Orleans Parish School Board Hosts Job Fair for Available Positions across New Orleans Public Schools

June 11, 2019

Prospective applicants met with representatives from 20 area public schools to discuss job opportunities for the upcoming school year

NEW ORLEANS – (June 10, 2019) – Today, the Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) hosted a job fair at McDonogh 35 High School alongside representatives from 20 schools and Charter Management Organizations (CMOs) from across the city with current vacancies for the 2019-2020 school year. The job fair was attended by 150 prospective applicants applying for numerous positions, which included teachers, instructional coaches and other school administrative staff members.

“We are invested in the diversity of our schools’ staff and programs because it makes our entire district stronger and more inclusive,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Henderson Lewis, Jr. “We encourage the best educators to come, stay and grow in our district as we constantly work to provide an environment that is supportive of their needs.”

Representatives from the following schools and Charter Management Organizations were onsite at the job fair:

–          Einstein Charter Schools

–          New Orleans Charter Science and Math HS

–          Travis Hill NOLA

–          New Orleans College Prep

–          Choice Foundation

–          Crescent City Schools

–          Collegiate Academies

–          Homer Plessy Community School

–          InspireNOLA Schools

–          Warren Easton

–          Kipp New Orleans

–          Firstline Schools

–          Arise Schools

–          Encore Academy

–          Singleton Charter School

–          Friends of King Schools

–          Elan Academy

–          Foundation Prep

–          Moton Charter School

–          Renew Schools

The OPSB’s vision for the district is that every student receives a high-quality education that fosters his or her capabilities, while ensuring that they thrive and are prepared for civic, social and economic success. For this reason, the OPSB looks for the best educators to help foster and grow the minds of Orleans Parish public school students.

The OPSB recognizes that providing a high-quality education to all public school students across the city extends to schools hiring and retaining competent faculty and staff. These educators are essential to building a strong, balanced portfolio of schools, and school options for our students.

For more information on teaching opportunities in New Orleans, head to https://teachneworleans.net/.

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