Our Students Need You
GCPS provides a holistic education and has certified teaching positions available in many areas. You have what it takes to shape the next generation of leaders, achievers, and influencers — and we’re eager to meet you!
Earned a Bachelor’s degree with 2.5 GPA and interested in Teaching?
Here are 2 options and basic steps for eligibility:
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Upon completion of the above steps, where applicable, complete your online application at http://www.gcpsjobs.org and upload your GACE results (or exemption documentation) and official college transcript (under the Supplemental Materials Category of the online application), add 2 current supervisory email addresses and send out the reference survey forms within your online application. References from friends/co-workers are not acceptable.
Enroll in a Teacher Preparation Program at a regionally accredited college or university that includes student teaching and certification.
(Check with GCPS Human Resources to make sure the college you select has a signed Memorandum of Understanding with GCPS if you wish to complete student teaching in the district).
Choose your area of expertise
We’re committed to filling our 139 schools with teachers who are passionate, innovative, and driven to help our students receive the world-class education they deserve. View all open positions for certified teachers or get more information about our critical needs openings in the following areas:
Need Help Getting Started?
At GCPS we take pride in supporting our staff. If you’re looking for additional information to help you take the first step on an exciting career path as a Gwinnett County teacher, let us help! Find more information below:
"It has been my experience that when learning isn’t genuinely engaging for students, they either ignore it or endure it. The single most inspiring difference in the teachers I admire is the engagement of their students— they love coming to school, never want to leave, and achieve beyond what they ever have as a result. Excellence means not only measurable learning of standards, but also connecting those AKS (Academic Knowledge and Skills) to students’ curiosity and to what is naturally fascinating about the world. It means learning the AKS and being excited that you did. It means experiencing the AKS instead of receiving them."Dr. Doug Doblar
2018 GCPS Teacher of the Year