There are several online job boards that can assist individuals in finding open positions within the field of education. Aspiring teachers should seek positions related to working with youth, especially those within K-12 school settings. Below, we've highlighted some local area websites for you to begin your job search!
EDJOIN is one of the most comprehensive online job boards for education positions within California. For instructions on how to apply, view this EDJOIN Applicant User Guide. This one-stop website can be used to view and apply for all types of positions within school districts across the state - from Classified roles to Certificated positions once you become a teacher!
Extended School Programs
To meet the needs of many working families, extended school programs provide a safe learning environment for before-school and/or after-school care. Below are some programs in our local area.
Additional Job Opportunities
In addition to jobs available at schools or in extended school programs, we encourage you to seek opportunities in aligned fields. There are many areas where future educators can gain experience working with youth including youth sports programs, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) working with individuals on the Autism spectrum, and more! Below is a collection of job openings that have been referred to us. In addition to these, we advise you to do a thorough search of your own!
The Service Learning Program at Santa Ana College provides opportunities for students to volunteer at various community agencies, including local K-12 schools and non-profit organizations working with youth. Students may choose to volunteer for course curriculum or program requirements, or they may volunteer independently for career exploration. To learn more about these volunteer opportunities and to sign up for an orientation, visit the Service Learning Program website.
Career Development Services
The Career Development Center at Santa Ana College offers many services to assist students in pursuing prospective careers. These services include: career presentations, access to resources on careers and training programs, major-focused workshops, and employment preparation workshops with topics such as writing a resume, interviewing, and using LinkedIn. To learn more about these services, visit the Career Development Center website.