International Schools Job Fair

International School Job Fair



ACSI Global annually produces the International School Job Fair for our member international schools! ACSI international schools from all over the world to connect with students seeking an international opportunity at the fairs. The international schools will be seeking to fill open positions for teachers, counselors, administrators, IT specialists, boarding personnel, school nurses, etc. for the next school year and for the future. All fairs are open to anyone seeking a position at an international school overseas.

Dates are 22-30 October 2018! Locations will be posted this week and registration will open soon!


Attendee Information—Job Seeker

Are you interested in working at an international Christian school overseas? International Christian schools need qualified, passionate individuals with a variety of skill sets to minister to the children of missionaries and expatriate families. 

Whether you are ready to move overseas, or you are just curious about the possibilities, this fair has something for you. You will be able to meet international recruiters from all corners of the world, present your resume, and explore the many opportunities for serving overseas in an international school. Our schools are looking for teachers, administrators, dorm parents, residence assistants, guidance counselors, chefs, chaplains, maintenance personnel, Bible teachers, IT specialists, graphic designers, and more. If you are looking for an international position, please visit the ACSI Career Center to search open positions at our member schools worldwide.



Recruiter Information

Coming Soon!


Contact Information

If you have questions about the International School Job Fair, please contact us.

Email: Job Fair Coordinator
Phone: 719.867.0210


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