Our Teach in BC series continues in May with two upcoming information sessions featuring districts from Metro Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Northern BC and the Kootenay regions.
Make a Future’s team is emceeing these virtual sessions. In addition to hearing from various school districts about teaching opportunities in their communities, our team of HR experts will be sharing insider knowledge to get you hired. We’ll share tips on getting your job application noticed and highlight the unique opportunities available in BC’s independent, First Nations and BC-certified offshore schools.
Wednesday, May 4th at 1 PM PDT
Wednesday, May 11th at 1 PM PDT
If you can’t make this event, we’re planning future information sessions in the Spring and Summer. Sign-up for our mailing list to hear about upcoming dates.
More about the Employers
Coast Mountains School District 82
Coast Mountains School District is located in beautiful northwest British Columbia, a place where you can enjoy small-town life and unique cultural experiences. You can immerse yourself in the wonders of nature while fishing, camping, kayaking, mountain biking, hiking or skiing.
The school district also serves the learning needs of a significant urban Aboriginal population in the community of Terrace and numerous students of Nisga’a heritage from the Nass Valley also attend school in Terrace. The richness of the local First Nations culture and history contributes to all the schools in a very positive way as Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal learners benefit from the diversity surrounding them.
The district is currently looking to fill positions in Elementary teaching and Teachers Teaching on Call (TTOCs).
Sooke School District 62
School District 62 is a growing school district located a short distance from Victoria, BC, on Vancouver Island. Set to the backdrop of forests, the Pacific ocean, mountains and pristine Lakes, the district serves 12,000 students in the communities of Sooke, Port Renfrew, Metchosin, Highlands, Langford and Colwood.
The district currently serves approximately 12,000 students in the communities of Sooke, Port Renfrew, Metchosin, Highlands, Langford and Colwood. In the next five years, Sooke anticipates an annual growth of 300 students annually.
The district is currently looking to fill Inclusive Education and French Immersion Teacher positions.
Richmond School District 38
School District 38 is situated on the traditional and unceded territory of the peoples of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ language group. SD 38 is a vibrant learning community that fosters students’ engagement, creativity, and well-being in inclusive learning environments.
Located in the Metro Vancouver region, the school district lies within the boundaries of the City of Richmond on an island at the mouth of the Fraser River. The community’s shared history began thousands of years ago as a place where the First Peoples gathered and lived. Today Richmond is a community of over 200,000 people who have chosen to live here from all over the world. Richmond has the highest immigrant population in the entire country, with ¾ of the population of Asian descent.
The district is currently recruiting to fill Teachers Teaching on Call (TTOCs) and French Immersion Teachers.
Boundary School District 51
School District 51 provides opportunities for students to develop their individual and unique potential in harmony with home, school and community, thus enabling them to become mature and responsible citizens with inquiring minds and a desire for lifelong learning.
Teachers in the school district enjoy a four-day workweek, and numerous professional development benefits and recreational opportunities. This region offers its residents a variety of lifestyle opportunities. You can live in an urban subdivision or on a ranch, hobby farm or lakefront. The four distinct seasons provide great temperatures and weather conditions for a wide range of seasonal outdoor activities.
Boundary School District 51 operates schools in Grand Forks, Beaverdell, Greenwood, Bridesville, West Bridge, Midway, Christina Lake, Big White, and Rock Creek British Columbia.
The district is currently recruiting to fill Learning Services Teachers and Teachers Teaching on Call (TTOCs).