For advisement on résumé writing and interview skills, as well as other career support and job postings, please visit the Magner Career Center to register for updates.
Magner Career Center
1303 James Hall
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
Please be sure to register at on the Brooklyn College WebCentral portal via the Career tab.
New York City Department of Education Office of Teacher Recruitment and Quality
Space is limited. An RSVP is required. RSVP here: Registration Link
Please arrive by 6:00p.m. to sign in at the 6th floor registration area and be seated. The principal panel will start promptly at 6:30p.m.
Brooklyn College Student Center (SUBO), 2705 Campus Road, Brooklyn, NY 11210,
In this event, you will have the opportunity to hear what principals of schools from a variety of boroughs and grade levels have to say about their current school needs, teacher expectations and more. In addition, you will have the opportunity to interact with principals and share your resume with them during the networking part of the session.
This event is ESPECIALLY for education students and alumni who are certified or will be certified to teach by September 2014 in the following subject areas: Students with Disabilities (all grade levels); English as a Second Language (ESL/TESOL); All 7-12 Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Earth Science; ELA; World Languages (all 7-12 world languages); Math; and Bilingual Extensions (all subject certifications).
- Click here for the New York City Department of Education job application site. The application site is opened now and will close in late June. Our suggestion is that you submit your high quality application no later than April 2nd, 2014.
- March 17 deadline: If you would like early consideration to be eligible for the Select Recruits Program, be sure to complete your high-quality application at http://www.TeachNYC.net by March 17, 2014. More information is available at the Select Recruits site. This is an opportunity for teacher candidates who will have certification to teach bilingual students, students with disabilities, science, and other areas needed by the NYC DOE. TeachNYC Select Recruits is a highly selective program that offers job search support to top-tier prospective teachers.
- Allow time to complete the application because there are several components to complete. Four essays are required and we recommend you submit high-quality essays.
- If you started or completed your online teacher application before Feb. 2014, you must complete a new application for the 2014-15 school year.
- If you do not have teacher certification yet, you will need to submit a document for your application that states your expected date of graduation, June 2014 or September 2014, and that you are expected to be recommended for NY State Teacher Certification. You can request this letter from your program department:
Early Childhood/Art Education: room 2309 James HallChildhood/Bilingual and Special Education room 2107 James HallSecondary Education room 2606 James HallDepartment of Kinesiology: room 428 West Quad
- Writing Tutor: If you would like help with the essays for your NYC DOE application, Writing Tutor Melissa Clairjeune is available
Monday: 3PM – 7PM
Tuesday: 12PM – 4PM
Wednesday: 3PM – 7PM
Thursday: 4PM – 7PM
Location: 2307 James Hall
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Online webinars are available over the next few months which you can register for that will inform you of your next steps with regards to finding a teaching position in our NYCDOE public schools. Please go to www.teachnyc.net to register for one of them. Registration is free and the registration link can be located by going to "recruitment events" then to the “upcoming events” section. A recorded video is also available for your reference.
- Information on the NYC Dept. of Education job application process
- LinkedIn (group: I TEACH NYC)