Looking for an opportunity to make an impact on the future of the Dallas community?
Join the leaders of all 224 Dallas ISD schools to learn more about becoming a teacher in the district on Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m.–12 p.m. at Emmett J. Conrad High School. Schools will be prepared to hire, meaning attendees could walk away with a guaranteed spot for the 2015-2016 school year.
Experienced teachers, soon-to-be graduates, and professionals interested in transitioning into education are encouraged to attend.
Compass, the district’s alternative certification program, takes top talent within the community and prepares them to be effective teachers. Anyone with a bachelor’s degree and an overall GPA of at least 2.75 is eligible to apply for the program. Only a limited number of spots remain, so anyone who has started, but not yet completed, a Compass application is encouraged to finalize and submit their information before the deadline of April 30.
Throughout the district, positions in every subject remain open. The largest need continues to be for teachers in the areas of bilingual education, mathematics and science (STEM). Some signing incentives remain for teachers in those subjects.