wide online application system and job bank, have resources about living and working in Alaska, links to teacher blogs to see our schools and communities, and an online forum to get questions answered by educators around the state. All our services are free to educators.

Boulder Valley School District

Located in the Colorado foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) stretches from the Continental Divide's peaks to Denver's suburbs. The District spans over 500 square miles and 11 communities and serves more than 31,000 students in our 56 schools. BVSD is a leader in academic excellence with outstanding staff, exemplary schools, and programs supporting student achievement. Our commitment to equity is the foundation of our work and promotes an inclusive culture where students and staff can feel comfortable and thrive. The District consistently ranks among the top three of Colorado's large Front Range school districts – and often as the TOP District – as measured by state and national academic rankings. 

At BVSD, we believe in school autonomy, which means that our school leaders- those closest to our students and instruction- can make decisions to best meet the needs of their community. At BVSD, we are All Together For All Students. Our more than 4,000 dedicated staff ensure that we create challenging, meaningful, and engaging learning opportunities so that all children thrive and are prepared for successful, civically engaged lives. We are committed to hiring diverse candidates who bring high-quality skills and knowledge. We are looking for individuals with a growth mindset and seeking opportunities to collaborate with colleagues and the community to create an exceptional learning experience for kids.

To learn more about BVSD, visit us at the career fair and take a virtual tour at  

Carroll County Public Schools

Carroll County Public Schools is located near both the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan areas. Today, over 25,200 students are enrolled in our schools, ranking us as the 10th largest school system in the state of Maryland. The Carroll County Public School System ranks as one of the top performing school systems in the state of Maryland. Instructional staff are continually recognized at the state and national levels for their performance with numerous awards. The educational programs developed in the Carroll County Public School System are also recognized statewide and nationally for their high standards and innovative approaches. Carroll County students consistently score above state and national averages on standardized student assessments. Carroll County also has one of the highest graduation rates and lowest dropout rates in the state. Carroll County Public Schools focuses on excellence by preparing students to be globally competitive, addressing the needs of individual students, maintaining an effective workforce, and ensuring students are educated in safe and orderly environments.

Culpeper County Public Schools

A rural school division in the Piedmont Area of Virginia. Six elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. Located 65 miles south of Washington, D.C., 40 miles west of Fredericksburg, and 45 miles north of Charlottesville.  

DC Public Schools

Teach in the Nations Capital

The District of Columbia Public School System (DCPS) is proud to be one of the fastest-improving urban school districts in the nation. Located in the nation's capital, Washington, DC, we serve approximately 50,000 students through the efforts of approximately 4,000 educators in 117 schools. As part of a comprehensive reform effort to become the preeminent urban school system in America, DCPS intends to have the highest-performing, best paid, most satisfied, and most honored educator force in the nation and a distinctive central office staff whose work supports and drives instructional excellence and significant achievement gains for DCPS students. 

Denton Independent School District

Denton Independent School District - located about 25 miles north of Dallas and Fort Worth – encompasses 186 square miles and contains all or parts of 18 cities, communities, or major developments. The district serves students in PK – 12.

Located in the city of Denton, the county seat for Denton County, the school district has a rich history. The district has continued to grow and is currently one of the fastest-growing school districts in North Texas.

Although it covers a large area, Denton ISD's unique small-town community environment separates it from the growing, larger suburban school districts within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Denton ISD is able to offer all the programs available from larger school districts while maintaining a small community climate.

We are empowering lifelong learners to be engaged citizens who positively impact their local and global community.

Douglas County School District

The Douglas County School District is Colorado's third-largest school district, serving 64,000 students in preschool through twelfth-grade and 8,600 employees. 

Douglas County School District teachers and staff are leaders of public education in Colorado, with many innovative educational approaches tailored to our students. Support and coordination can be found at the District level, but each school has the flexibility to build its own instructional programs. Parents can find many different choices through the District such as open enrollment, charter schools, instruction for gifted and talented students, magnet schools, an International Baccalaureate program, Advanced Placement courses and other special programs. Our vision is to "create responsible citizens who contribute to society." We strive to maintain a well-researched, integrated and standards-based curriculum, a rich array of extracurricular offerings and strong community involvement.

