GNOCCS CHARTER SCHOOLS HOLD FREE TEACHER VIRTUAL FAIR MAY 6
Teachers and school staff can register and post resumes NOW
Certified teachers, degreed professionals working on certification, and instructional support professionals seeking employment in a Louisiana charter school are invited to attend the free Charter School Teacher Virtual Job Fair presented by the Greater New Orleans Collaborative of Charter Schools (GNOCCS).
The FREE virtual event will be held Saturday, May 6, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration is open now at www.gnocollaborative.com
Interested teachers, as well as other degreed-school professionals including nurses, counselors, coaches, and administrators are encouraged to pre-register online now at www.gnocollaborative.com to participate and receive information and details. Hundreds of positions for the 23-24 School Year are available from dozens of the state’s public charter schools.
Said GNOCCS President Michelle Douglas, “The virtual Teacher Fair is a well-attended, interactive event offering full and part-time positions for certified teachers and those who are working on certification, as well as other school positions for degreed and non-degreed workers.”
Interested candidates can post resumes now for Louisiana charter school leaders to review on the GNOCCS website prior to the event. For additional information about candidate registration, email email@example.com or call (504) 289-0499. Candidates should register now at www.gnocollaborative.com.
The Greater New Orleans Collaborative of Charter Schools does not discriminate in the rendering of services to, or in the employment of, individuals because of race, color, religion, sex, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other protected basis.
The Greater New Orleans Collaborative of Charter Schools – or GNOCCS – is a network of community-based public charter schools dedicated to rebuilding and reinvigorating the metropolitan area through quality education and parental choice. As some of the first schools to open their doors after Hurricane Katrina, the founding members of GNOCCS helped clear the path for the emergence of independent public charters locally and regionally. GNOCCS is the “DBA” of the Louisiana Charter School Alliance, which is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation registered in Louisiana.
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