The Freed-Hardeman University School of Education will conduct a job fair March 10-11 for seniors planning to certify to teach. Representatives from 12 schools within a 30-40 mile radius of Freed-Hardeman have been invited to meet or interview graduating students for positions in their schools. Union University and Lambuth University students have also been invited to the job fair.
The schools that have been invited constitute Freed-Hardeman’s practicum and student-teaching pool. This job fair is designed to give these local schools first opportunity to interview and hire Freed-Hardeman graduates.
Rhonda Jones, who organized the job fair, knows the importance of the event for students and schools. “The School of Education Job Fair is important because it is a collaborative effort between local school districts and Freed-Hardeman University to give our students an opportunity for jobs. It keeps Freed’s relationship with these schools in good standing, and it gives our students the chance to have a one-on-one conversation with the people they will be working with,” she said.
For more information, please contact Jones in the School of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.