Thursday, Feb. 24, 2011
FUTURE TEACHERS CAN GET AN EDUCATION AT ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
MANHATTAN -- Future teachers are about to get schooled in job hunting.
Nearly 60 school districts will be at Bramlage Coliseum Monday, March 7, for Education On-Campus Interviews. This annual event, hosted by Kansas State University's career and employment services, provides a way for K-State education students to connect with school districts from Kansas and the surrounding region to secure jobs upon graduation.
Online sign-ups are still available for K-State students interested in interviewing with participating school districts. Students can sign up by visiting the career and employment services' website at http://www.k-state.edu/ces and logging in to "My CES Account."
From 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. March 7 students and alumni who were not able to sign up online for an interview --either because of already full schedules or the district was not seeking their particular major -- will be given the opportunity to network with school districts and potentially secure an interview later that day.
The interviews begin at 10 a.m. for those who signed up online or have been selected during the networking time.
Students majoring in education who aren’t able to attend the networking portion of the day are encouraged to volunteer at the event, which will allow for more interaction with attending employers. Anyone interested in volunteering should contact Alison Sotkovsi at email@example.com.
Those attending Education On-Campus Interviews should dress professionally and bring copies of their resume, whether attending to network or to interview.
More information is available at http://www.k-state.edu/ces/students/cfeducationoci.htm.