GREENSBORO, N.C. — 18 school districts in the Triad are teaming up to fill open positions by the next school year.
On Tuesday, May 4, and Wednesday, May 5, human resource professionals from the school districts will host virtual information sessions, to talk to people looking for jobs and explain open positions.
Angela Martin, The Beginning Teacher Program Coordinator for Rockingham County Schools, said the districts are looking to hire those with and without four-year degrees.
"We have a wide variety of needs in our school systems and this information fair is just really to help people get a better understanding of what it might take to switch careers and if this is something they might be interested in," Martin said.
During the information sessions, interested individuals can learn more about the jobs and get connected to the school district where they live or where they are interested in pursuing a career pathway.
The information sessions run from 12 p.m. until 1 p.m.
They include breakout sessions for careers in areas like child nutrition, transportation, and custodial operations, in addition to pathways for teaching careers, school counseling and social work.
"There are many career opportunities with public schools systems so we are in constant need of bus drivers, teacher assistants, child nutrition works," Martin said.
Here are the districts participating in the hiring information sessions:
- Alamance Burlington Schools
- Asheboro City Schools
- Caswell Co. Schools
- Chapel Hill/Carrboro City Schools
- Chatham Co Schools
- Davidson Co. Schools
- Davie Co. Schools
- Guilford Co. Schools
- Lexington City Schools
- Montgomery Co. Schools
- Mount Airy City Schools
- Randolph Co. Schools
- Rockingham Co. Schools
- Stokes Co. Schools
- Surry Co. Schools
- Thomasville City Schools
- Winston-Salem/Forsyth Co. Schools
- Yadkin Co. Schools
If you would like to attend one of the virtual information sessions, register ahead of time with the Piedmont Triad Education Consortium by clicking here.