Nyc Doe Principal Pool Essays On Friendship

Welcome to the New York City Department of Education's online registration and application site for future school leaders.

Since its inception in 2003, NYC's Children First Agenda has been based on the underlying belief that school leaders are critical levers of change and should be empowered to make decisions and be held accountable for results. The Department of Education seeks outstanding educators to become great school leaders who will ensure that each and every one of the 1.1 million students in NYC public schools succeeds and is prepared for college and life.

This site is the first step to becoming a school leader. Through this site, you will be able to:

  • Register and create a School Leader / Supervisory Candidate profile that you can use in all future applications (You must complete this profile before you can apply to any of the following.)
    • Apply to the Principal Candidate Pool
    • Following acceptance into the Principal Candidate Pool, apply to principal vacancies
    • Apply to assistant principal vacancies
    • Apply to education administrator vacancies (NEW)
    • Apply to "supervisor of" vacancies (NEW)
    • Apply to career ladder positions for current school leaders (NEW – can be found under “Supervisor”)

This site enables you to enter all of your background information once instead of re-entering it for every application. You can update this information at any time.

EXISTING MEMBER of the NYC DOE Principal Pool

Please note, if you are an EXISTING MEMBER of the NYC DOE Principal Pool, please log into the system at right, by entering your File # as your Username and the last 4 digits of your SS# as your Password. After your first login, your Username will automatically convert to your email address. All other candidates must complete the Registration process below to enter the system.

REGISTRATION PROFILE & ONLINE APPLICATION NEXT STEPS
  • To start your registration, click on the "Register Now!" button below
  • Define your username (your email address) and password. Your email address will also be the primary means for contacting you. Therefore, please ensure it is an inbox you check regularly and update your spam filter so that your account allows email from the NYC Department of Education.
  • The online registration includes six steps. You may complete these steps in any order.
  • You are not required to complete your profile, position-specific applications, or Principal Candidate Pool application in one sitting. You may stop and return later to complete your profile or application by clicking on "SAVE AND EXIT" once a section has been completed. (Please note the system will not record any information you enter during a session unless you click either the "SAVE AND EXIT" or "SAVE AND CONTINUE" icon.)
  • You may preview and/or print your entire profile prior to, during, or after completion of the information entry process by clicking on the PREVIEW icon.
  • Mandatory fields are labeled with an asterisk (*) and must be completed or your profile or application will not be accepted.
  • Please note the "FAQ" and "Customer Support" links in the upper right-hand corner of the page. These provide additional information and support as you complete your profile and/or applications. They also tell you what types of information you should have available as you complete your profile.

If you experience technical difficulties with this site, technical support staff may be reached at 1-877-368-3224.

If you have any questions about the processes, please contact the following offices:

Thank you for your interest in becoming a school leader.

New York City Department of Education

FOR SUPERINTENDENTS, CENTRAL, AND NETWORK STAFF to request access to this system for principal, AP, EA, or Supervisor selection, please email supvsupport@schools.nyc.gov.

This page includes information about how to apply for jobs with the New York City Department of Education andsupport you can receive from the Magner Career Center.

If you are applying for your first New York City Department of Education teaching job and if you want to be eligible to work in a NYCDOE school in 2018–19, be sure to complete an application. The application site is opened as of December 2017. The application site may close at some point in 2018. 

School psychology, school counselor, educational leadership, and speech teacher candidates should refer to the additional resources below.

Looking for an internship/job ? This is your chance to  meet with your future employer.

Attending the Internship/Job Fair maximizes the chances of employment, including  NYC Department of Education, Private Schools, and Public Charter Schools. This event will give students the opportunity to network with hiring managers / recruiters, as well as help them gain the ability to be recruited for Part - time, Full - time and Paid Teaching Fellowships. The Internship/Job Fair will be held Friday, March 16th, 2018 from 11:30AM- 2:30PM in the Brooklyn College Student Center.   Do not miss the opportunity to secure a position before graduating. 

