Annual Career Fair for Black Male Educators

Posted by The Fellowship on March 13, 2017

PURPOSE: Annual Career Fair for Black Male Educators

There is a serious shortage of Black male educators in our schools, and all our children are worse off for it. Maybe you’re the answer. Whether you’re an experienced Black male educator looking for a new challenge, a college student weighing career paths, or working in another field you just don’t find fulfilling, come to our career fair and hear about your options, meet with mentors, and talk directly with people looking to hire.

Teaching can be an amazing, meaningful career. In fact, we at the Fellowship: Back Male Educators for Social Justice see it as nothing short of revolutionary. Change, innovation, progress, the fight for equity and justice: it all starts with one person passing on knowledge to another. With one teacher sharing age-old lessons with the young. With one generation committing to lift the next.

Come and find out how you can be a part of all this.

Sponsored by: The Fellowship: Black Male Educators for Social Justice

Saturday, March 25, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

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