Agency Registration Agency Registration Closes November 8, 2019

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Candidate Instructions

The Virtual Fair will be live November 19 and 20, starting at 4:00pm (PST) and will end at 7:00pm. You may login to the event any time before 4:00pm to view the virtual Lobby, webinars, Exhibit Hall and other exciting features. You will also be able to login to the platform for one month following the event to review and collect employer information, however the live chat features will not be available.

Contact the event tech support team (top right-hand corner of the screen) if you have technical questions.

To login to the event, click “Login” in the top right-hand corner and use the email and password you used when you registered.

Agency/Teacher Prep Program Instructions

The Virtual Fair will be live November 19 and 20, starting at 4:00pm (PST) and will end at 7:00pm. You may login to the event any time before 4:00pm to view the virtual Lobby, Exhibit Hall and other exciting features. The live chat and video chat features will be available only from 4:00p-7:00p PST. You will also be able to login and view candidate information for one month following the event.

Platform and chat training will be available prior to the event. You only need Wi-Fi connection, and a camera feature on your device for video chats (optional), and a mobile, tablet, or laptop/desktop device. No additional technology is required.

As your agency considers the virtual booth design, keep in mind you want to attract teachers and teacher candidates with your job or anticipated job openings, teacher support programs, applications, or videos. You may want to include salary information, induction options, where you are located, and local points of interest.

We recommend assigning at least two recruiters to work the event. Candidates will visit your virtual booth and begin a chat with you. Chats can be public or private chats. Candidates move quickly on to other agencies during the live event if their chats do not receive a timely response.

Your candidates may range from substitute teachers to Clear credential holders. Be prepared to offer follow up information and contact information to candidates following the live event.

Contact the event tech support team (top right-hand corner of the screen) if you have technical questions.

To login to the event, click “Login” in the top right-hand corner and use the email and password provided by the tech team.

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

Potential teacher candidates can explore the benefits of the teaching profession and learn about teaching opportunities in California through your mobile device, tablet, or laptop. Credentialed educators can learn about upcoming jobs and connect with participating California school districts and county offices from your mobile device, tablet or laptop. Chat or video chat with program representatives throughout California to connect with school agency representatives.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Virtual Teaching Career Fair is designed to bring teacher candidates and credentialed teachers together with education agencies together to find potential fits and ultimately match candidates with job openings.
  • - Connect with education agencies throughout California
  • - Learn about regional education agencies and their cultures, objectives, and values
  • - Interact with potential employers/recruiters via chat and video chat
  • - Submit resumes and applications to agencies of interest
  • - Start the credential program application process
Yes, you will need to register to enjoy all the Virtual Teaching Career Fair features. Even if you aren’t sure where you want to teach, representatives will be available to chat with you regarding job opportunities in their area. You will also have the opportunity to attend webinars that will assist you in your teaching career.
No. You will need access to Wi-Fi, and have a camera-ready device if you choose to engage in video chats.
Yes, a resume is required as part of the registration process.
Yes. You can register for as many of the listed events as you want. Simply choose the events you want to participate in from the drop down menu on the registration form.

Participating Education Agencies

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Fall 2018 Virtual Teaching Careers Fair Map

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