Order the 2022 Job Search Handbook!

Institutional members receive SUBSTANTIAL DISCOUNTS on bulk orders of our Job Search Handbook. Not a member? Become one today!

Institutional Members Have Options

Whether supporting your students in-person or online, be sure they have access to the 2022 Job Search Handbook for Educators. 

What are your options?

  • Digital copies only ($1.99 per copy; minimum order of 25) 
  • Unfortunately, we have sold out of print copies of the Job Search Handbook

Digital editions will be accessible through the member portal on our website. For each of your students to access this resource, we will ask you to provide a name and email address via an Excel sheet or CSV file so we can establish a free AAEE Educator Candidate account. 

If you would prefer AAEE mail copies of the 2022 Job Search Handbook for Educators to your students directly, we will be happy to do so for an additional fee of $3.00 each. We will ask you to provide a name and mailing address for each of these students. 

AAEE is always happy to work with you to find the best solution. If you don't see a quantity that meets your needs, send us a message and we will gladly consider your request.


Order Your DIGITAL Job Search Handbook(s) Today!


Are you an Educator Candidate?

Become a member of AAEE! As an educator candidate member, you receive FREE access to resources designed to help you along your job search journey. 

Inside you'll find:

  • Virtual Job Fair Information 
  • PreK-12 Education Job Board 
  • Resume Building 
  • Interview Tips and Preparation 
  • Access to our Online Member Directory for Networking 
  • Webinars 
  • Scholarship Opportunities 
  • Discounted Pricing on a Single Digital Copy of the 2022 Job Search Handbook for Educators 

2022 Job Search Handbook for Educators
Editorial Committee

The AAEE Job Search Handbook for Educators is the product of many hours of hard work from our Editorial Committee. Over a period of several months, they collaborate to review and select articles, edit, and prepare a cohesive publication, specifically targeted to the education profession. Prepared annually, it’s relevancy and substantial focus make AAEE’s publication the premier job search handbook on university campuses across the country. Learn more about each of our dedicated volunteers below. 

If you would like to get involved as a committee member for the 2023 edition of the Job Search Handbook for Educators, please contact Executive Director Tim Neubert at execdir@aaee.org.

2022 Committee Members

  • Lenroy Jones, OH (Chair)
  • Jamie Doss, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
  • Matthew Erickson, Slippery Rock University, PA
  • Rebecca “Becky” Faber, University of Nebraska - Lincoln (retired)
  • Amy Hatmaker, University of Houston - Victoria, TX
  • Sandy Herald, Grove City College, PA
  • Thomas Kersten, Roosevelt University, IL
  • Toni Latham, University of Georgia
  • Jack Kronser, Douglas County Schools, CO
  • Betty Ann Rember, Southern Utah University
  • Brecca Farr, Oklahoma State University
  • Deb Keys, University of Wisconsin - Stout
  • Amanda Machonis, West Chester University of PA

Thank you all!

Member Testimonials!

As the Recruitment Manger for East Baton Rouge Parish School System and a former Middle School Teacher of 28 years, I love reading any material that helps me handle my job more effectively and learn more. The Job Search Handbook helped me to do both. This is a great magazine with so many wonderful resources to help new educators know about the recruitment process and how to find the job they are looking for.
Dana Morrison
School District, LA
I really appreciate AAEE for supporting teachers, graduates and pre-service students with this handbook to assist educators with invaluable tips in the teaching profession and most importantly their prospective career...this Job Search Handbook that AAEE produced will be utilized in all of my courses as student matriculate in this exciting profession of teaching and training others.
Dr. Sharon Hunter
University, NC
We have provided for many years a copy of AAEE's Job Search Handbook for Educators to each of our student teachers. I recommend to our student teachers they read one to three articles each evening. The articles are pertinent, practical, and exactly what student teachers need as they engage in job searching. Typically one page in length, an article takes little time to read so doesn't get put off "later".
Dr. Gail Moorman Behrens
Andres School of Education
I love providing this outstanding handbook to our future educators during their clinical orientation (just prior to starting their student teaching) and briefly going over several of the articles. It is a wonderful resource for their job search "tool box".
Julie R.
University, Texas