Martinez, California – At Alhambra High School in Martinez, on Saturday, February 26, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the Contra Costa County Office of Education (CCCOE) will hold a county-wide Certificated Job Fair.
There will be representatives from 20 school districts and charter schools as well as representatives from four colleges at the event. They will talk about credential programs and how existing classified and certificated workers can get more education in the future.
Local representatives are actively seeking competent educators to fill full-time teaching jobs, certificated support staff positions, as well as substitute teaching and higher education positions around the county. Because some districts intend to conduct interviews on-site, attendees are asked to be prepared for any interviews that may take place.
“If you are interested in working in education and have a passion for working with students, this is a great event to discover opportunities in the county. We are facing teacher and substitute teacher shortages throughout the state, and our schools and students are in need of qualified educators in the classrooms. This is a good time for those thinking about joining the field or looking to get back in to get into teaching,” Contra Costa County Superintendent of Schools, Lynn Mackey, said.
Visit cocoschools.org or cocoschools.org/becomeasub for additional information or to view available openings in all districts and the CCCOE.