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Piedmont Triad School Districts Team Up to Talk

Careers in Public Education

Human Resources Experts Share Pathways to Public Education Careers

Eighteen school districts in North Carolina’s Piedmont region are joining forces to host free virtual information sessions for members of the public who are interested in careers in public education. On May 4th and 5th from noon until 1:00 pm, Human Resources professionals in the Piedmont Triad Education Consortium (PTEC) will share insider tips on a wide variety of employment opportunities available in local school districts.  Each virtual session via Zoom is free by registering in advance at www.ptecnet.org/announcements.

Participants can choose to attend separate sessions on careers for classified staff positions in Transportation, School Nutrition, Custodial Services, or for classroom specialties such as Teacher Assistants. Certified staff career sessions will include Teacher, Counselor, Social Worker, and School Administrator positions. Classroom teacher pathways are available for individuals with four-year degrees and for those without degrees.

Regional school districts that are members of PTEC include:

Alamance-Burlington Schools                       Asheboro City Schools

Caswell County Schools                                 Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools

Chatham County Schools                               Davidson County Schools

Davie County Schools                                    Guilford County Schools

Lexington City Schools                                  Montgomery County Schools

Mount Airy City Schools                               Randolph County Schools

Rockingham County Schools                         Stokes County Schools

Surry County Schools                                     Thomasville City Schools

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools       Yadkin County Schools

 “The eighteen school district members of the Piedmont Triad Education Consortium are a force multiplier for our regional economy and offer a broad array of career opportunities that many jobseekers may not realize exist in our communities,” said Lillie Cox, Executive Director of PTEC. “As our population continues to increase in this very desirable region of North Carolina, our schools and district operations will grow and expand as a result, offering a wealth of career opportunities instrumental in building our communities of the future.” 

Mount Airy City Schools Superintendent Dr. Kim Morrison noted, “We are grateful to partner with our region through PTEC to help education candidates to be part of our team.  Education is a career that impacts the next generation and we want people with a passion for children to join us in educating the future.” 

 
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