Other Resources

The following online employment sites focus on independent school openings for teachers and administrators (free services). Also available are hiring tips, advice for navigating the search process, assessment tools, and legal resources.

Careers in Episcopal Schools FAQs

Teachers of Color

Diversity Network

Educational Directions Incorporated

ISAS provides job seekers with contact information for posting resumes with key online employment networking services. Access the following organizations (several of which provide free services) to post your resume.

Note:ISAS does not endorse any of these agencies to the exclusion of others and suggests that candidates compare several before proceeding. Indeed, there may be other fine services of which ISAS is currently unaware.

Education America - Schools post job openings (one-year trial free membership) and teachers post resumes (free)

Experience.com - job placement website, non-profits can post openings without charge

GreatTeacher.net - Schools post job openings (free), and individuals search the database for offerings

I.S.M: Independent School Management - Listings of openings for independent school administrators

National Employment Minority Network - Schools post job openings (for a modest fee), and individuals post resumes in a private school clearinghouse

Storbeck / Pimentel - A minority- and woman-owned higher education and not-for-profit executive search firm

The Post Oak School

College students of color, across the nation, considering a career in independent schools are encouraged to apply for the McMurry Fellowship. This program is designed to increase awareness of and interest in professional opportunities for people of color in independent schools.

The Education Group's McMurry Fellowship Program

Aisne Guide to Hiring and Retaining Teachers of Color