The following links provide opportunities for certified and
non-certified teacher candidates.
Unique Careers in Education Expo is an excellent opportunity to
connect with employers who offer non-traditional jobs related to education.
For some ideas of potential employers, check out previous directories
Expo 2010 and
Can I Do with a Major in Education? - Be sure to look under "Links
and Print Information" to find even more information.
of the US (Spain) AuPair
Program - serve as an au pair for a host family in Madrid, Spain for
up to 12 months. Participants must be between 18-26 years of age,
proficient in spoken English, and have a high school diploma.
Au Pair - connects nannies, babysitters, au pairs, and tutors with
Care Au Pair - childcare and cultural exchange program offers
families affordable childcare customized to their needs with a unique
Pair in America - For more than 25 years, Au Pair in America has
been the leading provider for live-in child care in the U.S.
Year - You can make a difference: in schools, in classrooms, in
neighborhoods. City Year corps members serve full-time at one of
21 locations across the United States as tutors and mentors, running
after-school programs and leading youth leadership programs.
Career Coach- a statewide, free online tool designed to help PA
students and job seekers make lasting career choices.
Specialties- Check out articles, job postings and other resources in
Employ- a national network of career-enhancing internships and job
♦Get That Gig- opportunities for short and long-term positions outside
of the traditional classroom teaching- from NASA to MTV.
♦Peace Corps - Some states waive student teaching requirements or provide
preliminary teaching credentials for returned Peace Corps volunteers.
All education positions require at least a bachelor's degree and a
minimum GPA of 2.5.