Waterbury, like many districts around the country, is faced with the challenge of increasing the representation of minorities in the educator workforce and recruiting and retaining culturally and linguistically diverse educators. With a student population that is nearly 80% minority, the district is committed to recruiting and retaining teachers of color. Waterbury is uniquely positioned to make significant gains toward increasing minority representation among teacher and administrator hires by thoughtfully creating and carrying out a fresh, comprehensive, multi-faceted approach. This includes a “Grow Your Own” next generation of teachers program focusing on high school students who have interest in becoming teachers. Second, providing professional development to existing minority teachers and having courageous conversations on topics of interest to them as they progress along the career trajectory. Finally, connecting with institutions of higher learning and establish relationships to support student internships and field experiences, while exposing our students to college life and expectations.
We invite you to learn more about Waterbury Public Schools and what we have to offer. Explore opportunities and consider making us your employer of choice! Start by reading what our employees have to say about the opportunities a career in the Watebury Public Schools has meant for them.
Learn more about:
Substitute Teaching in Waterbury
Information on Accelerated Degree Programs:
Certification and Masters Degree in 11 months through UConn / UConn Neag School of Education website
Waterbury Employees: Post University has a special partnership with the Waterbury Public Schools that enables employees to receive a tuition discount. Post has provided us with a landing page on the Post website, which explains the program for both certified and non-certified staff, applicable to both graduate and undergraduate degree and certification programs.
www.post.edu/waterburyschools By clicking on the link, employees may learn more about Post University, the available degree programs, and the tuition grant they receive. They can also submit an inquiry form if they want to speak with an admissions counselor.
For further information, feel free to contact the Education Personnel Office at 203-574-8000.