More than 200 Fresno State students and alumni looking for work in the education field will be at the Teacher Recruitment Fair on March 27. Hosted by Fresno State’s Kremen School of Education and Human Development, the recruitment fair will be 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Fresno Convention Center New Exhibit Hall (848 M Street) in downtown Fresno.

Sixty-nine school districts will be on hand to recruit graduates and future graduates of the Kremen School, a NCATE-accredited college that educates administrators, counselors and teachers at all grade levels. Districts from across the state will be represented, including Fresno, Clovis, San Francisco, San Jose and Oakland. A full list of participating districts can be found on the event website.

Attendees are asked to bring a current resume, philosophy statement, transcripts, proof of ED-JOIN registration and three letters of recommendation. The event is free for currently credential program students. The cost for alumni is $25, payable via check or money order at check-in.

Event organizer Julie Hendrix said candidates are encouraged to research the districts that interest them, then sign up for interviews during the first 30 minutes of the recruitment fair.

For more information, contact Teacher Recruitment Fair coordinator Julie Hendrix at 559.278.0234 or

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