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Boston Public Schools Multilingual & High Needs Recruitment Fair

When: April 27, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Where: 2300 Washington St, Boston, MA
Ages allowed: All Ages
Cost: Free
Boston Public Schools Multilingual & High Needs Recruitment Fair

Come network with current School Leaders from high needs schools and the Recruitment Team looking to recruit Multilingual Teachers to Boston Public Schools (BPS). During this event you’ll learn about various high need openings and other teaching opportunities that require a multilingual educator. You can also answer your questions about the application and hiring process, and how BPS supports and develops our diverse educators.

As an educator candidate for Boston Public Schools who has self reported to possess:

  • certification to teach English as a Second Language

  • fluency in one of BPS’ official languages

  • Special Needs/ Moderate Disabilities/ SEI Endorsement/ Severe Disabilities

we’d like to invite you to attend our upcoming Multilingual and High Needs Educators’ event.

This event is for educators who currently licensed (or on Emergency License), or will be fully licensed by August 2021, to teach English as a Second Language in Massachusetts (full ESL license only, SEI endorsement does not qualify) OR Currently licensed, or will be fully licensed by August 2021, to teach any subject in Massachusetts AND are fluent in or more of the following languages: Chinese (Cantonese or Mandarin), Creole Cape Verdean, Creole Haitian, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish or Vietnamese.

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