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ATP Job Fair Dates and Locations for 2022 Announced

As always, Alaska-focused Job Fairs are planned for spring of 2022. If COVID-19 conditions prevent face-to-face events, virtual job fairs are planned.  The largest event ATP hosts is traditionally the Alaska Educator Expo (Anchorage Job Fair), and will be held on Thursday, March 18, and Friday, March 19, 2022 in Anchorage, Alaska, with optional early check in on Thursday, March 17.  The ATP Job Fair in Anchorage will be held once again at the Hotel Captain Cook. 

ATP will also host Lower 48 Job Fairs in 2022:

  • Portland, Oregon - Wednesday, March 30, 2022
  • Minneapolis / Bloomington, Minnesota - Wednesday, April 13, 2022

District annual ATP Services Agreements are sent out in November each year in to HR contacts. Email Toni if you are not sure if your district has renewed its registration. Links to the ATP online Employer Job Fair Registration forms for employers for the 2022 cycle will be sent out after the winter break by ATP staff to HR contacts.

For full details on the 2022 Job Fairs, including the live candidate registration forms, please see the ATP Job Fair page.

Ever Thought About Substitute Teaching in Alaska? - Adventure Calls!

If you are a retired teacher, between teaching jobs, or just finishing your teacher certification program, and are flexible with your plans, Alaska now keeps a list of substitute teachers available on short notice for the 2020-21 school year.  Unexpected openings happen every school year due to teacher illnesses, pregnancies, family emergencies and so on.  ATP tries to help by keeping a ready list of substitutes separate from the normal Applitrack job bank.

Some positions are Short-term Substitute (STS) positions for just a few weeks, while others are Long-term Substitute (LTS) positions that might be a month or a semester in length. This is not only a great way to keep your teaching skills sharp, or practice newly acquired skills, but it's also a great way to see some of the most unique villages left in North America while getting paid, and making yourself known to district leadership staff. Substitutes often earn the support of a thankful school district, and get called back regularly for temporary duty.

If you are interested in being considered, this form gets you set up and "on the list"!  Questions? Contact Toni at tlmcfadden@alaska.edu.

ATP Substitute List Registration - New!
https://www.alaskateacher.org/atp-substitute-form.html

Don't forget to make sure your ATP Applitrack is active and updated on our site, as ATP wants districts to be able to quickly reference your resume and supporting documentation.  Districts will contact Substitute List candidates directly.

Student Teaching in Alaska? - The Experience of a Lifetime!

If you are finishing your pre-service teacher preparation or certification program, but still have to complete your internship, practice teaching or student teaching, you may want to consider doing so in Alaska.  

You can use the ATP website to learn about the very different regions of Alaska, and about living and working here.  Alaska rural school districts are especially interested in hosting student teachers in their schools, and are willing to work with your university to collaborate on innovate supervision arrangements.  In fact, many districts offer housing assistance, travel arrangements from your location to their communities, and sometimes even a small cost of living stipend. 

Alaska Student Teaching Portal - Click below to choose your own adventure!
Alaska School District Map - Student Teacher Portal
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Please contact Toni McFadden at uaf-atp@alaska.edu with any questions regarding Alaska student teaching opportunities, or post them to the ATP Forum.

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