Duval County Public Schools

Duval County Public Schools is the 20th largest school district in the nation and the sixth largest school district in Florida, with over 160 schools serving 128,000 students. The district is committed to ensuring that our students are prepared for success in college or a career, and life. We are dedicated to hiring talented, diverse professionals who will lead our mission of providing educational excellence in every school, in every classroom, for every student, every day. Find your family, make a difference, and live the life in sunny Jacksonville, Florida—Join Team Duval today!

East Windsor Regional Schools

East Windsor Regional School District is a suburban district located in the heart of central NJ. We are close to three major through ways including the NJ Turnpike. This makes us easily accessible from most areas of NJ.

Our district is committed to fostering a creative and rigorous curriculum that suits the needs of our diverse student population. Our district consists of six schools which include 4 elementary, and one each of middle and high. Our student population is just over 5100 students in grades PK-12. With a majority of our students identifying as LatinX, we offer robust bilingual and ESL programming in district. Speaking Spanish is a value add in East Windsor. 

Our diverse administrative team welcomes our new staff with support, training, and a willingness to ensure you can reach your potential as a teacher. It's a great place to work.  

Frederick County Public Schools

Frederick County is home to 68 schools, including 38 elementary schools, 13 middle schools, 10 high schools, 4 public charter schools, an alternative school, a special education school, Flexible Evening High and a Career and Technology Center.  We have a fundamental mission: To provide every student, every day with a quality education in an environment that cares for their social-emotional well-being. 


FCPS is a successful school system in a diverse and growing community. Frederick County bridges rural, suburban, and urban lifestyles near the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore metropolitan communities. We balance top-rate academics with the personal caring and individual attention you would expect in a small-town community. In FCPS, we understand that the children we educate today will be the adults caring for our community's health, homes, businesses, and neighborhoods tomorrow.


The various backgrounds and cultures of our students, their families and community come together to create a rich tapestry that enriches the lives of those that call Frederick County home. FCPS is looking to hire a high quality and diverse workforce that we know will enhance our community.


FCPS is the largest single employer in Frederick County. Along with our competitive salary, we offer excellent healthcare benefits, including vision and dental coverage, and tuition reimbursement. We welcome job seekers!  

Garland Independent School District

Educating over 55,000 students across 71 campuses, Garland ISD ranks as the 2nd largest district in Dallas County. With a rich, 100-year tradition of excellence, GISD boasts a diverse population as well as technology-driven campuses and magnet programs.

Glendale Elementary School District

Glendale Elementary School District (GESD), located in Glendale, Arizona provides educational services to more than 9,500 students in grades pre-kindergarten through eighth grade in 12 schools, one online school, and one alternative program. The District's 1,200 employees are focused on meeting the needs of our diverse student body. We are champions for students and celebrate together as "A Mosaic of Minds" or AMOM.

Granville County Public Schools

GCPS is seeking high quality educators to engage students and foster life-long learning! Granville County Public School District is a K-12 public school district in North Carolina serving 7,000 students in 17 schools. Our Vision is every student will reach his or her full potential, prepared to thrive in a changing world. Our Mission is we empower, every student, every day. Our Motto is "Committed to Excellence and Achievement for All"! Visit us at to learn more.

Granville County is a rural community that borders the high-energy metropolis of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel-Hill with affordable housing and cost of living. Granville County is conveniently situated between the beach and the mountains with great weather celebrating all four seasons. Our location has access to research and entrepreneurial hubs; world class health care; educational opportunities (Duke, NC State, UNC); and arts/entertainment/sports (college and professional).

Please take a virtual tour of our community at

Green Tree School

Green Tree School & Services is a full-time, out-of-district school placement for students with

significant autism support and emotional support needs. We offer educational, behavioral and

clinical services to support our students in reaching their full potential. We are located in

Philadelphia, PA and are a member of the New Story Family of Schools, which provides services

to students across Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, New York and New Jersey.

