The district said it is expecting 2,000 educators to attend over the two nights.
Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP
Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP

Looking for a teaching gig? Cobb schools is holding two job fairs

Future educators have the chance to join the state’s second largest school system this week.

The Cobb County School District (112,000 students) is holding two job fairs, one on Tuesday and another on Thursday.

The district said it is expecting 2,000 educators to attend over the two nights.

“The job fairs put teachers face-to-face with school administrators in a relaxed and personal setting and gives them the opportunity to talk directly about teaching and learning in a diverse and dynamic school district,” according to the school system.


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Tuesday’s event for elementary teachers, will be held at Wheeler High School, 375 Holt Road NE in Marietta.

Thursday is for middle and high school teachers and will be held at Kennesaw Mountain High School, 1898 Kennesaw Due West Road NW in Kennesaw.

Both events will run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.


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Here’s what superintendent Chris Ragsdale had to say the first day of Cobb classes this year:

Cobb County school superintendent Chris Ragsdale talks about the new school year at McEachern High School. video by John Spink/AJC
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