2015 Minnesota Education Job Fair
Monday, April 13, 2015 | Minneapolis Convention Center
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Employer Booths Open
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Interviewing Area Open
Meet school district and education organization representatives,
attend district presentations, and interview for jobs. The fair is open
to students and alumni from participating Minnesota colleges and
universities. Teachers must be licensed by December 2015. Education
services candidates (such as school counselors, speech therapists,
school social workers, or school administrators) may also attend. The registration fee is $20. To prepare for the MN Education Job Fair, click on the “Prepare” tab below.
- Review the MN Education Job Fair Checklist.
- View the MN Education Job Fair Orientation Online Workshops. (Transcripts available upon request.)
- Visit the CEHD Career Services website for additional teacher job search resources.
- Stop by during drop-in hours to have your resume reviewed in preparation for the job fair.
- Or, schedule an appointment with a career counselor
by calling 612-625-3339 or online at cehdcareer.appointments.umn.edu for assistance with your resume,
school district research, and job fair strategy.
Each year, approximately 100 local, national, and international
education employers attend the MN Education Job Fair. They represent
school districts large and small and non-profit organizations who are
seeking qualified teacher candidates and education service professionals
(such as school counselors, speech therapists, school social workers, or
Visit the MN Education Job Fair’s employer webpage for more information about participating school districts and education organizations that interview on-site. Check this page frequently, as the list of employers will increase as the event gets closer.
Job Fair Check-in
The U of M (Twin Cities)/CEHD check-in table will be open at 10:00 a.m.
When you arrive, stop by the U of M table to pick up your name tag and other materials. Your name tag will act as your proof of admission. You will
be required to provide evidence of eligibility by presenting your U of M
student ID card or (unofficial) transcript.