Green Tree educates students from ages 5 through 21 from dozens of school districts and

charter schools in Southeastern PA. We provide a multi-tiered system of supports to students

through our TIERS model (Tiers of Intensive and Educationally Responsive Services). School-wide

supports include small class sizes, positive behavior support, daily social emotional learning

and/or life skills classes, and intensive reading intervention. Additional interventions are

provided as appropriate including social work services, occupational therapy, speech/language

therapy, and 1:1 support. Professionals from multiple disciplines regularly collaborate to meet the needs of all students.

At Green Tree, we believe that every child deserves the opportunity to learn in a safe, nurturing environment, purposefully designed to meet their unique needs. We help bring peace of mind to families seeking an educational environment that promotes academic, social, emotional and vocational skills. Our evidence-based approaches ensure that we appropriately support students with Autism and Emotional Support needs. Our belief is that every child deserves the opportunity to learn in a safe environment, that promotes academics, social, emotional and

vocational life skills that help them succeed in both their personal and professional lives.

Please check us out at and consider joining our team! Positions available include special education teachers and paraeducators.

Greenville County Schools

Greenville County Schools is a place where you can make a difference! High student achievement, collegial support, modern school facilities, all-inclusive benefits, and competitive salaries make Greenville an exciting place to live and work. Quality teaching is supported with the latest technology and cutting-edge resources. According to Fodor's Travel, 2016, "This charming little city in the shadow of the Blue Ridge mountains has turned into a dynamic destination. A 32-acre park, green spaces, free concerts, pioneering artists, baseball fervor, foodie restaurants, and one of the most adorable Main Streets in America are just part of its allure." Greenville County Schools can be your place to Influence, Imagine, and Inspire!

Harford County Public Schools

Harford County Public Schools (HCPS) is located in suburban/rural Maryland at the head of the Chesapeake Bay near major urban areas such as Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City. In our 54 schools, HCPS offers its employees a supportive and enriching environment while showing its dedication to personal and professional growth by providing a competitive salary, comprehensive benefit package and career growth opportunity through tuition reimbursement. Harford County combines all aspects of living and provides outlets of opportunity for all interests.

Lower Kuskokwim School District

The Lower Kuskokwim School District is an exciting place to learn and a rewarding place to teach! Besides the appeal of working with our Yup'ik students, you will have many benefits such as: salary range from $55,011 - $97,798 depending on education and experience, plus a $2,000-$5,000 signing bonus, airfare, subsidized housing and health insurance. You will also be assigned an Instructional Coach and participate in specialized in-service programs.

LKSD is the largest rural school district in Alaska in number of sites, teachers and students. The land mass of the District is about the size of West Virginia spreading along the Kuskokwim River and southwest coast of Alaska. The district is comprised of 22 village schools and 5 Bethel schools. Approximately 350 teachers and administrators serve about 4000 predominantly Yup'ik heritage students in grades Pre-K through 12. There is no road access to western Alaska. Travel is by jet from Anchorage and then by small planes, snow mobiles or boats from Bethel to the village sites.

Orange County Public Schools

The Orange County public school system is the 10th largest in the nation and the 4th largest in Florida. We have 186 schools with two new elementary schools opening this fall. We have a diverse population that represents 197 countries and 168 different languages and dialects. In addition, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes, a competitive Salary, Health and Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, Paid Holidays, and much more!

Portsmouth Public Schools

Portsmouth is passionate about education, its rich maritime history and the success of all students. Our schools are filled with active learning, engaged students and dedicated teachers.

With nearly 14,000 students, Portsmouth Public Schools offers small class sizes with specific programs to prepare students for technical careers and college. We have 13 elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, three Pre-K centers, one alternative school and an adult learning center. Our First College program offers high school students the opportunity to take college courses at Tidewater Community College.  

Through a partnership with Tidewater Community College, nearly 200 high school seniors have the opportunity to participate in the First College program in their spring semester. Students may also earn college credits through our Dual-Enrollment opportunities. All Portsmouth 8th and 9th graders may take the PSAT at no cost to their families.

Students can participate in multiple career pathways that represent a common set of skills and knowledge, including academic, technical, and career readiness skills that lead to credentials. For example, certifications are available in culinary arts, early childhood education and office administration. Students also can take courses to become a marine-welder, certified nurse aide, Microsoft specialist, landscape designer, greenhouse operator or hotel manager.

