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SAN JOSE, CA– Saturday, school districts throughout the county assembled in search of dynamic and inspiring educators for the next school year at the Santa Clara County Office of Education (SCCOE) 30th Annual Teacher Recruitment Fair.
"At the SCCOE, we take pride in serving as an exemplary regional resource for students, educators, and school districts. This event is a unique opportunity for educators seeking positions in the county to meet with those who are hiring," said Philip Gordillo, the Chief Human Resources Officer.
The event was well attended, with a turnout of almost 700 candidates, along with hundreds of district employees. Typically, around 300 countywide positions are filled each year as a result of the fair. The event attracts not only teachers, but also psychologists, counselors, school nurses, speech language pathologists, and audiologists. District administrators and recruiters were in attendance to answer questions about district programs and position openings, and credential analysts were also present.
"This year's Teacher Recruitment Fair exceeded my expectations," said Michelle Fine, Supervisor of Administrative Services at the SCCOE. "The event ran smoothly, and there was a lot of great talent in attendance."
Some of the districts held on-site interviews throughout the day, leaving candidates one step closer to a teacher career in Santa Clara County.
"It's very exciting to see so many wonderful candidates looking for teaching opportunities in Santa Clara County," said Peter Daniels, Chief Public Affairs Officer at SCCOE. "This event attracts many experienced and well qualified teachers who are ready to get in the classroom."
As a regional resource center, the SCCOE provides instructional, administrative, human resources, business, and technical support services to the 31 school districts of Santa Clara County.
For more information about education employment opportunities in Santa Clara County, please visit the SCCOE website.
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