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Teacher Career Development Expo

The Teacher Career Development Expo is an annual event for teacher candidates and alumni from the Faculty of Education an opportunity to explore a wide range of employment opportunities within the public and private educational sectors through workshops and a job fair. More than 30 organizations attend the job fair, including school boards and agencies recruiting students to teach in Europe, China, and Australia. Some organizations will also be conducting interviews and French testing. Admission is free with your student ID card.

The Teacher Career Development Expo took place on Friday, November 2, 2018. Stay tuned for information about the 2019 Teacher Career Development Expo.

  • 2018 Schedule of Events

    The Job Fair takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Registration and Opening Remarks (9:30 to 10 a.m.)

    Apply to Education (10 to 11 a.m.)

    ApplyToEducation is a provider of cloud-based, HR software solutions helping School Districts and Independent Schools manage their employees’ careers from date of hire until they retire. Currently, three out of four Canadian School Districts and schools in 49 countries around the world use ApplyToEducation to post all their jobs and receive employment applications online.  You will learn how to use ApplyToEducation to search for employment in education and get your application into the school board, international or private school.

    Alternative Career Path (11 a.m. to noon)

    What additional career options might your Bachelor of Education Degree provide? This session features some of our Bachelor of Education Program graduates who are not teaching in publicly funded school boards. 

    Employer Interviews | French Testing | LinkedIn Photos (noon to 1 p.m.)

    Choose to attend any or all three of these.

    Life as a Teacher (1:50 to 2:35 p.m.)

    What is life really like after you graduate from the Bachelor of Education Degree Program? This session features some of our Bachelor of Education Program graduates who are currently employed as teachers in publicly funded schools in Ontario. Panellist will share their experiences as teachers.

    Furthering your Education (2:40 to 3:25 p.m.)

    With the end of your formal Bachelor of Education Program journey just around the corner, have you considered how you might continue your professional learning? This session provides you with more information about how to continue your professional learning through the Faculty of Education’s Graduate Programs and/or the Centre for Professional Learning in Education.

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