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Career fairs

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Talk face-to-face with state school leaders and recruiters from across Queensland about employment opportunities at the 2 career fairs we host each year.

The Teach Rural Career Fair is often held early in the year, followed by the Teach Queensland Career Fair in the second half of the year. 

Our next career fair

We’re currently in planning mode for our 2020 career fairs. Stay tuned for more information about these by subscribing to our newsletter and following us on social media.

Who should attend

This is a free event for preservice, graduate and experienced teachers. Partners, parents and friends are welcome to join you to find out more.

Why you should attend

The career fair is a great opportunity for you to:

  • talk face-to-face with school leaders and regional recruiters about employment opportunities in Queensland state schools

  • gain insights from early career teachers and school leaders who are currently working in state schools across Queensland

  • learn about the incentives and benefits available to Queensland state school teachers, including locality allowances and subsidised accommodation

  • explore locations for your next professional experience placement.

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Attendee testimonial

Sam is a first-year preservice teacher who attended one of our career fairs. Hear about his experience at the career fair.

Attendee testimonial

Hear from Anna, a preservice teacher who attended our career fair in 2016.

Tips for attending the career fair

Anthony Ryan, Principal at Currajong State School shares what he is looking for in a beginning teacher.

Tips for attending the career fair

Anthony Ryan, Principal at Currajong State School shares his advice to anyone wanting to attend a career fair.

Opportunities available at our career fairs

Chris Capra, Executive Principal at Upper Coomera State College talks about the opportunities available to teachers who attend our career fairs.

Tips for attending the career fair

Find out Adam Brandt, Principal at Bernard State School’s advice to anyone attending our career fairs.

Why teach with us

Kathleen Jacecek, Director of Senior Schooling at Southport State High School shares her thoughts on why teaching in a Queensland state school is a great career move.

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Last updated 11 September 2019