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Online job fair aims to fill 150 teacher slots

The diocesan Office of Catholic Schools will hold an online job fair March 13 to fill 150 teaching openings in preschools, elementary, middle and high schools across the Arlington diocese. 

All of the diocese’s 41 brick-and-mortar schools reopened for in-person instruction or a hybrid of in-person and online instruction at the beginning of the school year, and many schools have seen “an uptick of interest” and have waiting lists, said Superintendent Joseph Vorbach. The diocese also created a new fully online school, Saint Isidore of Seville.

The job fair will be open from 9 a.m. to noon. Pre-registration is required.

Job seekers will be able to talk with principals and representatives from the schools office and can pre-select schools of interests. Applicants should have resumes on hand and be prepared to schedule follow-up interviews.

The diocese serves 17,000 students at 37 parish elementary schools, four diocesan high schools, four independent schools and five free-standing preschools not connected with a parish.

Find out more

To preregister, go to bit.ly/3aPWEdm.

For more info, contact Janet Vetrano at 703/841-2519 or go to articulate.arlingtondiocese.org.


© Arlington Catholic Herald 2021