2015-2016 HBCU Careers Magazine


What Employers Really Want from New Grads P. 16

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Social Media and the College Student P. 67

Yesterday’s Wisdom for

Today’s Reality - 5 Tips You Should

F e a t u r e d E m p l o y e r s • F e a t u r e d E m p l o y e r s • F e a t u r e d E m p l o y e r s • Our 2014 Picks

Know When Starting Your Career P. 99

Come Teach With Us!

“A DISTRICT THAT CELEBRATES DIVERSITY” With more than 90 percent of graduates attending college, the District has developed creative learning opportunities to engage all students, both in and out of the classroom. From a differentiated instructional approach for individualized learning to offerings at the high school that include rigorous course work in the core curriculum courses and electives that expand a student’s creative expression, all students find their niche and become critical thinkers and learners. We connect. We inspire. We care. We teach . Join us at MCPS, a cul urally rich and diverse community. We seek certified or licensed teachers in all disciplines and grade levels, particularly in early childhood, foreign language, occupational and physical therapy, special education, speech pathology, math, science and technology education. Earn $46,410–$78,061 We provide: F tuition reimbursement F continuous training F consulting teacher/mentor support Visit our website: www.MCPSCareers.org rockville , maryland Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Follow us on The South Orange and Maplewood Public School District serves a racially and economically diverse population of 6,200 students, K-12, in nine schools. The District has a history of exemplary performance and a commitment not only to diversity, but also to grappling honestly and openly with all that being a diverse learning environment entails.


Turning Post-graduation Opportunities Into Employment P. 86

Charlottesville City Schools strives to be

We offer:  Relevant professional development opportunities, including Google in Education  Professional learning communities  Competitive compensation  Staff wellness benefits  Classroom grants  Community partnerships, including the University of Virginia and the African-American Teaching Fellows

a first-class workplace,

attracting and supporting a top-notch staff that

reflects the rich diversity of our community.

Personal and Academic Excellence Inspired by a Collaborative and Innovative Learning Environment Charlottesville City Schools www.charlottesvilleschools.org

2014 Featured Employers

Decatur City Schools Empowering students through education


Inspire generations.

302 4th Avenue NE Decatur, AL 35601 256-552-3000


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