Thursday, March 18, 2004

55 school districts to take part in job fair

By Anna Guido
Enquirer contributor

SHARONVILLE - School districts have needs that are hard to fill, including teacher positions in math, science, special education and foreign language.

Saturday's fifth annual Southwest Ohio Education Job Fair can help. "It's a two-way street in terms of its purpose," said organizer Roger Effron.

The event has grown from 600 job-seekers the first year to nearly 2,000 last year.

Administrators from more than 55 school districts will be at Saturday's job fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Scarlet Oaks Career Campus, 3254 E. Kemper Road.

The job fair is open to those seeking positions as teachers, administrators and support staff.

For information, go to or call Effron & Associates at (513) 561-1700.

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