DUPAGE COUNTY (October, 23) On Thursday, November 9, the DuPage Regional Office of Education (ROE) will host a workshop entitled, “Why Not Become a Substitute Teacher” from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. in the auditorium at 421 N. County Farm Road in Wheaton.
The workshop will lead attendees through the steps required *to become a substitute teacher,allow time for questions and assist those interested in completing an online application utilizing the Educator Licensure Information System. ROE staff members will present along with school leaders from DuPage County. Please note, this is not a job fair and presenters will not discuss individual school district needs or accept resumes.
“Across the state, we are experiencing a shortage in substitute teachers,”explained Dr. Darlene Ruscitti,regional superintendent of DuPage County Schools. “We want to encourage interested applicants to learn more about this rewarding job opportunity and what DuPage public schools have to offer.”
*Please note that in order to become a substitute teacher, applicants must be certified to teach or hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 630-407-5800 for more information.
Parking Options and Event Details:
Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the building or in the parking garage connected to the 421 building. The auditorium is located on the first floor.
About DuPage Regional Office of Education
The DuPage Regional Office of Education is a service organization whose responsibilities are defined by Illinois School Code, Illinois Administrative Code, Illinois State Board of Education mandates and stakeholder needs. The essential role of the office is to provide high quality service and support to all stakeholders and collectively expend every effort to meet the special responsibility to prepare our children for the world they will face. In addition to the myriad of services provided directly to educators and schools, the office also provides services and support to community members, private schools, parents, children, business leaders and others. For more information visit www.dupageroe.org and follow @DuPageROE on Facebook and Twitter.