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  1. Job Fair - Independent Schools of St. Louis
  2. Career Fair Expo
  3. REAP Notes for Applicants
  4. REAP Notes for Applicants
  5. REAP Notes for Applicants
  6. REAP Notes for Applicants
  7. REAP Notes for Applicants
  8. REAP Notes for Applicants
  9. REAP Notes for Applicants
  10. REAP Notes for Applicants
  11. REAP Notes for Applicants
  12. REAP Notes for Applicants
  13. REAP Notes for Applicants
  14. REAP Notes For Applicants
  15. 5th Annual Summit for Transformative Learning
  16. MICDS Professional Conference for Educators - June 2018
  17. Independent Schools of St. Louis - Diversity Teacher Job Fair
  18. Diversity Teacher Job Fair
  19. Independent Schools of St. Louis 2016 Diversity Teacher Job Fair
  20. Summit for Transformative Learning hosted by MICDS

1. Job Fair - Independent Schools of St. Louis

Independent Schools of St. Louis invites you to meet and interview with HR representatives from 30 local, independent schools for our 2019 Diversity Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 12 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. at City Academy, 4175 N. Kingshighway. Designed to advance individuals of color within St. Louis Independent Schools, the Diversity Teacher Job Fair showcases Independent Schools that offer small class sizes, competitive salaries and benefits, outstanding professional development opportunities and faculty support, diverse and inclusive student bodies, and exceptional facilities.  Admission is free but registration is required at independentschools.org/jobfair

(392)--Last Updated: 2019-02-25


2. Career Fair Expo

Connect with local school districts and explore employment options for certified and classified staff.

Where:
Parkway Central High School
369 N. Woods Mill Rd.
St. Louis, MO  63017

When:
Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.

How:
Please register to attend at goo.gl/6H22mM

#MAKETHECONNECTION with the following School Districts:
Clayton, Confluence Academies, Desoto, Fort Zumwalt, Ferguson - Florissant, Fox, Francis Howell, Hazelwood, Jennings, Kirkwood, Lincoln, Lindbergh, Normandy, Orchard Farm, Parkway,
Pattonville, Ritenour, Riverview, Rockwood, Special School District, St. Louis Public Schools, University City, Wentzville.

Presented by MOASPA - STL

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3. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn how to set up email notifications and how to compose cover letters is this issue of REAP notes.

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4. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn how to complete an application as a school nurse, counselor or social worker and how to indicate current employer privacy in this issue of REAP Notes.

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5. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn how to convert your document into a PDF file and how to view your standard Application and Full Detailed Reports in this issue of REAP Notes.

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6. REAP Notes for Applicants

Get tips on creating cover letters and information on Cyber Schools by clicking here

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7. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn how to find your REAP ID and how to view, delete and replace your uploaded documents.

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8. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn How to Place Your Account on Hold and Application Completion Tips.

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9. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn a Tip to Complete Your REAP Application Quickly To Avoid the 90 Day Expiration Date

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10. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn what an internet resume is and whether you can retract a job notified of interested.

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11. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn how to edit a previously uploaded resume and how to edit an application.

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12. REAP Notes for Applicants

Learn how to change your application status from updating mode to active mode and how to set up email notifications.

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13. REAP Notes for Applicants

Click here to learn how to complete a name change, how to edit an uploaded resume and what to do when you get a message saying that you don't appear to have the proper qualifications.

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14. REAP Notes For Applicants

Learn how to resolve log in issues, process state transfers and how to change your application type in the issue of REAP Notes.

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15. 5th Annual Summit for Transformative Learning

Learn from the best, most sought-after experts in education at the 5th Annual Summit for Transformative Learning, June 2-4, 2019, in St. Louis, Missouri on the beautiful campus of MICDS. Witness keynote speakers Tom Schimmer, an education author, speaker, and consultant, and Dr. Marie Alcock, international education consultant and president of Learning Systems Associates. Participate in sessions that cover five conference themes: amplifying STEM, best practices in pedagogy and assessment, contemporary literacy, school leadership and fostering diverse, equitable and inclusive schools.
 
The “STLinSTL” conference offers participants opportunities to interact with keynote speakers and presenters in small group settings. The 2018 conference drew nearly 400 educators from across the country, providing invaluable networking opportunities for all attendees. The conference is also highly affordable and all-inclusive.
 
