Interested in a career in teaching? Education Career Exploration Fair is June 13

Regional program to highlight rewarding opportunities in the classroom set to be held at Shenedehowa High School East

Do you like working with kids? Do you believe you can inspire students to learn? Are you looking for a career that uses your skills, strengths and experience?

Whether you are a high school or college student thinking about the future or a professional looking to change careers, please consider attending an Education Career Exploration Fair scheduled for Wednesday, June 13, at Shenedehowa High School East, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

School administrators from the region have organized this event to highlight the rewarding career opportunities available in education, including for mid-career professionals who can bring work and life experience into the classroom to benefit students. Come talk with current teachers about why they love what they do, and learn about the need for passionate and dedicated individuals to choose a career in education.

This event will include:

  • A panel discussion with area teachers;
  • Small group questions and answers with educators in specific areas of the field (e.g. elementary, subject specialists, student support services; library/media, etc.); and
  • A teacher certification & college/university fair, featuring representatives of education programs who can talk about certification options for those looking to enter the field.

Is a career in education for you? Please join us on June 13 to find out.

Directions to Shenendehowa High School East: Take the Northway (I-87) to Exit 9. Head west on Route 146. At the third light, take a left onto Moe Road. The high school campus is the first right approximately ¼ mile down the road. The East Building is the first on the left. This program will take place in the school’s auditorium.