Candidate Instructions

The 2022 NJ Virtual Education Job Fair presented by NJSchoolJobs will be live Wednesday, April 6, 2022 starting at 4:00pm (EDT) and will end at 7:00pm. You may login to the event at 4:00pm to view the virtual lobby and exhibit hall. You will also be able to login to the platform for one month following the event to review and collect employer information, however the live chat features will not be available.

Tips for a successful job fair:

  1. Review the job openings for the participating schools/districts in advance
  2. Dress professionally
  3. Test your camera/microphone to make sure they are working properly
  4. When entering a school/district chatroom, type your name, position you are seeking and certification you hold when entering a school/district’s chat room. Do not post any other personal information
  5. Send a follow up email to school administrators who interview you after the event

Contact the event tech support team at if you have technical issues/questions and to login to the event, click “Login” in the top right-hand corner and use the email and password you used when you registered.

District Instructions

The 2022 NJ Virtual Education Job Fair presented by NJSchoolJobs will be live Wednesday, April 6, 2022 starting at 4:00pm (EDT) and will end at 7:00pm. You may login starting Friday, April 6, 2022 on the platform to begin reviewing resumes and inviting candidates to interview with your school/district. The live chat and video chat features will be available only from the night of the event from 4:00pm. You will also be able to login and view candidate information for one month following the event.

Tips for a successful job fair:

  1. Establish a team of AT LEAST 7-10 support staff and administrators people to run a successful event with 2 people acting as “greeters” or “gatekeepers” to help answer questions and organize the candidates interviewing with your school/district.
  2. Search the resume database for candidates to invite to interview with your school/district starting Friday, April 1, 2022.
  3. Establish a mode of communication for your administrators to communicate with each other during the event (Google Meet, Text or Zoom)
  4. Platform and chat training will be available prior to the event

You only need Wi-Fi connection, and a camera feature on your device for video chats (optional), and a mobile, tablet, or laptop/desktop device. No additional technology is required.

As your school district considers the virtual booth design, keep in mind you want to attract teacher candidates with your job or anticipated job openings, applications, or videos. You may want to include salary information, where you are located, and local points of interest.

Chats can be public or private chats. Candidates move quickly on to other school districts during the live event if their chats do not receive a timely response.

Be prepared to offer follow up information and contact information to candidates following the live event..

Contact the event tech support team at if you have technical questions. To login to the event, click “Login” in the top right-hand corner and use the email and password provided by your school/district team.


The NJ Virtual Education Fair, presented by will be largest teacher job Fair in New Jersey for 2022. The Job Fair will take place on April 6, 2022. Potential teachers will have the opportunity to connect with many schools/districts located throughout the state of NJ, without leaving their home. The online platform allows candidates the opportunity to interview with multiple schools/districts during the event that may not be possible with an in-person job fair.

Frequently Asked Questions

The NJ Virtual Education Job Fair is designed to bring teacher candidates and schools throughout New Jersey together to find potential fits and ultimately match candidates with job openings.
  • - Connect with school administrators from 50 schools/districts throughout New Jersey
  • - Visit school/district booths to find out what job opportunities are available
  • - Interact with school administrators via chat and video chat
  • - Submit resumes and applications to school districts of interest
Yes, you will need to register to enjoy all of the NJ Virtual Education Job Fair features such as visiting school district booths and collecting information on each district in your swag bag.
No, you do not need to download or install any additional software to participate in the job fair. You will need to have access to Wi-Fi, and have a camera-ready device if you choose to engage in video chats.
You can upload a copy of your current resume, a cover letter along with a picture to go with your profile.
Please visit the chat rooms of school districts that have openings you may be qualified to teach. Additionally, when you enter the chat room, please type in your name and area of certification you hold so the district will know what job opportunity you’re looking for. Please do not paste in a paragraph or more about your experiences or that will overwhelm the chat room. Your opportunity to share your level of expertise, accomplishments, etc. can be done when chatting directly with a school administrator in a private chat or video interview.

Participating Schools/Districts

Acelero Learning

Bancroft School

Barack Obama Green Charter High School

Berkeley Heights Public Schools

Berlin Borough Board of Education

Burch Charter School

Burlington Twp. Schools

Camden City School District

Central Jersey College Prep Charter

City of Burlington Public Schools

Clark Public Schools

College Achieve Charter School Paterson

Community Charter School of Paterson

Cranford Public Schools

Educational Services Commission of NJ

Elizabeth Public Schools

Elizabeth Public Schools

Englewood Public Schools


Fort Lee Public Schools

Freehold Twp. School District

Great Meadows Regional School District

Great Oaks Legacy Charter School

Greater Brunswick Charter School

Haddon Twp. Public Schools

Hamilton Twp. School District

Hoboken Dual Language Charter School

Kearny School District

Kelly Education

Leap Academy Charter School

Link Community Charter School

Livingston Public Schools

Manchester Twp. School District

Manville Public Schools

Mastery Schools

Metuchen School District

Middlesex School District

Montclair Public Schools

Montgomery Twp. School District

Morris-Union Jointure Commission

New Horizons Community Charter School

New Providence School District

Newark Board of Education

North Brunswick Twp. Schools

North Plainfield Public Schools

Orange Public Schools

Paterson Charter School for Science _ Technology

Paterson Public Schools

Plainfield Public Schools

Randolph Twp. Schools

Robert Treat Academy Charter School

Roselle Public Schools

Saddle Brook School District

Scotch Plains-Fanwood Public Schools

Secaucus Public Schools

South Orange Maplewood School District

Swing Education

Teaneck Public Schools

The Center School

Trenton Public Schools

Twp. of Franklin Schools

Uncommon Schools

University Academy Charter HS

Warren Twp. Schools

West Milford Public School

Westwood Regoinal School District

West Windsor Plainsboro Regional School District

Westfield Public Schools

Willingboro Public Schools


Collaborating Partners