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Reach Thousands of New EducatorsReserve your spot today!
Purchase an ad or announcement in the 2018 AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators that will be seen by 50,000+ individuals from colleges, universities, agencies, and school districts. In addition to ads from employers, consortia, graduate schools, and education-related organizations, the 80+ page handbook includes articles targeted to the job search for teachers and related educators. Considered the premier resource among university career services and colleges of education, the handbook is often distributed to student teachers in class presentations and used as a one-on-one advising tool across the U.S. The AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators is the go-to resource for university professionals and candidates seeking employment. Because new grads use the handbook as their "manual" throughout their job search, your advertisement will be viewed by thousands of individuals for years to come!
1/8 to full-page ad space available
All ads are in full color at no additional charge!
Ad copy due: June 12, 2017
Mark Your Calendar
2018 Job Search Handbook Pre-Sale starts Monday, May 15!
Order your copies of the 2018 Job Search Handbook via our pre-sale from May 15 through July 15 with fulfillment during the end of July/beginning of August. Stay tuned to aaee.org for additional details!
Can't wait? The 2017 edition is still available for purchase!
JOB SEARCH HANDBOOKS
Congratulations to Bethany Schlipf, recipient of the 2017 Janice Jones Scholarship, an award of $800.
Bethany was presented with her check by Illinois State University Career Center Director Pamela Cooper, Career Advisor Renee Carrigan, Bethany Schlipf, and College of Education Associate Professor Dr. Pauline Williams.
Bethany is from Gridley, Illinois. She is completing her BA in Bilingual Elementary Education with a minor in Spanish and an ESL endorsement. She will graduate from Illinois State University in Spring 2019. Bethany has spent several weeks as a volunteer in Guatemala and Mexico. She hopes to use her love for Spanish and working with children by teaching students from low-income families in a rural or urban area. She also has a desire to teach abroad in a Spanish-speaking country.
AAEE 2017 Sponsorship Opportunities
Connect with hundreds of attendees
Help us ensure the success of our 84th Annual Conference and Education Career Fair by becoming a sponsor! Your conference sponsorship allows AAEE to provide enhanced programs and services for conference attendees without increasing the cost to our members.
By attending as a sponsor, you have great opportunities to make valuable connections with hundreds of AAEE attendees. We have sponsor packages ranging from Diamond to Bronze, for full details please see Conference Sponsorship.
“The 2016 AAEE conference in Nashville was one of the best conferences of the year. It was set up as a vendor-friendly conference, creating multiple opportunities for conversations with school districts all across the country. The collaborative environment focused on tackling challenges that exist in education, sharing best practices, and creating initiatives to positively impact student achievement.” - Justin Metcalf, PeopleAdmin; 2017 Diamond Sponsor
BECOME A SPONSOR
Sponsorship Application Deadline: June 1, 2017
For more information, please contact:
Amy Spruce at email@example.com or 720-972-4058
or Deb Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-800-1722.
BECOME A PRESENTER
The AAEE Conference Program Committee invites members to share their expertise and experience by presenting a 30-minute Express Session or a 60-minute Concurrent Session at the Annual AAEE National Conference.
Topics can include, but are not limited to:
(For a full list, please download application)
For event information please see Conference and Ed Career Fair Pages.
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With memories of Nashville lingering fondly, the AAEE team preps for an exciting journey to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for the 84th Annual Conference and Education Career Fair. The 2017 Conference and Fair will run from October 24 through 26, with the Career Fair falling on the final day, a new schedule from pervious formats. Until we see you there ...#AAEE2017PA
Tue. Oct. 24 - Thu. Oct. 26
We'll cover it all: professional development and networking opportunities for career services & Colleges of Education professionals, K-12 recruiters & school district administrators, and colleagues from nonprofit & for-profit education-related organizations.
Become a Presenter
Share your expertise and experience by presenting a 30-minute Express Session or 60-minute Concurrent Session at the Conference
Education Career Fair
Thu. Oct. 26 from 3 - 6 PM
Meet your recruiting needs by networking with students, recent graduates, and experienced practitioners.
