Professional and Student Organizations

Job Resources

  • Education America

    This free job board is dedicated to making a nationwide search for education employment as convenient and straightforward as possible. Users may post a profile for potential employers to browse, as well as search through their large collection of job postings.

  • K12Jobspot

    K12JobSpot offers a user-friendly interface, allowing job hunters to browse positions by state or search for specific criteria. You can also setup a free account to receive job alerts for specific search criteria.

  • myEDmatch

    Noting that one of the biggest issues in education is teachers leaving the field due to dissatisfaction with their work environment, MyEdMatch was created with the goal of transforming the way teachers are matched with schools. The service allows teachers to create an in-depth digital resume with samples of their work in the classroom. They also offer unique search parameters which allow educators to browse listings according to their educational beliefs and goals.

  • Schoolspring

    Both new and experienced teachers can benefit from this resource. Schoolspring provides free accounts with career document management tools, a simple job search engine, custom job alerts and a comprehensive application tool.

  • Teach for America

    This national nonprofit is dedicated to changing education for underprivileged students. After a rigorous application process, they take promising teachers and place them in classrooms across the country in poor and underserved neighborhoods.

  • Teachers Support Network

    Teachers Support Network is a for-profit organization with the mission to connect highly qualified teachers with the schools that need them. They offer teachers the chance to build a personal portfolio that will be posted in a database frequently browsed by school districts. Additionally, they allow candidates to perform a skills assessment called “TeacherKeys,” which will score them on essential abilities and make these scores viewable to schools.


    A nationwide job board, Teachers-Teachers attempts to make the education job search as easy as possible. Their free resources allow you to maintain an online profile that is searchable by recruiters and makes applying for positions easy. Your account comes with a dashboard that enables you to easily monitor job applications and their statuses.

  • TIE Online

    This nonprofit’s niche is the international market. Teachers can use this site to browse positions around the world, get job alerts and post their resumes for employers to browse. It also hosts a number of resources for teachers that are new to international education and would like to learn more.

  • USReap

    USReap is the business side of EducationPlus. Standing for Regional Education Applicant Placement, this service works by having teachers fill out an application that is reviewed by the organization’s member schools. Educators can also browse and apply to specific postings in which they are interested.


  • The AP Annual Conference

    Austin, Texas | July 22-26, 2015

    The AP conference is the premier gathering of Advanced Placement Program professionals. AP courses cover college level material in high school, preparing students to take AP tests for college credit. During the conference, colleagues discuss teaching strategies, test results, classroom technology and continuing education units.

  • CEC Convention

    St. Louis, Missouri | April 13-16, 2016

    The Council for Exceptional Children Convention & Expo brings together special education teachers and experts from across the globe to discuss the latest developments in classroom techniques, technology and theory.

  • Edcamp Foundation

    Various Locations | Various Dates

    Aiming to evolve the concept of the conference, this non-profit foundation set out to create an “un-conference.” They have inspired a number of grassroots ‘Edcamps’ all over the globe. These small, informal sessions serve as a chance for to teachers to network in their communities and share their thoughts and ideas on education as it affects them locally.

  • National Science Teachers Association Conferences

    Nashville, Tennessee | March 31 - April 3, 2016

    Holding multiple conferences per year all off the country, the NSTA provides ample opportunities for science teachers to connect with other industry professionals, as well as present original research. Follow the link above for dates, locations and information on how to register.

  • National Council for Teachers of Mathematics

    San Francisco, California | April 13-16, 2016

    With over 10,000 attendees at the 2015 meeting in Boston, this national exposition is an excellent resource for both new and seasoned teachers in mathematics. Attendees will have a chance to listen to some of the top professionals in the field present on a range of topics, as well as explore the city while networking with teachers from all over the globe.

  • National Council of Teachers of English Annual Conference

    Minneapolis, Minnesota | November 19-22, 2015

    The NCTE focuses on creating a holistic agenda for their meeting. English teachers will focus on the study of language as art, how to teach inside and outside of the classroom and how to be a healthy well-rounded professional.

  • National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference

    New Orleans, Louisiana | November 13-15, 2015

    Boasting a special joint appearance by Napoleon Bonaparte and Thomas Jefferson, the 95th NCSS Annual Conference should provide attendees with a light-hearted, in-depth learning opportunity. The event has an impressive list of speakers discussing a breadth of social studies and teaching related topics. This conference sells out quickly, so be sure to book your reservations well in advance.