UK Happenings

Teachers Career Fair Slated March 27

Teacher and students

LEXINGTON, Ky. (March 9, 2018) The University of Kentucky in collaboration with three other Kentucky universities, Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead University and Georgetown College, presents the 2018 Education Career Fair at 3:30-6 p.m., March 27, in the Woodford Reserve Club at Kroger Field.

Designed for undergraduate and graduate students from any college or university, as well as the general public, the event was previously called the Kentucky Teacher Network Career Fair.

Employers range from public and private K-12 schools, to educational nonprofits and other education industry employers. An event preview, which includes registered employers, may be found at

“The Education Career Fair provides an opportunity for students, alumni and members of the community to connect with representatives from school districts in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and other regions of the country,” said Ray Clere, director of the UK James W. Stuckert Career Center.

The event will connect talented students from UK and other colleges with representatives from Kentucky school districts as well as school districts in Atlanta, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Nashville and other large school districts that are seeking to connect with leading candidates for teaching and administrative jobs in K-12 education settings.

It is suggested that attendees bring several copies of their resume and dress in business-professional attire. Current college students are encouraged to seek out their university career center for help in reviewing their resume and preparing for the event. 

Free parking is available in the Blue Lot at Kroger Field. Attendees should enter the Commonwealth Tower doors, which are located between gates 10-11.

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