Join us for an hour-long virtual info session and get valuable insight on how to become a Teacher in BC.
Are you looking to jump-start your teaching career in a professionally supportive environment with an innovative school district? Two school districts in the beautiful West Vancouver and Williams Lake communities are hiring teachers! They are seeking certified teachers to take on various elementary, intermediate and secondary teaching roles starting right away.
If you’re interested in knowing what employers at West Vancouver School District 45 and Cariboo-Chilcotin School District 27 are looking for in an ideal candidate, join Make a Future’s next virtual information session on October 5th.
At the event, you’ll also have a chance to learn how to make your job application stand out from Make a Future’s HR experts. Our team will also be sharing data to let you know who’s hiring and which communities need teachers.
Spaces are limited, so reserve your spot as soon as possible!
Event Name: Launching Your Teaching Career in BC Information Session
Date: Wednesday, October 5th
Time: 1 pm to 2 pm PT
Format: Online via Zoom
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.
Cariboo-Chilcotin School District 27
Cariboo-Chilcotin School District employs teachers, educational leaders, management, and support staff in the communities of 100 Mile House, 150 Mile House, Williams Lake, Alexis Creek, Anahim Lake, Big Lake, Bridge Lake, Dog Creek, Forest Grove, Lone Butte, Horsefly, Lac La Hache, Likely, 108 Mile Ranch, Nemiah Valley, and Tatla Lake.
The school district serves learners from 11 First Nation communities, which include Tsideldel First Nation (Alexis Creek Band), Tl’etinqox Government (Anaham Band), Yunesit’in Government (Stone Band), Tl’esoqox (Toosey Band), Xeni Gwet’in First Nation (Nemiah Valley), ?Esdilagh (Alexandria Band), Tsq’escen’ (Canim Lake Band), Stswecem’c/Xgat’tem ( Canoe Cree/Dog Creek Band), Esk’etemc First Nation (Alkali Lake), Xats’ull (Soda Creek First Nations), T’exelc (Williams Lake First Nation) and Ulkatchot’en (Ulkatcho First Nation).
Join a collaborative community of learning intensely focused on improving outcomes for all learners. Embed inclusion and Truth and Reconciliation in your daily practice. Get equipped with high-quality technology and resources. Be part of innovative local programming. Take learning out into nature and the community with encouragement and support for outdoor and place-based learning.
Can’t make the event?
We’re planning more information sessions with even more speakers throughout the year.