Learn more and join us at http://stlinstl.org/

(390)--Last Updated: 2018-11-08


16. MICDS Professional Conference for Educators - June 2018

Learn from the best, most sought-after experts in education at the 4th annual Summit for Transformative Learning. Conference themes include: Amplifying STEM; Best Practices in Pedagogy and Assessment; Contemporary Literacy; Fostering Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Schools; and School Leadership. Visit stlinstl.org for more information. 

(388)--Last Updated: 2018-03-16


17. Independent Schools of St. Louis - Diversity Teacher Job Fair

Teacher Job Search Tips & Tools
Looking for a career in independent schools? Join us on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at MICDS for an interactive workshop to help you prepare for Independent Schools of St. Louis’ Diversity Teacher Job Fair, which will be held Saturday, March 3, 2018.
 
From application submission to on-site interview, the workshop provides practical tips for a successful job search. There will be Q&A session with school leaders directly involved in the interview process. Learn about common mistakes when creating your cover letter and resume. Discover new resources for finding career opportunities and leave fully prepared for your job search!  Register for the workshop at www.independentschools.org.
 
Job Fair Information

Independent Schools of St. Louis invites you to meet and interview with HR representatives from 24 local, independent schools for our 2018 Diversity Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. Designed to advance individuals of color within St. Louis Independent Schools, the Diversity Teacher Job Fair showcases Independent Schools that offer small class sizes, competitive salaries and benefits, outstanding professional development opportunities and faculty support, diverse and inclusive student bodies, and exceptional facilities.  Admission is free but registration is required at www.independentschools.org  

(382)--Last Updated: 2018-01-16


18. Diversity Teacher Job Fair

Independent Schools of St. Louis invites you to meet and interview with HR representatives from 24 local, independent schools for our 2017 Diversity Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m at Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS) 101 N. Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63124 .

Designed to advance individuals of color within St. Louis Independent Schools, the Diversity Teacher Job Fair showcases Independent Schools that offer small class sizes, competitive salaries and benefits, outstanding professional development opportunities and faculty support, diverse and inclusive student bodies, and exceptional facilities.  Admission is free but registration is required at www.independentschools.org 

Participating Schools: Andrews Academy-Creve Coeur, Central Christian School, Chaminade College Preparatory School, Christian Brothers College High School, Churchill Center & School City Academy, The College School, Community School, Crossroads College Preparatory School, De Smet Jesuit High School, Forsyth School, John Burroughs School, Logos School, Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School,Nerinx Hall High School, New City School, Rossman School, St. Louis University High School, Thomas Jefferson School, Ursuline Academy, Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School, Whitfield School and The Wilson School.  Participating Community Partners: Aim High St. Louis and inspireSTL​

(366)--Last Updated: 2017-02-07


19. Independent Schools of St. Louis 2016 Diversity Teacher Job Fair

Independent Schools of St. Louis invites you to meet and interview with HR representatives from 24 local, independent schools for our 2016 Diversity Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, March 5, 2016 from 12pm – 2pm.  Designed to advance individuals of color within St. Louis Independent Schools, the Diversity Teacher Job Fair showcases Independent Schools that offer small class sizes, competitive salaries and benefits, outstanding professional development opportunities and faculty support, diverse and inclusive student bodies, and exceptional facilities.  Admission is free but registration is required at www.independentschools.org

(338)--Last Updated: 2016-01-27


20. Summit for Transformative Learning hosted by MICDS

Registration is now open for the 2016 Summit for Transformative Learning in St. Louis. 
 
This dynamic conference, hosted by Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS),  features workshops and sessions that explore common questions around six central themes:



BEST PRACTICES IN PEDAGOGY AND ASSESSMENT
Experts in the field share their experiences planning and assessing learning
AMPLIFYING STEM
Projects, curriculum and current practices in STEM education
IT’S ELEMENTARY
Session titles and experts selected specifically for K-6 educators
CONTEMPORARY LITERACY
Digital tools for helping students develop contemporary skills
BRAINS ON LEARNING
Topics on the latest research on learning and the brain
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING, COACHING AND ATHLETIC DEVELOPMENT
Helping coaches and teachers foster grit, mindfulness, and physical fitness



Join renowned experts and educators, including Tim RylandsRon RitchhartKen O’Connor and Jay McTighe, for an engaging professional development experience in a small group setting.  Network with colleagues and discover new strategies for transforming your students’ learning.



Interested in sharing your expertise?  We invite you to submit a proposal.   In return, you will receive a $50 stipend plus free attendance to a Pre-Conference session of your choice.



Group discounts are also available for teams of four or more people.  

We hope you will register today, and look forward to learning with you at STLinSTL@MICDS.

(333)--Last Updated: 2016-01-05