Schools to recruit educators at Delaware State University game

Delaware State News
Posted 9/27/22

DOVER — Prospective educators will have the opportunity to meet with 14 school districts and charter schools during a recruitment fair at Saturday’s Delaware State University football game.

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Schools to recruit educators at Delaware State University game

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DOVER — Prospective educators will have the opportunity to meet with 14 school districts and charter schools during a recruitment fair at Saturday’s Delaware State University football game.

The Delaware Department of Education is sponsoring the event as an opportunity to connect those interested in working in public schools with potential employers and to help diversify the educator workforce. The halftime show also will feature an internship partnership between Caesar Rodney High School and DelState, with two former interns who are working in public schools this fall.

The employers to be represented Saturday include Appoquinimink School District, Brandywine School District, Caesar Rodney School District, Capital School District, Christina School District, Colonial School District, Freire Charter Wilmington, Indian River School District, Las Americas ASPIRA Academy, Laurel School District, MOT Charter School, New Castle County Vo-Tech School District, Providence Creek Academy and Sussex Tech School District.

The Hornets play Robert Morris University on Saturday. The game starts at 6 p.m. The recruitment fair will be located near the concession stand at Alumni Stadium. Registration is not required.

For information, contact ann.hlabangana-clay@doe.k12.de.us.

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