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Private/independent schools frequently have greater flexibility in their hiring than do public schools. As a result, teacher certification is not required for most middle and high school teaching positions. Generally speaking, candidates applying for private school teaching jobs should have a bachelor's degree in the same field as their teaching field (e.g., a math major could be hired to teach 9th-grade algebra). Some roles do have more requirements. Learn more here.
After submitting your application, we will review your candidacy promptly. If we can assist your job search, then your assigned placement counselor will notify you and provide details about your online account.
You will arrange an interview (either over the phone or in person) with your ST placement counselor to discuss the specific parameters of your search. We want to know your interests, talents, goals, and personality. We will also discuss your desired geography, types of schools, and extracurriculars.
At this point, you can begin assembling a credentials file that we will send to schools that match your search. This includes your resume, letters of recommendation, official transcripts from your degree programs, and, if applicable, copies of your teacher certification. You will be able to upload these documents yourself after your application has been accepted.
Your counselor will help you for the duration of your search, maintaining steady communication to discern the best opportunities based on your interests and talents.
While it’s entirely optional, we strongly encourage you to send us a video resume. Your chances of obtaining an interview with a school are dramatically increased by presenting a polished video resume alongside your traditional credentials file.
We can film your video here in our Charlottesville office, or you can make one at home. More important than your skills as a videographer, though, is that the digital product emphatically convey your enthusiasm for your subject and—especially important—for working with K-12 students.
We're headed to a college near you! Southern Teachers recruiters are traveling to career fairs, information sessions, and interview days throughout the fall. We would like to meet you! If you're a student interested in teaching, be sure to attend and find us under the elephant!
Here’s where you’ll find us this week.
Monday, October 23: Slippery Rock University Education Fair
Tuesday, October 24: Virginia Tech Interviews, University of North Carolina Interviews, Davidson College Information Session
Wednesday, October 25: University of Virginia Career Fair, North Carolina State University Interviews, Davidson College Interviews, Radford University Interviews
Thursday, October 26: AAEE Education Fair
Southern Teachers is assisting Cary Academy in its search for a new Director of Admissions & Financial Aid to begin work next summer after the current Director retires. The new Director of Admissions will lead a team of four professionals who have helped the Cary Academy become the most diverse independent school in North Carolina and develop a highly successful parent and student ambassador program. With full enrollment, a wonderful reputation in the community, and outstanding student success in and beyond Cary Academy, the next Director of Admissions & Financial Aid will be stepping into a high functioning office with clear goals for the future.
Registration for Best of the South, our Atlanta Job Fair, will open November 1 for schools and candidates. Our fair on February 3, Super Bowl Saturday, will be a terrific way to find a private school teaching job. This annual event typically draws 125-200 teacher candidates and 50-60 schools from DC to Florida to Texas.
This teacher job fair is only open to active Southern Teachers candidates. Free admission. All majors and degrees sought. Apply today to become a Southern Teachers candidate!
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