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2018-2019 Early Childhood Teacher Express Interest Form

Additional Information for Certified Candidates

3-K For All and Pre-K for All continue to seek enthusiastic and high-quality teachers for our classrooms across all five boroughs. If you are interested in joining our network of early childhood educators, please fill out the “Express Interest” form below to receive important updates about mid-year openings and application deadlines. Please note that this is not the application. The certified teacher application will open in winter 2018-19. The not-yet-certified application for lead teachers on a study plan and assistant teachers will open in spring 2019. We will email you when the application launches.
First, tell us a little bit about yourself and how we can get in touch with you.
This question requires a valid email address.
5. What is the best way to reach you: *This question is required.
8. Do you currently possess, or are you on track to obtain by September 2019, a New York State Early Childhood Teacher Certification? 
Certifications include: Early Childhood Education Birth-2 (B-2), Students with Disabilities Birth-2 (SWD B-2), Birth-6 (N-6), Prekindergarten-6 (PK-6) *This question is required.
Great!  As someone who is certified in early childhood education, or on track to certification, you have the opportunity to serve as a lead classroom teacher in all of our Pre-K For All settings!  Please complete some additional information below to tell us more about yourself.
Which New York State teacher certificates do you currently hold (check all that apply)?
Please note, this DOES NOT include: Assistant Teacher, CDA, non-teaching certifications.  *This question is required.
Education *This question is required.
Do you have experience working in early childhood education? *This question is required.
Do you have proficiency in a language other than English?  If so, please indicate which languages below (check all that apply)
Are you interested in NYC Men Teach (NYCMT) services? NYCMT unites Black, Latino and Asian men committed to educating today's diverse student population; supporting each other's professional and leadership development; and empowering the communities they serve. If you are interested in becoming part of this initiative, and therefore receiving additional hiring support, teaching support, and mentorship, please indicate that by selecting "Yes".

EEOC Statement
It is the policy of the New York City Department of Education to provide equal educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship status, age, marital status, partnership status, disability, sexual orientation, gender (sex), military status, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as permitted by law), predisposing genetic characteristics, or status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual offenses or stalking, to maintain an environment free of harassment on any of the above-noted grounds, including sexual harassment or retaliation, and to comply with all laws and provisions in the Department collective bargaining agreements prohibiting discrimination.

*This question is required.
Almost there!  Now we want to know a little bit more about where you are in your job search so we can follow up accordingly.

As a certified teacher, you can teach pre-K in New York City at a DOE school or program, or in community-based organizations called NYC Early Education Centers (NYCEECs). 
NYCEECs are independent organizations that contract with the DOE to provide free early childhood programs: There are 1,200 NYCEEC sites offering diverse options for families across all five boroughs.  Every year, the vast majority of new early childhood teaching positions are in NYCEECs. 
We anticipate some mid-year openings in early childhood (between November 1 and March 1).  Would you be available and interested in potential opportunities? *This question is required.
Please check your age group of interest. *This question is required.
Additionally, we anticipate some short and long term substitute teaching opportunities in community-based NYCEECs (between November 1 and March 1).  Would you be available and interested in potential opportunities?
If you select "yes," we will make your information available to those in need of short- and long-term substitute teachers. You may be called by a hiring manager who is looking for a substitute in their NYCEEC.  *This question is required.
Please attach your resume so we can learn more about you. Note that if you are available for mid-year openings, your resume will be provided to hiring managers. We will not be able to share your information with hiring managers if you do not include an up-to-date resume.  *This question is required.
Great!  As someone who is not-yet-certified in early childhood education, you still have multiple options for teaching positions. You may qualify to be a lead teacher on a study plan, an assistant teacher or a teacher's aide. Study plan lead teacher candidates are individuals who plan to pursue their teacher certification in early childhood education (within three years) while working as a lead teacher in our New York City Early Education Centers (NYCEECs).  

NYCEECs are community-based, independent organizations that contract with the DOE to provide free, high-quality early childhood programming: There are 1,200 NYCEEC sites that offer diverse options for families across all five boroughs.  The majority of new teaching positions are in NYCEECs. Please note that as a not-yet-certified candidate, you are only eligible to work in a NYCEEC setting and not in a district school. 

Please let us know a little more about you so we can help provide you with relevant updates and opportunities.
Which of the following profiles describes you? (check all that apply) *This question is required.
Do you have an Assistant Teacher Certification and/or CDA? *This question is required.
Do you have experience working in early childhood education? *This question is required.
Have you completed any early childhood education post-secondary coursework? *This question is required.
Please indicate any NY State certification exams that you have taken and passed.
Check all that apply.
Do you have proficiency in a language other than English?  If so, please indicate which languages below (check all that apply)
Are you interested in NYC Men Teach (NYCMT) services? NYCMT unites Black, Latino and Asian men committed to educating today's diverse student population; supporting each other's professional and leadership development; and empowering the communities they serve. If you are interested in becoming part of this initiative, and therefore receiving additional hiring support, teaching support, and mentorship, please indicate that by selecting "Yes".

EEOC Statement
It is the policy of the New York City Department of Education to provide equal educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship status, age, marital status, partnership status, disability, sexual orientation, gender (sex), military status, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as permitted by law), predisposing genetic characteristics, or status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual offenses or stalking, to maintain an environment free of harassment on any of the above-noted grounds, including sexual harassment or retaliation, and to comply with all laws and provisions in the Department collective bargaining agreements prohibiting discrimination.

*This question is required.
We anticipate some mid-year openings in NYCEECs (between November 1 and March 1).  Would you be available and interested in potential opportunities?
Please check your age group of interest.  *This question is required.
We anticipate some short and long-term substitute teacher opportunities in NYCEECs (between November 1 and March 1).  Would you be available and interested in potential opportunities?
If you select "yes," we will make your information available to those in need of short- and long-term substitute teachers. You may be called by a hiring manager who is looking for a substitute in their NYCEEC. 
Please attach your resume so we can learn more about you. Note that if you are available for mid-year openings, your resume will be provided to hiring managers. We will not be able to share your information with hiring managers if you do not include an up-to-date resume.  *This question is required.