With online and virtual learning programs, students are able to engage in flexible learning. Opportunities are expanded through Virtual Virginia where students are able to take online Advanced Placement (AP®), world language, core academic, and elective courses.  

We are currently offering hiring and relocation bonuses.

Prince William County Schools

Prince William County Schools, a diverse, growing School Division in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., hires year round! PWCS was recently featured in Forbes magazine (!

Live Here

Located just 25 miles to the west and south of Washington, D.C., Prince William County offers a wide variety of living, recreation, shopping, dining, arts, and historic options. With the Blue Ridge Mountains, wineries, and horse county to our west, beaches to the south and east, and within a few hours of many major metropolitan areas, we're close to it all! The Prince William region consists of two incorporated cities Manassas and Manassas Park, and four incorporated towns Haymarket, Dumfries, Occoquan and Quantico which is the only town in the U.S. that is almost completely surrounded by a military installation-The Quantico Marine Corps Base. Our community was named One of the Top 100 Communities for Young People (America's Promise Alliance and ING) for three consecutive years and Gainesville was recently named the #1 City in Virginia for Young Families (WalletHub). Transportation options include Virginia Railway Express stations, Metro stations just outside our borders, and close proximity to three international airports.

Work Here

Home to a diverse, growing community, Prince William County Schools is the largest employer in the county, which has a growing technology and science sector. Students and staff benefit from innovative instructional and professional learning programs, specialty programs (K-12) and career paths, resulting in continuous growth each year. As the second largest School Division in the Commonwealth of Virginia, our focus is on student success achieved in part through collaboration, quality professional learning, the use of instructional technology, and the development of literacy and wellness. This provides the dynamic environment for over 89,000 students in 61 elementary schools, two traditional elementary schools, 17 middle schools, 12 high schools, three special education, two alternative schools and two Governor's Schools. All PWCS high schools are ranked in the top ten percent of public and private high schools nationwide (as determined by the Washington Post) and boast an on-time graduation rate of 91%, ranking 7th of the 50 largest school systems in the United States.

Grow Here

Over the next ten years, Prince William County Schools expects to reach enrollment of 105,000 students, resulting in the anticipated hiring of 8000 teachers, and construction of 18 new schools! Come grow with us!

Opportunities for growth include multiple career pathways, including add-on endorsement cohorts, teacher and school leadership capacity building, proximity to many outstanding colleges and universities, renowned beginning educator mentoring and support, professional learning communities, school and centrally-based professional learning and instructional coaching, and tuition reimbursement programs.

Proximity Learning

Connecting All Learners With the Expert Teachers They Deserve" Proximity Learning livestreams certified teachers into districts in pursuit of greater educational equity.

Students everywhere deserve a quality education from exceptional teachers — no matter what. While student enrollment across the country is steadily increasing, the number of adults graduating with a degree in education is rapidly dropping.

‍For over 10 years, Proximity Learning has been making it easier for districts to connect their students with the teachers they deserve. We remove unnecessary barriers between students and teachers through our live-streaming virtual classroom, enabling young learners to receive a more equitable education. Learn more about how we can do the same for your district.

The School District of Palm Beach County

With an abundance of sunshine and tropical weather, Palm Beach County is a great place to live. We are centrally located in beautiful South Florida, approximately 75 minutes north of Miami and 178 minutes southeast of Orlando. Palm Beach County is the third-most populous county in the state of Florida boasting a 47-mile-long stretch of Atlantic shoreline and beaches. The region offers an array of big cities, quaint communities, vibrant cultural hotspots, recreation facilities, natural eco-centers with 110 parks, and much more to fit everyone's lifestyle.

The School District of Palm Beach County is a great place to teach and grow your career. Our mission is to educate, affirm, and inspire each student in an equity-embedded school system. We are a top-performing urban school district that promotes a culture of learning and development for students and employees. Here are a few QUICK facts about us:

  • We are an "A" Rated high-performing school district.
  • We are the 5th largest school district in Florida and the 10th largest in the US.
  • We have a very diverse student population: Nearly 189,000 students (including charter schools) who speak over 146 languages and dialects.
  • We were rated in the top 100 by Forbes Magazine, on its list of the 500 best large workplaces in the United States (2016).
  • We are the largest employer in Palm Beach County with over 22,891 employees (and lots of career opportunities). 
  • We have 12,786 classroom teachers.
  • Our starting teacher salary is $48,175 (with additional supplements for advanced degrees).
  • We have a 95.9% student graduation rate.

