The NJCU Academic Career Planning & Placement Center provides comprehensive services to enhance the career development of students and to support the academic aims of the University. The websites listed below may also prove useful to job seekers.
ABC Teaching Jobs.com: A classified network of teacher job and resume postings, plus additional helpful resources. Free for all job seeking K-12 teachers and administrators.
Carney, Sandoe & Associates: Provides teacher and administrator placement for U.S. and international independent schools. Client schools range in size from 50-4,000 students and include all types of educational institutions (co-educational and single sex, day and boarding, urban and rural, traditional and alternative, secular and denominational). No fee is charged to candidates.
Central Jersey Program for the Recruitment of Diverse Educators (CJPride): Central New Jersey has so much to offer. Professional educational opportunities are available and exciting things are happening in all of our school districts.
CharterSchoolJobs.com: A resource for candidates pursuing positions in charter schools nationwide.
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages: Consider a career as a foreign language teacher.
Council for Exceptional Children: Click on "Career Center" for job search information (the only online job bank devoted exclusively to special education professionals).
Education Seek - Private Schools: An easy way to identify private schools across the country.
Education Week: A personal job search tool for educators; includes a very helpful "Career Corner" blog.
EducationAmerica.net: A comprehensive site for those pursuing K-12 teaching, administrative or support jobs. Upload your resume and other job search documents, browse employers and job openings by region, receive email announcements of newly posted positions in your certification field and more.
Great Teacher: Allows users to search a job bank for openings according to state or key word. The site also supplies links to educational organizations and material resources, a chat room where teachers can schedule chats on specific topics, and a message board where educators can post questions.
K12jobs.com: Contains helpful job search information for K-12 educators (public, private, vocational). Includes job vacancy announcements, certification information, regional job fair listings, salary information, professional organizations, and more.
Math for America: A five-year Fellowship that includes a full-tuition scholarship for a master's degree program and four years of teaching in a NYC public secondary school.
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS): Contains information about private schools, careers in independent school teaching, and related topics.
National Education Association: Mission is to advocate for education professionals and to unite members and the nation to fulfill the promise of public education to prepare every student to succeed in a diverse and interdependent world.
National Public School & School District Locator: A quick and easy way to identify schools, school districts and Federal program information by entering the criteria you are looking for (e.g. city, state, grade level, student enrollment) and searching respective databases. Contains info on public and private schools/school districts. Info is from the Common Core of Data from the U.S. Dept. of Education.
New Jersey Department of Education: The official site for the State of New Jersey
New Jersey Education Association: The New Jersey Education Association is a diverse, democratic organization working to create an optimal environment to achieve excellence in public education in New Jersey.
NJHire: Powered by USTeach, NJHire is a must for candidates interested in employment opportunities in New Jersey school systems. No cost to job seekers. Candidates seeking jobs in New Jersey school systems are strongly encouraged to enter their resumes into this database.
NJSchoolJobs.com: Helpful for teachers, coaches, support personnel, and administrators interested in employment opportunities in the state of New Jersey. Exclusively serves NJ schools.
Office of Overseas Schools: A link to the U.S. State Department's page which helps identify world-wide American sponsored elementary and secondary schools.
School Spring: The employment source for educators. Search for jobs, create a search agent, utilize their online portfolio feature, find out about job fairs, and more.
Search Associates: Each year, Search Associates places over 1,500 teachers, administrators and interns in international schools throughout the world, making them one of the larger of the international school placement organizations.
Source4Teachers: Recruits, hires, trains, places, and manages qualified substitute teachers, substitute paraprofessionals, and substitute support staff in pre-kindergarten -12th grade school districts.
Teach for America: The national teacher corps; you commit to teaching for two years in urban or rural schools (an AmeriCorps program).
TeachTech NJ: Teach technology education in New Jersey.
Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program: Provides grants of up to $4,000 per year to students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families.
Teachers Support Network: A free site dedicated to helping teachers through every step of the hiring process. Allows teacher candidates to build a portfolio (including credentials, work history, and special interests), search for jobs, or let school districts contact you.
Teachers.Net: Provides job seekers with a searchable job bank, chat board networks, curriculum resources, and a lesson plan book. Users can receive e-mails on new vacancy listings and utilize Internet career seminars.
Teachers@Work: This site allows users to explore positions according to state, post resumes online, learn about job fairs, resumes, cover letters, portfolios, certification requirements, and school districts.
Teachers-Teachers.com - Teaching Jobs Nationwide: A free service for teacher candidates which allows individuals to electronically post their resumes and receive e-mail when vacancies match their registered interests. Job seekers log onto their own personal homepage to view open positions.
TeachNOLA: New Orleans is THE place to make a mark on the future of urban education and TeachNOLA is the best way to get involved!
Top School Jobs.org: From the publishers of Education Week and Teacher Magazine, Agent K-12 is a tool to help teachers and administrators prepare for and find their next career opportunity. Search job listings, create automated job search agents, apply for jobs online, sign-up for the "Career Coach" newsletter, and more. Yahoo K-12: Search schools/school systems by geographic location.