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Discover a rewarding career in teaching.

Our free, annual career fair makes it easy for you to attend and interact with potential employers in Baton Rouge. Explore career opportunities at Baton Rouge schools, learn more about teacher certification and preparation programs, and enjoy free refreshments.

Get ready to:

Explore charter, private, and traditional school job opportunities.

Learn more about teacher certification and educator preparation programs.

Enter to win door prizes and enjoy free refreshments from Crafted Nibbles Charcuterie and Leroy's Lemonade.

Thursday, February 29, 2024 | 3-5 pm CT
Louisiana Association of Business & Industry (LABI)
500 Main Street, Baton Rouge, LA
Free Downtown Parking
St. Joseph Cathedral,
401 Main Street , Baton Rouge, LA 70801

Already registered? Prepare for the fair with our tips and resources.

Who is the Career Fair for?

Certified Teachers

Ready to find a school and work culture that's perfect for you? Directly connect and engage in 1-on-1 conversations with leaders from traditional public, charter, and/or private schools.

New Grads

Are you looking to build a career and make a difference in Baton Rouge? The fair is a perfect place for upcoming and recent graduates to explore their options. All majors (not just education!) are welcome to participate.

Career Explorers

Thinking about changing industries? Schools are hiring individuals from a wide array of backgrounds and looking for people who want to make a difference in their community. Our certification partners will be available during the fair to help kick off your transition.

Are you a participating school or partner?

Browse our curated resources and get more details about what to expect at the Career Fair.

View Partner Information
Listen in as Ken Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, New Schools of Baton Rouge invites current and potential teachers to the Teach225 Spring Career Fair.
Adam Smith, Interim Superintendent, East Baton Rouge Parish Schools, invites teachers and anyone considering a career in teaching to the Teach225 Career Fair.

Participating Schools

BASIS Baton Rouge - Materra
BASIS Mid-City
Baton Rouge Ochsner Discovery
Collegiate Baton Rouge
Community School for Apprenticeship Learning
Diocese of Baton Rouge Catholic Schools
EBR Schools
Emerge School for Autism
GEO Academies
GEO Next Generation High School
GEO Prep Academy
GEO Prep Baker - A GEO Academy
GEO Prep Mid City
Gardere Community Christian School
Great Hearts Harveston
Helix Aviation
Helix Legal School
Helix Mentorship STEAM Academy
IDEA Public Schools
Impact Charter School
Kenilworth Science and Technology School
Louisiana Key Academy
Louisiana Rebirth Blended Learning Academy
Louisiana School for the Visually Impaired
Madison Preparatory Academy
Prescott K-8 Academy
Slaughter Community Charter School
St. Helena Parish School District
St. John The Baptist Parish School Board
St. Joseph's Academy
St. Lillian Academy
The Brighton School
The Link School
Thrive Academy
University View Academy

Participating Talent Partners

Baton Rouge Community College
Baton Rouge Youth Coalition
City Year
Louisiana Resource Center for Educators
Oxford Teachers College at REACH University
Ready To Teach Louisiana (A+PEL)
Southern University (SUBR)
Teach for America Greater Baton Rouge
The Center for Literacy & Learning

Five Steps to prepare for the Teach225 Career Fair


Register through our Eventbrite.


Use our candidate resource page to research participating schools and get tips on preparing.


Prepare your elevator pitch about your passions and experience.


Update your resume.


At the event, chat with schools and organizations about opportunities.

A big change can start with a small step.

Take the next step toward fostering tomorrow’s leaders. Register for the career fair.

Thursday, February 29, 2024 | 3-5 PM
Louisiana Association of Business & Industry (LABI)
500 Main Street, Baton Rouge, LA
Free Downtown Parking
St. Joseph Cathedral,
401 Main Street , Baton Rouge, LA 70801
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