Monterey County Office of Education

Leadership, Support and Service to Prepare All Students for Success

Dr. Deneen Guss, County Superintendent of Schools

MCSIG Open Enrollment 11/4/19 to 11/22/19


Educational Workshops

The Monterey County Office of Education (MCOE) is taking the teacher shortage head-on with events throughout the year designed to lead current students, recent graduates, and those looking for a new career to the teaching profession.

The California and national teacher shortage has created a number of open positions across the country, and Monterey County has felt the impact over the last several years. MCOE and its 24 districts still have a number of open positions to fill for the school year. As of August 27th, 186 teaching job vacancies exist in Monterey County.

MCOE’s “Learn How to Become a Teacher” Educational Workshops are aimed to encourage anyone interested in teaching to follow their passion and make a difference in the lives of students. Individuals interested in the teaching field, but not yet at a point to apply for a job, are invited to attend an Educational Workshop. Dates will be posted here.

The free workshop will include information on financial aid, local college and university pathways and internships, and how to become a substitute teacher. Participating institutions include Hartnell Community College, Monterey Peninsula College, Brandman University, California State University, Monterey Bay, National University and Grand Canyon University.

Contacts

Leigh Butler

Chief Human Resources Officer
lbutler@montereycoe.org
Phone: 831.784.4195

Marta Puga

Confidential Executive Assistant
mpuga@montereycoe.org
Phone: 831.784.4195

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