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    Substitute Teaching in Forsyth County Schools
     
    The next Substitute Workshop will be July 13, 2016
    The online registration will be June 1, 2016 at 8:30 AM.
     

    We offer three open workshops per year, one in late fall, one in the winter and one in the summer.  Workshops are limited to the first 100 participants that register. Registration occurs online and fills up very quicklyThe process of becoming a substitute teacher is outlined below. After reviewing the following, if you have questions about substitute employment, please contact Amanda Neighbours in the Human Resources Department at aneighbours@forsyth.k12.ga.us.

     

    1. Complete an online application for employment.  Applications are to be completed online thru the AppliTrack system found by clicking here.  No paper or printed applications are accepted. Please note references are electronically completed through your online application and should be professional in nature (people you have worked with in the past - not friends, relatives or clergy). 

     
    2. Register for the Substitute Teacher Workshop.
    All substitute applicants, regardless of certification status, must attend a workshop.  See Registration date below.  Registration is required and must be completed online. Workshops fill up quickly; please be ready to register on the date and time shown below.  IMPORTANT: If you are online prior to 8:30 AM on the registration date, you must refresh your page in order for the link to appear.  Please note there will not be a waiting list.

    Registration Date, Time and Location:   June 1, 2016 at 8:30 AM.  The link to register will appear here at that time.  

    3. AFTER registering for the Substitute Teacher Workshop, you will receive an email within 2 hours confirming your registration and providing your next steps.  Please do not complete any paperwork (other than the application) prior to receiving the confirmation email.   


      

                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                       

     

     

    Last Modified on April 29, 2016
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