An exclusive event in the summer for Canadian teachers looking to launch their careers in the fall
There’s no better time to find a job in BC’s schools than right now! If you’re looking for your “dream job” in education, join our virtual information sessions to hear from HR experts in education and employers from across the province.
Make a Future’s Teach in BC series continues in June with two upcoming information sessions featuring districts and independent schools from Metro Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Northern BC and the Kootenay regions.
Our team will share tips on getting your job application noticed, and our guest speakers will let you know why you should come work for them.
Wednesday, June 15th, at 12 PM PST
Thursday, June 23rd at 1 PM PST:
If you can’t make this event, we’re planning future information sessions in the summer. Sign-up for our mailing list to hear about upcoming dates.
Meet the speakers
Chilliwack School District 33
Chilliwack offers a small-town feel with big-city facilities. Close to Vancouver in the beautiful Fraser Valley, Chilliwack is where you come for great opportunities and stay for the lifestyle.
Live. Work. Grow. At work, you’ll find a close-knit, supportive team and great professional development opportunities. You’ll be living in a beautiful region, brimming with professional and recreational opportunities for you and your family!
West Vancouver School District 45
At West Vancouver Schools, we are fortunate to be able to live and work in one of the most beautiful places in British Columbia. We aspire to be the finest education system in the country! We are continually recruiting people to help support this mission, from teachers to custodians and everyone in between. We are a smaller, community-oriented school District with a reputation for excellence and innovation. Our values include authenticity, inclusiveness, and accountability, with a strong focus on diversity within our workforce.
We offer competitive compensation, and for permanent positions, we offer extensive benefits, including the Municipal Pension Plan. In addition, we strongly believe in the value of lifelong learning and offer numerous professional development opportunities throughout the year.
Nechako Lakes School District 91
In SD91, we are grateful to live, work, and play on the unceded, ancestral territories of fourteen First Nations representing the Dakelh, Nedut’en and Wet’suwet’en peoples. We are working diligently towards creating equity for our learners through conscious acts of Reconciliation.
We are located in the geographical center of BC; Nechako Lakes offers a lifestyle and work environment that will feed your soul. World-class fishing, hiking, skiing, kayaking and snowmobiling, and the rest of nature, all at your back door.
The rural lifestyle is less stressful and more affordable. Leave the traffic and commutes behind you and come to a place where homeownership is possible. If that’s not enough, you are still only a one-hour flight to Vancouver, Edmonton or Calgary.
SD91 believes that education should be exciting, enriching and give back to you and your students. We also believe that education is an adventure that needs to be shared with everyone that works in our District. SD91 offers a supportive environment with more than enough opportunity for you to use all of the skills and education you’ve been acquiring. We assist our new teachers with personalized support to ensure growth and development.
Join our progressive team of educators and embark on a career in the “heart” of BC.
Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese
The Catholic Independent Schools of the Vancouver Archdiocese (the CISVA) operates 46 schools – 40 elementary and 6 high schools. Our schools are located throughout the Greater Vancouver Area, near the best sites and attractions that Vancouver and British Columbia has to offer. Our footprint extends over 250 kilometers from Powell River in the west to Chilliwack in the east.
Teaching is a profession with opportunities to inspire and impact the lives of young people. Teaching in a Catholic school is a vocation that values the dignity of the human person and fosters opportunities for students to grow in their relationship with Jesus.
We are a culturally diverse faith-based family. We offer more than a place of work – we provide a call to your teaching vocation where you can work and live your faith in a supportive community.
We are a vibrant school system with many school and program expansion projects in the future. We offer spiritual and professional growth and mentorship opportunities for new teachers to help them with their transition into the CISVA.
Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District 42
Located on the shared, traditional, and unceded territories of Katzie First Nation and Kwantlen First Nation, the Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District (SD42) is deeply committed to supporting the implementation of the renewed provincial curriculum, innovative and effective assessment and reporting practices.
Ongoing professional learning focuses on high-quality pedagogy and the inclusion of all students. Student success is at the heart of all of our efforts, fostered through the initiative, creativity, motivation and the shared values and vision of our leaders, staff and district partners. Our staff members are the foundation of our system. When you join our school district, you become part of a talented community of educators and support staff dedicated to enriching the lives of all students and helping them achieve success.
We are committed to promoting and supporting employee growth and learning and offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes a pension plan, dental, medical insurance, and much more. There is so much to love about living and working for the district, and although we are an innovative growing district, it still has a close-knit feel on the edge of nature. Parks, mountains, lakes, streams and fields are within walking distance of many schools and school communities.