Stevens Cooperative School
Interest, Interviewing & Hiring
Everything You Need to Know About Transitioning to an Independent School
Interested in working in an independent school setting as a teacher, administrator or staff member? Join Stevens Cooperative School for a professional development workshop where attendees will:
*Learn what qualifications independent schools are looking for in faculty, staff and administratie candidates
*Be given strategies on how to create a strong resume and cover letter
*Discuss what types of questions can be expected during a school interview
When: January 12, 2016 at 8:00am AND 5:30pm
Where: 100 River Drive S., Jersey City, NJ
Who should attend: Candidates looking to explore career opportunities within an independent school setting.
To register visit www.stevenscoop.org/workshop
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Diversity at Stevens
At Stevens Cooperative School, our commitment to diversity and equity is systemic in fostering an inclusive school environment, from how we think about our admissions practices to the hiring, retention and de element of our faculty and staff. As a school we make diversity and equity an integral and valued part of the school's culture, curriculum and programs.
At Stevens, diversity is not a program, but rather the fabric of our community, Our students feel valued and understood because they are invited to share their stories and voices. This in turn cultivates a school environment where healthy development flourishes and where each student can reach their best potential as scholars, lifelong learners, and empathetic citizens of the world.
As an attendee of this event, you will learn what it means to be a part of an independent school. You will hear from professionals about preparing for job interviews and perfecting your resume and cover letter to reflect the unique qualifications that hiring managers look for. And you will walk away with an understanding of the diverse culture and experiences that the Stevens community possesses. It is essential that schools provide meaningful opportunities for students to take an active role in building a healthy sense of identity and confidence throughout their educational journey, and this is facilitated by the teachers.