Say H E L L O to the first comprehensive job placement resource dedicated to teaching SCIENCE.
Science teachers are in great demand. Schools work diligently to recruit and retain excellent science teachers. As the Science Placement Lead, I will work with you personally to ensure a partnership in finding you the best opportunity for your long-term success. At OESIS, our goal is to help you reach your career goals and provide resources for effective instructional approaches and strategies that maximize student learning, curiosity, and engagement in science as well as your well-being.
Our schools need teachers like you.
As a science teacher, you work diligently to prepare students to use science throughout their lives to continue questioning the world around them, and to help them better understand today’s societal challenges towards science. You are also the person that can attract students to choose a school over another by your innovative approach to teaching. Through inquisitive lesson design, you ignite your students’ curiosity and love of learning science. Our schools are looking for good teachers like you.
As the OESIS Science Placement Lead, I want to assist you in obtaining a science teaching position that matches your style and skills. To support you in this process, I am able to help you by:
Let me help you find your best career path.
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT LEAD
Laura Capolino has recently joined OESIS as the Science Department Placement Lead. Her 35-year career in education began in New York State as a public school science teacher and department chair. However, most of her teaching and leadership experience was obtained while working in prominent west coast private schools. She holds a BA, MA, and an Independent Schools Teaching Certification from the University of San Diego along with leading many professional development opportunities for teachers. She is a wonderful resource to help you explore the many opportunities available in the field of science education. Send an email.
Qualifications for teaching science