Muskingum Valley ESC hosting substitute fair

| August 7, 2017

ZANESVILLE – The Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center is hosting a substitute employment fair on Tuesday, Aug. 15 and Wednesday, Aug. 16.

If you enjoy working with children while maintaining a flexible work schedule, you should become a substitute teacher or teacher’s aide. If you’ve already started the substitute process but need help with the paperwork, you are welcome, too.

The substitute employment fair will have a morning session from 8 to 11 a.m. and an evening session from 3 to 7 p.m. The Aug. 15 fair will be at the Muskingum Valley ESC Zanesville Office at 205 N. Seventh St., Zanesville, and the Aug. 16 fair will be at the Muskingum Valley ESC New Lexington Office at 1605 Airport Road, New Lexington.

Here are some important facts to review before attending the substitute employment fair.

  • If you sign up during this event, you will receive a one-time discounted rate on your background check of $52 for both the BCI and FBI.
  • The application fee for a license is $25. The Ohio Department of Education requires a credit card payment.
  • If you are applying to be a substitute teacher, you must have a bachelor degree in any field. Please bring a copy of your college transcripts to apply for your license.
  • On average, a substitute teacher can expect to make between $70 and $100 in area school districts, so you will recoup your fees after just one day of subbing.
  • Help will be available for the application, licensure and background-check processes.
  • You can register at either location to sub for any of the following districts: Coshocton, Coshocton County CC, Crooksville, East Muskingum, Franklin, Logan-Hocking, Maysville, Mid-East CTC, Morgan, Muskingum Valley ESC, New Lexington, Newcomerstown, Northern, Ridgewood, River View, Tri-Valley, West Muskingum, Zanesville

For more information on the substitute employment fair, contact Krystal McFarland at 740-452-4518 or [email protected]

 

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