The Career Development Center and the College of Education have partnered to provide this annual career event for senior education majors. This event allows students who will be graduated and employable by August of 2016 to interview with school systems throughout the state.
Register online January 17, 2017 at 8:00 AM – January 20, 2017 at 5:00 PM. No scheduling requests will be accepted outside of the limits specified above.
- All attendees are expected to have a professional resume
- Appropriate interview dress is expected
- Scheduling requests will be taken in the order they are received.
- Schedules based on availability
- Students will be assigned to their first five choices as slots allow
- The last five choices will be assigned once attempts at assigning all students’ top five choices are exhausted
- No scheduling requests can be guaranteed
- After submitting your registration, please e-mail a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Resumes received after January 27, 2017 at 5:00pm will not be included in the resume book.
School Systems Attending
|ALABASTER CITY SCHOOLS – Two elementary schools, an intermediate school, a sixth-grade center, middle school and a high school||JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOLS – Second largest school system in Alabama|
|ALEXANDER CITY SCHOOLS – Between Birmingham and Auburn on Highway 280 near Lake Martin||LEEDS CITY SCHOOLS – 20 miles East of Birmingham on I20|
|AUBURN CITY SCHOOLS – Eight elementary schools, one middle school, one junior high and one high school in War Eagle country||MADISON CITY SCHOOLS – 12 miles West of Huntsville on 565|
|BIBB COUNTY SCHOOLS – South West of Montevallo||MOUNTAIN BROOK CITY SCHOOLS – Just over the mountain from downtown Birmingham located in an affluent area|
|BIRMINGHAM CITY SCHOOLS – Fourth largest school system in Alabama||MONTGOMERY PUBLIC SCHOOLS – 56 schools in the state’s capital city|
|BLOUNT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION – Just north of Birmingham between I65 and I59||PELL CITY SCHOOLS – 35 miles East of Birmingham off I20|
|BUTLER COUNTY SCHOOLS – South of Montgomery near I65 (Greenville, Georgiana)||SELMA CITY SCHOOLS – 50 miles West of Montgomery|
|CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS– East of Birmingham off I20||SHELBY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION|
|CLAYTON COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS – Jonesboro, GA; 20 miles South of Atlanta off I75||SYLACAUGA CITY SCHOOLS – 46 miles Southeast of Birmingham off Hwy 280|
|DECATUR CITY SCHOOLS – West of Huntsville off I65 in Limestone County||TALLADEGA COUNTY SCHOOLS – 54 miles East of Birmingham off I20|
|ESCAMBIA SCHOOL DISTRICT – Pensacola, FL||TUSCALOOSA CITY SCHOOLS – 24 schools in the Tuscaloosa metro area, all relatively near to the University of Alabama|
|GWINNET COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS – Suwannee, GA; 33miles Northeast of Atlanta off I85||TUSCALOOSA COUNTY SCHOOLS – 35 schools in Roll Tide country|
|HOOVER CITY SCHOOLS – 17 schools in the rapidly growing city South of Birmingham||TRUSSVILLE CITY SCHOOLS – 20 miles Northeast of Birmingham off I20|
|HUNTSVILLE CITY SCHOOLS – Thirty-nine schools in the Huntsville area||VESTAVIA HILLS CITY SCHOOLS – 8 schools in a suburb just over the mountain from Birmingham|
Expected But Not Confirmed
|ANNISTON CITY SCHOOLS||9 schools 70 miles East of Birmingham off I20|
|ESCAMBIA COUNTY SCHOOLS||South Alabama; 85|
|HALE COUNTY SCHOOLS||30 miles South of Tuscaloosa|
|HARTSELLE CITY SCHOOLS||75 miles North of Birmingham off I-65; South of Decatur|
|HOMEWOOD CITY SCHOOLS||3 elementary, 1 middle and 1 high school known for their academic excellence|
|TALLADEGA CITY SCHOOLS||54 miles East of Birmingham off I20|