Who should attend? Educators and school administrators looking to find a career opportunity today. This session will be an opportunity to ask questions about the exhibitors and their processes. Questions about applications, interviews, salaries, anything.
You should attend this short webinar session for tips and recommendations of how to navigate this virtual fair platform easily and efficiently. We’ll tell you how to enter a chatroom and get noticed immediately. You’ll also learn what to say once a recruiter engages in a chat with you. Finally, we’ll tell you the secret to scheduling an interview before leaving your chat session. It’s time to get hired!
Meet and greet Executive Search Firm Personnel, department heads and office leaders. COLLECT THE NAMES & NUMBERS OF THOSE WHO MATTER! Join the group chats or have a private audio or video chat session with a representative. Get the answers to all your questions. Learn about the application process. Visit over all firms on the same day.
Diversity Recruitment Partners connect career-seeking candidates of diverse backgrounds, cultures and experiences with employers committed to recruiting and hiring a diverse workforce.
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Joshua P. Cole, Ph.D
Executive Director of Strategic Engagement, School of Education, Virginia Commonwealth University
"| write to share the news that our program’s proposal for a BA degree program in Japanese Studies at the College of William & Mary has been approved and to thank you for your invaluable support, which helped to make this possible... Diversity in Ed is precisely the sort of authoritative voice we needed to help make our case, and your letter made it so persuasively—we couldn’t have done it without you!”
Associate Chair of Faculty Affairs, Associate Professor of Japanese Studies, College of William & Mary
“The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of all people in this diverse world is a key concept and truth to all walks of life not just in America, but globally! Diversity in Ed continues to emphasize this by creating sound opportunities to bring people of color to the table, engaging stakeholders in academia from k-12 through postsecondary education.”
Scott Glenn, Ed.D., MBA
Associate Professor of Business and Graduate Studies, Goldey-Beacom College