D211 Post: District 211 to Hold Substitute Job Fair

            Township High School District 211 will hold a substitute job at the G.A. McElroy Administration Center (1750 S. Roselle Rd.) August 5, and August 6, from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.  Those wishing to attend will need to complete an application available here.

            During the job fair, interested personnel will be able to begin the employment process.  Attendees will receive employment paperwork and sign up for a time to complete their mandatory fingerprinting for their background check.  Attendees are asked to bring a printed copy of the completed application as well as well as a photocopy of their valid state driver’s license or state ID and a copy of their Social Security Card, birth certificate or unexpired passport.  They will also be asked to provide a voided check which will be used to establish their direct deposit.

D211 Post: District to Hold Substitute Job Fair

             Township High School District 211 will be holding a Substitute Teacher Job Fair at the G.A. McElroy Administration Center (1750 S. Roselle Rd, Palatine, IL), March 18 from 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.  The fair will be broken down into six sessions with each starting on the hour.  Attendees can choose which session they would like to attend. 

            Those attending the job fair are asked to complete and print the District 211 employment application prior to the 18th.   Applicants should bring the printed application as well as a photocopy of your current driver’s license or Illinois ID card and a photocopy of your Social Security Card or Birth Certificate, or a photocopy of your valid Passport (not expired), as well as a voided check, if you would like direct deposit for your paycheck.

            For more information on the job fair visit adc.d211.org/subfor211.

D211 Post: District 211 to Hold Substitute Teacher Job Fair November 8

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High School District 211 will hold a substitute teacher job fair on November 8, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the District 211 G.A. McElroy Administration Center, 1750 S. Roselle Road in Palatine. At the job fair, District 211 will be begin the employment process and provide overview and training for new substitute teachers. First, we will verify your application materials and the documents required within the application. Then, we will provide you employment paperwork, and you will be able to sign-up for a mandatory fingerprint background check. Those who arrive earlier will likely be able to receive their fingerprint background check on the same day. Overview and training information for substitute teaching candidates will be available during the following times: 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m. You may attend any of these sessions.

Please complete the application in full prior to attending the substitute teacher job fair and bring a printed copy of the full application with you. Also, please be in possession of the following information (failure to supply the required information will result in a delay in being activated as a District 211 substitute teacher):

1.) A photocopy of your current driver’s license or Illinois ID card and a photocopy of your Social Security Card or Birth Certificate, or a photocopy of your valid Passport (not expired)
2.) A voided check, if you would like direct deposit for your paycheck
3.) A printed copy of your full District 211 application, which includes the bloodborne training certificate and a copy of your ISBE license information

Community Members Invited to Upcoming Job, Resource Fair

pOSTCARD LARGOThe School and Community Connections Event is a resource and job fair open to all District 211 community members. The event will take place on April 6 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Higgins Education Center, 1030 W. Higgins Rd.

“The resource and job fair is our commitment to coordinate community resources and engage skilled staff, service providers, and volunteers,” said Jerry Treviño, District 211 director of summer school and community outreach. “The purpose is to provide direct services and referrals to those who are seeking a gateway into community life and an improved future.”

The goal of the event is to inform families of various social service supports available within the community. Attendees will learn about academic empowerment for Math and English, as well as learn about job opportunities within the community.

The following social agencies will have representatives at the fair:

pOSTCARD LARGOState Representative Michelle Mussman’s Office; Township of Schaumburg; Schaumburg Library; The Harbour, Plaza Communitaria, The Bridge; Hoffman Estates Health and Human Services; Fellowship Housing; Access to Care, PHD Counseling Center; Harper College; Hoffman Bank and Trust; St. Mary’s Services; and more.

The following employers will be present at the job fair:

Acres Group – Landscaping; Ensemble of Care; Hoffman Estates Park District; Manor Care; Manpower; McDonalds ( 2 locations); Schaumburg Park District; 1-800-Got Junk; and Harper College.

April Job Fair a First for Fremd High School Cooperative Work Training Students

While District 211 continues to focus on making students college and career ready by the time they graduate, Fremd High School is taking a step further for some of its students when it comes to finding jobs.

Fremd High School is preparing for its first job fair for junior and senior students enrolled in the Cooperative Work Training (CWT) program. The event is scheduled for April 15 during the regular school day. This job fair will provide students enrolled in CWT with the opportunity to meet representatives from community businesses in the retail, service, and food services industries and participate in five-minute interviews.

In preparation for this event, CWT students will learn about general employment skills and interview skills, including the development of cover letters and resumes, the completion of job applications, preparing for interviews and how to conduct and represent themselves during interviews. This event is a great opportunity for students to make a name for themselves amongst community businesses and opportunity for community businesses to recruit FHS students for potential employment

The CWT program is for students 16 years old or older who want to develop job-entry skills that increase their opportunities for rewarding careers. Classroom instruction focuses on strengthening communication, mathematics, and work-related skills, developing good work attitudes, and providing background knowledge for careers. Activities also coordinate with on-the-job experiences to develop skills that enable a student to be successful in any career. Training stations are chosen in an effort to match a student’s ability and interest with an appropriate position.