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SCOE to Host Major Regional Employment Fair

Event Involves More Than 60 Northern California Education Agencies

Northern California Education Employment Fair

More than 60 education agencies from across Northern California will be involved with the employment fair, explaining and promoting the benefits of working in education.

Many people looking for jobs may not have considered employment in the education field. Maybe they don’t realize there are diverse career options beyond the familiar classroom teachers and school administrators. Or maybe they don’t know where to find job openings to work at a school, school district, or county office of education. However, there are many opportunities for a rewarding career with great benefits in the world of education—in and out of the classroom.

This Saturday, March 18, 2023, from 9 a.m.–12 p.m., the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) has teamed up with more than 60 education agencies from across Northern California to host an employment fair to explain and promote the benefits of working in education. The goal is to recruit applicants for a wide range of positions supporting grades PK–12. Jobs are available for teachers; language, speech and hearing therapists; mental health clinicians; para-professional educators; office staff; technical workers; facilities staff; food service employees; and many others across the Bay Area, Foothills, Northern, Sacramento, and Valley regions.

The event is free and candidates may attend in person or virtually. (Some agencies will be participating remotely, while others will be on-site. A list of participating agencies details who will be on-site-only, online-only, or available both ways.)

Details and Registration

  • Candidates attending in person: In-person attendees will get a traditional job fair experience, assisted by a mobile app, which candidates will use to check in, upload/review documents, and scan QR codes to receive hiring representative contact information. Wi-Fi will be provided at no cost to everyone in attendance. (Details are available in the “Candidate Guide,” linked from the registration page.)
  • Candidates attending virtually: Candidates may log in to the website one hour before the event starts to access the virtual lobby, webinars, exhibit hall, and more. (Details are available in the “Candidate Guide,” linked from the registration page.)

All candidates should register in advance and should download the smartphone app to help them participate in the hiring event.

From personal growth and career advancement to job stability and benefits, there are many rewarding reasons to work in the education field. SCOE and its employment event partners (the California Center on Teaching Careers, Sonoma County Office of Education, and Tulare County Office of Education) hope you will help contribute to the success of future generations and make a positive impact on society by choosing a career in education!