We know that teachers are our biggest asset because they make the largest impact on student achievement. We also know that without a strong teaching force, our students will not succeed. We are looking for a number of qualities for teachers in our diverse district, such as:

  • Being culturally competent with the ability to relate and interact with our diverse student population,
  • Possessing a growth mindset,
  • Being strong in instruction, and if you are new to the profession, the eagerness and willingness to develop professionally, and
  • Having high expectations for all students and being in tune with the social-emotional learning needs of their students.

So, if you are looking for a job where you can have a meaningful, positive effect on the lives of students, work with amazing colleagues, and build an amazing career, we invite you to join our team at the School District of Palm Beach County! 

Spotsylvania County Public Schools 

Spotsylvania County Public Schools is a diverse, suburban/rural county located between Washington, D.C. and Richmond, VA. We are home to 17 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, 5 high schools, a Career & Technical Center, an Educational & Cultural Center, and a Commonwealth Governor's School.

Our community offers a wide array of top quality educational, cultural, and entertainment options for residents and visitors.

We are currently offering sign on bonuses up to $2,500 for newly hired licensed personnel. When you choose to join our team, you can expect collaborative and supportive teams, strong professional learning communities, teacher leadership opportunities, 1:1 student devices, knowledgeable and supportive leaders at all levels, and much more!

Spring Branch ISD

Spring Branch ISD is an urban school district located west of downtown Houston, TX with a student population of about 32,000. Spring Branch ISD is a place to advance professionally as we offer competitive salaries; additional stipends for Bilingual Teachers, middle and high school Math, Science, and Language Arts teachers and Special Education; quality staff development; and an outstanding mentor program. Not only is Spring Branch committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining highly diverse and highly qualified teachers, we reward excellence and provide opportunities for continual growth. Go to for more information.

St. Vrain Valley Schools

As a leader in educational innovation in Colorado, St. Vrain Valley School District is the educational home of more than 33,000 of Colorado's students. The seventh largest school district in the state, St. Vrain Valley operates 60 schools and programs that are spread over 411 square miles. The makeup of the schools include: 25 Elementary, 8 Middle, 1 Middle/Senior, 7 High Schools, 1 K-8, 2 PK-8, 1 Spark! Discovery Preschool, 1 Alternative High, 1 Online High, 1 Online PK-12, 2 P-TECH Schools, 1 High-Quality Homeschool Enrichment School, 1 Main Street Special Education program, 1 Career Technology and Elevation Center program, 1 Innovation Center program and 6 Charter Schools.

Located approximately 30 miles north of Denver, the District is geographically diverse. Its physical boundaries extend from the Continental Divide into the plains of Colorado. Adding to its scenic setting are historic downtown Longmont and the backdrop of Rocky Mountain National Park and Longs Peak.

There are 13 different communities that makeup St. Vrain Valley School District: eastern Boulder, Broomfield, Dacono, Erie, Firestone, Frederick, Hygiene, Longmont, Lyons, Mead, Niwot, Peaceful Valley, and Raymond. Parts of Boulder, Broomfield, Larimer, and Weld Counties fall within its boundaries.

Uncommon Schools

Uncommon Schools is a nonprofit organization that starts and manages outstanding urban public charter schools that close the achievement gap and prepare students in high-poverty, high-need areas to graduate from college. Uncommon currently manages 54 schools serving more than 20,000 K-12 students in six cities: Boston, Camden, New York City, Newark, Rochester, and Troy.

At Uncommon Schools, we believe education can be a powerful catalyst for change in our communities. Our graduates go on to earn college degrees at five times the rate of low-income students nationally. We're deeply committed to closing the achievement gap for our students while also preparing them for college and beyond through academics, enrichment programs, extra-curricular activities, and a positive, welcoming school culture.