Job fair features 30 school districts


Nassau BOCES, in partnership with Nassau County school districts, is holding a job fair on Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This exceptional opportunity for job seekers event takes place at the Freeport Recreation Center, located at 130 E. Merrick Road in Freeport.

Representatives from Nassau BOCES, SCOPE Education Services and several school districts will be present at the job fair offering an exclusive platform for candidates to explore a wide range of exciting career opportunities within the field of education. Attendees can look forward to engaging with representatives from 30 school districts, including Franklin Square and Sewanhaka.

Job seekers, whether seasoned professionals or fresh graduates, are encouraged to attend this event to explore positions as teacher aides, bus drivers, security personnel, naturalists, bus dispatchers, registered professional nurses, maintainers, food service personnel, cleaners/laborers, HVAC and electrical technicians, groundskeepers, monitors and more.

“We are excited to bring together Nassau BOCES and our partner school districts to create a platform where talented diverse individuals can explore rewarding careers in education,” said Peter Nicolino, Nassau BOCES Liaison to the Superintendent.

The event features: information booths from each participating district, offering insights into their educational programs, work culture, and career advancement opportunities; face-to-face interactions with district representatives, allowing candidates to ask questions, discuss job openings, and showcase their skills; networking opportunities with fellow job seekers and educational professionals and on-site resources and workshops to help attendees refine their job search strategies, improve interview techniques, and create effective resumes.

Prospective attendees are encouraged to dress professionally, bring copies of their resumes, and prepare to make an impression. Admission to the job fair is free, and no prior registration is required.

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