Contra Costa College to host career fair for early childhood educators

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A career fair for early childhood educators will take place at Contra Costa College on Wednesday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The event will take place in Fireside Hall Room 100 at the CCC campus at 2600 Mission Bell Drive in San Pablo.

Positions needed include infant toddler teachers, associate teachers and master teachers, as well as preschool teachers, associate teachers and master teachers. See the flyers below for more information on qualifications for these positions.

For those just starting out, bring proof of a high school diploma, GED equivalency or a high school proficiency certificate to become a teacher assistant trainee.

Attendees are asked to bring ID and qualification verifications, and prep for onsite interviews with professional attire,  and copies of transcripts, degrees and other applicable records.

The career fair is sponsored by the Contra Costa County Employment & Human Services Department in partnerhsip with Contra Costa College.

For more information, call (925) 705-5484.