44th Annual Educators’ Job Fair, April 23, 2018
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Coordinated by Career Services and co-sponsored by the College of Education. The Educators’ Job Fair (EJF) is open to new professionals in education, all experienced teachers and school administrators, principles, school counselors, nurses, social workers, as well as students seeking employment in a school setting. In addition, students in non-teaching majors are invited to discuss school districts’ respective licensure programs, career options, and employment opportunities. History has shown that the majority of the candidates will be from New Mexico State University, Western New Mexico University, and other regional universities as well as the community. However, a growing number of candidates from across the nation are utilizing this event to find challenging positions.
This year’s event format will allow for candidates to meet with the district representatives at their respective tables. Interviews will be conducted at the discretion of the district representatives. Interview booths will be available for district representatives to conduct interviews between 1:00 – 5:00 pm during the event. Click on the “Event Format” tab below for additional information.
Both candidate and district representatives will find details about EJF on the links located below. Contact Career Services at 575-646-1631 for questions and additional information.
|Candidates:||Career Services https://careerservices.nmsu.edu/career-fairs/educators-job-fair/
If you are interested in attending and meeting with employers please complete the candidate registration form.
Please save the date for the Emerging Scholars Symposium!
When: April 25, 2018
Where: O’Donnell Hall, Room 104
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
(Refreshments will be available after the brief research summaries by all of the emerging scholars. The new emerging scholars for 2018 will also be announced)
Dr. Susan Brown
Karim Martínez is a county program director and family & consumer sciences agent with the New Mexico State University-Doña Ana Cooperative Extension Service. She has worked in Extension for fourteen years providing family health and wellness education in communities to both English and Spanish-speaking audiences. Ms. Martinez is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Administration at NMSU. In her research, she interviewed bilingual Extension professionals across the nation to study the challenges and successes they experience in reaching Spanish-speaking audiences. She also gathered their recommendations for administrators to improve organizational efforts to reach Spanish-speaking audiences. Her work continues the legacy of Fabiola Cabeza de Baca as a New Mexico Extension Agent who served diverse cultural and linguistic communities.
Save the date for the graduation celebration of:
Highest Honors Award
Outstanding Senior Award
Undergraduate Academic Excellence
Graduate Academic Excellence
We look forward to seeing you at this year’s celebration!
Save the date for the Spring 2018 doctoral celebration!
We encourage all our faculty to attend as a recognition of your contribution to the academic journey of our graduate’s achievement.