2016 Education Career Fair

Join us Sunday, November 13 from 1 - 4pm.
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel Nashville Downtown
315 4th Avenue North, Nashville 37219

A great opportunity to build employment connections and prepare for a career in education. 
Over 50 local, regional and international employers expected to attend! See who is hiring.

All candidates who attend receive a free copy of the 2017 Job Search Handbook for Educators!


1:00 PM: Positively Differentiating Yourself at a Career Fair

2:00 PM: Resumes that Get You Noticed

Registration is FREE. Register now and be entered to win a $25 Amazon gift card!*

All Candidates who register online by November 1st, 2016 will be entered to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card. Two winners will be chosen; all winners must be in attendance at the Education Career Fair at the time of drawing to receive their prize.

Register Today


Parking: Tennessee State Capitol, 600 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN 37243 OR any metered spot on the street as there is no charge on weekends.

Walk (5 min) From the State Capitol parking lot, turn left on Charlotte avenue for 2 blocks to 4th avenue. Go right on 4th avenue and the Doubletree entrance is on your right. The Nashville Public Library garage is $5 on Sundays. See for more parking options.

Fair MAP: Be sure to download the AAEE Conference Fair Plus App on your phone to see details about districts attending and a map of the space.

2016 Annual Education Career Fair
November 13, 2016
1:00 - 4:00 PM

Double Tree by Hilton Hotel 
Nashville Downtown
315 4th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37219

Join the conversation online! 

Conference and career fair updates, news and excitement will be shared via social media using the hashtag #AAEE2016Success. Join in the conversation on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Hiring Organizations

Will your new employer be at the career fair? Check out our map or the list of participating organizations below and check back often for updates:

Get the most from our career fair

  • Be prepared to talk about your education, skills, and experiences and how they can benefit their school district or organization.  Ask questions to determine if you would enjoy working there.
  • Bring plenty of copies of your resume.
  • Don’t forget to ask for a business card or other form of contact information so you can follow-up properly. Try to send thank you correspondence as soon as possible following this event (or after any follow-up interviews scheduled).
  • Don’t limit yourself geographically! Talk to as many recruiters as possible today to learn about opportunities – you may find that some of the best jobs are in states or geographic regions further away than your original focus.  Learn as much as you can about your options to make the best decision.
  • Be confident in yourself as you let recruiters know all the wonderful things you can do for their students. 
All candidates will receive a free copy of the Job Search Handbook for Educators (a $15 retail value), a national publication with articles targeted to the teaching profession. It also contains ads from employers and recruitment organizations seeking candidates.

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