Catholic School in NJ or PA

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  1. green78

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    I am looking for a teaching job. I have my CEAS in NJ for P-3 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities.
    In order to teach at a Catholic school or any other school like that do you have to have your certification or just have your Bachelors?
     
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    Technically, you can work without certification in a private school.

    But realistically, there are many,many applicants for most teaching jobs in this part (and most parts) of the country. The vast majority of those applicants will be certified.

    So, while it's possible to get a job without certification, it probably isn't likely.
     
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    NJ Catholic schools that are a part of a diocese will require you to have a teaching license from the state.

    I work in an independent Catholic school (so we're not apart of a particular diocese) so I don't have to have a state license to teach.

    If I hear of any job openings in my school, I'll keep you in mind :)
     
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    Jan 16, 2011

    Thank you
     

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