School of Education

Districts want CWU graduates!

Employers value the job rediness CWU candidates bring to their schools. CWU School of Education often recieves first notice from our partner school districts about current openings for educators. Career Services offers a wide variety of support to CWU students and Alumni including the Wildcat Career Network where our partner school districts cross-post job opportunities.

Recent Job Postings

  • 5/8/2023 Morrow County School District 4th-5th Grade (OREGON)

    Morrow County School District

    4th and 5th Grade Teacher
    Contact: Steve Sheller, Principal-

    Endorsements: Elementary Education

    Morrow County School District is located in rural north central Oregon. Morrow County is bordered on the north by the beautiful Columbia River and by the Umatilla National Forest on the southern border. The county encompasses more than 2,000 square miles with a growing population of over 11,000 in the four main communities of Boardman and Irrigon, along the Columbia River, and Heppner and Lexington, in the foothills of the Blue Mountains.

  • 5/8/2023 Easton School District- Endorsements: Multiple

    Easton School District

    Secondary Math Teacher
    Contact: Aaron Kombol , Superintendent-
    Endorsements: Math

    Easton School District is located in the Upper Kittitas County, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Our boundaries extend from the top of Snoqualmie Pass Summit to West Nelson Siding Road, near Exit 74 along I-90. There are approximately 100 students, Kindergarten through twelfth grade.

    There is a high level of personal interaction between the staff, students, parents and local community. We have small class sizes with personalized attention and extra support for early learners. Our Kindergarten is a full-day model. Our students experience the advantages of a mountainous, outdoor setting, which provides them with life-long experiences including fly fishing, cross country and downhill skiing, archery, geocaching and rock climbing.

  • 5/12/2023 Spokane Area Career Fair

    NEWESD 101 is hosting a Career Failr on May 12, 2023 from 9am-1pm. Registration is free!

    Contact: Michelle Powers at

  • 3/29/2023 Cle Elum Roslyn School District- Endorsements: Multiple

    Cle Elum Roslyn School District

    Early Learning Special Education Teacher
    Contact: David VanGeelkerken, Elementary School Principal-
    Endorsements: Early Childhood Education AND Special Education

    Secondary Special Education Teacher
    Contact: Carrieanne Selzler, Special Programs Director-
    Endorsements: Special Education

    The Cle Elum-Roslyn School District, nestled in the foothills of the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountain range, includes the communities of Cle Elum, South Cle Elum, Roslyn, Ronald, Liberty, and surrounding areas of Upper Kittitas County. Established originally as coal mining towns, Upper Kittitas County is now known as an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise with access to mountains, lakes, scenic rivers, and miles of wilderness trails. Cle Elum-Roslyn is proud of its “classic small town” feel where our schools are highly regarded and our children grow up in a safe and supportive environment.
    Comprised of four schools, our district encompasses roughly 600 square miles and serves nearly 900 students kindergarten through 12th grade.

  • 1/10/2023 Rooted School Vancouver-Endorsements: ALL

    Rooted School Vancouver
    Contact: Sandra Yokley, Director of Operations for RSV-
    Endorsements: ALL

    Rooted School Vancouver (RSV) is a free public charter high school opening this fall 2023 in Vancouver, Washington that aims to disrupt the cycle of poverty by reimagining education and providing students with paths to financial freedom.

    Rooted School Vancouver will be the third public school to open in the Rooted School network and the first in Washington state. Southwest Washington projects more than 1,600 job openings in IT and STEM every year without enough local talent to meet that growth. Rooted Vancouver seeks to change that by offering a broad range of Industry Based Credentials and work-based learning opportunities for students during high school. It is the goal of RSV that every student graduates with a college acceptance letter in one hand and a job offer in the other.

    We are in the process of hiring teachers for our 2023-2034 school year. These teachers will be founding members of the Rooted School Vancouver team and will work directly with our Founding School Leader, Board, and other members of our statewide and national network to help spearhead Rooted School’s launch in Vancouver, Washington by Fall 2023.

    Students who are recently graduated or expect to graduate this spring with a post-baccalaureate secondary teacher certification and/or a Master’s degree in education, and believe they would be interested in a founding teaching position at Rooted School Vancouver, please have them visit our website ( for more information on our school, open positions and application process.

  • 1/18/2023 Wild Horse Puget Sound Energy- Endorsements: ALL

    Wild Horse Puget Sound Energy
    Contact: Andrea
    Endorsements: ALL

    Puget Sound Energy is seeking part time interns for the Renewable Energy Center at the Wild Horse Wind Facility. The center sits in the middle of the 149 wind turbine facility, which powers around 65,000 homes, and attracts thousands of visitors each year.

    Job Description:
    The Renewable Energy Education Internship is a blend of public relations, tourism, education, and science. The internship will give staff a broad knowledge of the wind industry, wind turbine technology, and natural history, as well as an education and tourism experience.

    • 7.5 month internship, late March through early November.
    • Position is part time, approximately 15-32 hours a week, but hours are dependent on our tour schedule and staff availability. Additional hours may be available in the busier months (spring).
    • The facility is open 9am-5pm (8:45 start), 7 days a week, from April-Oct 31st. Shifts are typically a full day.
    • Greet visitors to the facility and answer questions regarding wind and solar technology.
    • Give presentations and tours, to businesses, schools, and other groups.
    • Design and implement educational activities for school groups.
    • Keep the visitor center clean, stocked, and set-up for conferences.
    • Pay $17.00/hr. Students can use this internship for credit in certain programs.
    • Staff are hired and contracted through the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce.


    • College degree or student in pursuit of a degree.
    • Must be available to work most weekends. Staff will also be needed to work various weekdays. We can be flexible with the schedule for students.
    • A genuine interest in renewable energy.
    • Must be a quick learner, able to memorize and effectively communicate information pertaining to energy production, the environment, and native plants and animals.
    • Must have strong public speaking skills. Must possess excellent people skills, be engaging and approachable, and willing to teach and converse with all visitors. Tours and presentations of up to 2 hours in length are conducted throughout the day.
    • Must be a self-starter who can recognize tasks and opportunities to improve the visitor center.

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and work availability to In your cover letter, please address the requirements listed above, expand upon why you would be a good fit for the position, and describe why you would like to work at the Renewable Energy Center. Also, please submit a letter describing your availability to work and any planned absences from March 28-Oct 31. Send documents as attachments, not through file sharing or cloud sites, otherwise we will not be able to view your application. If you do not receive a response, please resend your application.

    The application window is January 20-Feb 17th, and interviews will take place the last week of February. Mandatory training will take place on select days between March 28-April 1.

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