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JOIN US FOR AAEE Webinar #4:
Tips for Teacher Fair Success: A Career Services Perspective
(Registration Deadline: Mon. March 13 at 10:00 a.m. ET)
Please join us for Webinar #4 from our 2016-17 Webinar Series with a presentation by Diana Maughan. "Tips for Teacher Fair Success: A Career Services Perspective" will offer advice on how to make your fair more effective and ensure you get the most from your teacher fair attendance.
Registration is free for members and $25 for non-members. Space is limited, so please REGISTER now. All registrants will receive a confirmation email from AnyMeeting with a unique link and password. You must have this in order to access the webinar.
The American Association for Employment in Education, along with 24 other organizations, has issued a joint statement affirming their strong support of high standards in education and calling for united efforts to recruit quality and diverse candidates into the teaching profession.
Classroom learning is most effectively supported by teachers who have pursued high-quality preparation programs, according to research. Motivating the most promising students to pursue careers in education and providing rigorous teacher preparation is key to having the most effective teachers in our classrooms. Quality education preparation programs work to develop candidates’ teaching abilities and ready them for the realities of the classroom, further raising their chances of success.
The full statement can be found on our Partnerships page.
AAEE, along with 24 other education-related entities, understands that educators have long been struggling under the weight of a negative narrative about the teaching profession as well as the increased scrutiny and demands placed on them. Additionally, enrollment in teacher education programs has declined 30% nationally since 2008, and the number of high-achieving undergraduate students considering a career in education is at its lowest level in decades.
“A key indicator of the public’s lack of respect for the teaching profession can be seen in the declining numbers of people entering the profession,” stated Kappa Delta Pi Executive Director Faye Snodgress. “As an organization that is committed to ensuring that all children have a highly effective teacher, KDP invited other education organizations to be a part of an effort to change the narrative and recognize the teaching profession for the noble profession that it is.”
Through the collaboration and partnering of our organizations, we are positioning ourselves to promote education as an attractive career, actively participate in teacher preparation, and continually support the career-long professional growth of teachers. We deeply value the collaboration and support of our colleagues in helping to amplify our voice.
“The American Association for Employment in Education is proud to collaborate with other national education-related organizations to encourage students to pursue the teaching profession,” stated Deborah Snyder, Executive Director of AAEE. “As a professional association that includes school system administrators, university career services professionals and College of Education faculty, high-quality preparation and recruitment of educators is our primary goal.”
AAEE Members, you are invited to submit an article for consideration for the next edition of the Job Search Handbook for Educators. The deadline for submitting the article is February 13, 2017.
We seek articles between 250 and 1,000 words. Short articles are welcome! Here are some tips:
You are welcome to submit an article that covers any aspect of the teacher job search.
If we accept your article, you, as the author:
Please email your proposed article (as a Word document) and a copy of the AAEE author’s agreement to: Becky Faber, 2018 Editorial Committee, at email@example.com by February 13, 2017.
Join us for our next webinar, Engage, Empower, and Evolve: A Guide to Project-Based Learning on Thursday, January 19th at 2p.m. ET.
Allison Brown-Lands of East Baton Rouge Parish School System will provide strategies on how teachers can utilize PBL to educate their students and give them an empowering role in their education further evolving and preparing them for college, careers, and civic life.
This is free for all members and non-members, but you must REGISTER in advance as space is limited: http://aaee.org/webinars.
Daphne Donaldson, AAEE Director of Professional DevelopmentSara Russell, Membership Services and Communication CoordinatorDeb Snyder, Executive Director
We are pleased to launch our 2016-17 Webinar Series with a presentation by Trina Edwards, Editor-in-Chief of Diversity in Ed. "7 Recruitment Principles for Principals" will offer tips for our K-12 members and insight for our education-related partners and university attendees who advise candidates.
There is NO fee for the December 15 webinar, but space is limited, so please REGISTER early.
Thank you for your involvement in AAEE. More information on our 2017 webinar series will be posted on the AAEE website soon.
Daphne Donaldson, AAEE Director of Professional Development
Sara Russell, Membership Services and Communication Coordinator
Deb Snyder, Executive Director
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