Teacher of Color Recruitment Recruitment Fair

Feb 9, 2019,  Atlanta

11:30AM - TOC Session  - Whats the Big Deal about Teaching at Independent Schools -Get the Inside tip on the many benefits of teaching at private schools, Pk-12th grade.  This very insightful session covers, resume review, interviews, recruitment and placement.  It is a great introduction for all educators.  Free and open to the Public

12:30 - 2:30PM - 2018 TOC School Fair featuring:

2019 List of Schools

^^Atlanta Girls' School, GA

**Baylor School, TN

^^Brearley School, NY

Cherry Creek Schools, CO

^^Christ Church Episcopal School, SC

Christel House Schools, IN

​​^^Cliff Valley School, GA

​^^Flint Hill School, VA

^^Friends School of Atlanta, GA

++Heritage Preparatory School, GA

​Lansing School District, MI

^^Lovett School, GA

^^Marist School, GA

^^Midtown International School, GA

Museum School of Avondale Estates, GA

​^^Paideia School, GA

^^Pace Academy, GA

​​**Pike School, MA

Propel Schools, PA

^^Sidwell Friends School, DC

^^St. Martin's Episcopal School, GA

^^St. Paul Academy and Summit School, MN

^^Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, MD

^^​Trinity Preparatory School, FL

^^University Preparatory Academy, WA

**Walnut Hills School for the Arts, MA

^^Wesleyan School, GA

^^​Westminster Schools of Augusta, GA

^^Whitefield Academy, GA​

...and growing!
~~>>CALWEST Educators Placement, CA
++Resume Sharing Only
^^Independent/Private School

**Boarding School
>>Placement Agency
~~2018 TOC Sponsor

2018 List of Schools

New Date:  Feb 9, 2019 in ATLANTA


Resume collection is open.

The Women Navigating Careers Breakfast (WNC) is a unique opportunity for educators and candidates to interact and share with and learn from hiring managers at the top private schools in the US.  Establish new connections during breakfast with several school representatives who will panel on pertinent hiring issues from resume prep to mentoring to hiring and career development.  Join us for this open exchange on how to get hired and soar at private schools as a teacher.

In addition to publishing media WSC sponsors national programs:

Black Parents Forum & Admission Fairs                                           

- An Annual Forum & Student Recruit Fair

​​BPF Webinars                                                                         

- Online Information Sessions 

COMPASS Newsletters                                                                        

- A Frequent Newsletter

Teacher of Color Recruitment Fairs                          

 - An Annual Teacher Recruitment Fair

Young Horizons Online                                                  

- A Frequent Blog

William Stery Publishing                                             

- A Media Publishing Company

Feb 9, 2019

Women Navigating Careers in Independent Schools Networking Breakfast

New Date:  Feb 9, 2019 in ATLANTA

8 AM -11:30 AM
8:00AM -WNC Registration
- This event requires a fee.
8:30AM - WNC Breakfast
WNC Session 1
- Breaking In and Mentoring - From the resume to the hiring contract, seasoned administrators will share strategies for getting your foot in the door and planting your feet in a great school.  This session also helps identify potential mentors, access organizations and tips to navigate the school's professional landscape. All of this coming from mentors and school administrators.

10AM - WNC Session 2 - Making that Next Step - So you completed a killer resume, got hired, secured a terrific mentor, now what. The story doesn't end here. What else should you be doing to get to the next level.  Our seasoned professionals will share advancement strategies.​

Location:  Cliff Valley School, 2426 Clairmont Rd, 

Atlanta, GA 30329
​Free campus parking.  Accessible by MARTA.

For more information: Email:  teachers@teacherofcolor.info  OR check us out at www.teacherofcolor.info  Terry Williams, Executive Director and Founder, Teacher of Color Recruitment Fairs
Website:  www.teacherofcolor.info    

E-mail: terry@teacherofcolor.info 
(Some scheduled events are linking/networking opportunities.)

​​​​​​​Terry Williams​​ 

​​is Executive Director at Black Parents Forum and Teacher of Color Recruitment.  She is also Publisher of the William Company (WSC) which includes books and additional media relating to parenting.  The flagship publication for WSC is Young Horizons Indigo, a blog news source for parents and teachers.  Started in 1986, the company focus is parents and family issues. Young Horizons Indigo, a news source for African American families started with the web site - www.younghorizonsonline.com. Currently WSC publishes online and produces the Black Parents Forum and Teacher of Color Recruitment Fairs.  Both focus on parents and teachers interested in independent schools, pk-12.

Terry Williams, Publisher & Executive Director
Teacher of Color Recruitment

P.O. Box 371595, Decatur, GA  30037