To register, go to Brooklyn College BC WebCentral portal, Career, Career workshops, if needed, go to "more" dates, Fri, Mar 16 2018 Spring Internship/Job Fair. If you need help signing up, you can contact  Sabine Saint-Cyr, Counselor & Training Specialist, School of Education Liaison, Magner Career Center, at SabineSC@brooklyn.cuny.edu 

Principals' Panel/ Education Job Fair, March 27, 2018, 4:00pm - 7:00pm, Brooklyn College Student Center:

 Attending the Education Fair maximizes the chances  of employment  with the NYC Department of Education, Private Schools, and  Public Charter Schools. This event will give students the opportunity to network with hiring managers,  recruiters and principals, as well as help them gain the ability to be recruited for Part - time, Full - time and Paid Teaching Fellowships. The Education Job Fair will be held Tuesday, March 27th from 4:00pm - 7:00pm in Brooklyn College Student Center.  Do not miss the opportunity to secure a position before graduating. 

To register, go to Brooklyn College BC WebCentral portal, Career, Career workshops, if needed, go to "more" dates, Tue, Mar 27 2018, Principal's Panel. If you need help signing up, you can contact  Sabine Saint-Cyr, Counselor & Training Specialist, School of Education Liaison, Magner Career Center, at SabineSC@brooklyn.cuny.edu 

Additional Resources and application links 

Magner Career Center: résumé review, job postings, and more

In order to use the Brooklyn College Job site, sign in to BC WebCentral and go to the career tab, then click "Hire BC" for access. You will be able to access job and internship positions and apply directly. If you cannot log in using the BC WebCentral portal, you can use this link instead. You can use Hire BC to apply for openings, share your résumé with employers and more.

The School of Education works closely with the Magner Career Center to offer events and services designed to prepare students for a successful career. Through partnerships with employers, alumni, faculty, and staff, the Magner Career Center develops programs to meet the specific needs of the students in the School of Education.

Recent graduates of the School of Education who actively prepared for their career by participating in internships and using the Magner Career Center's services have found career success after graduation. Graduates since 2004 hold prestigious positions, including English teacher at Midwood High School, care manager/care coordinator at Diaspora Community Services, bilingual school psychologist at the NYCDOE, college adviser at the Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center, kindergarten teacher at Achievement First, teacher at Sco Family of Services, special education teacher at Harlem Children's Zone, and middle school special education teacher at the NYCDOE.

Internships and Employers

Through job fairs, the internship database, and internship panels, the Magner Career Center gives the School of Education students access to internships and employers at a number of companies, including NYCDOE, New York City Board of Education, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Reading Partners, Jumpstart,  Edward R. Murrow High School, P.S. 321 William Penn School, Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies, Advocates for Children of New York, Gateway National Recreation Area, BC Hillel Afterschool Program, and Strive for College, just to name a few.

Employers are always looking for Brooklyn College students and alumni through our bi-annual job fair and our job search website, HireBC. Here are some employers looking to hire students and alumni from the School of Education: Achieve Beyond, Achievement First, AHRC-NYC, Boys & Girls Clubs, Bright Horizons, DREAM Charter School, Harlem Children's Zone, Jumpstart, Kaplan, Reading Partners, Uncommon Schools, and Wingspan Arts.

Alumni Mentoring Program

The Magner Career Center's Alumni Mentor Program pairs students with a mentor in their field of interest. Mentors have come from organizations including Brooklyn Academy for Science and the Environment, New York State Education Department, NYCDOE, CAMBA, and Howard University School of Law. The center also hosts mentor luncheons and networking nights as another way to connect students with alumni.

Career Workshops and Panels

The Magner Career Center and the School of Education bring back successful alumni to serve as speakers and participants in mentor luncheons and networking nights. Past participants include the assistant superintendent for secondary education, chief executive officer of VSL Education Consulting, teachers and principals from the NYCDOE, and the director of planning at the NYCDOE. Events and programs specific for the School of Education have included "Thinking Outside the Box: Building Minds through Education," "NYC Charter School Career Fair," "Dale Carnegie Training: Networking for Education Majors," "Making a Difference: Education, Nonprofit and Social Impact Internships," "Principal Panel," and "How to Get a Job in School Counseling/School Psychology."

Company Visits

Learn first-hand about a profession of your interest and its career requirements through a visit to a an organization. Past visits have been with organizations such as Teach for America, City Year, American Museum of Natural History, Columbia University, and New York City government. The visits are often hosted by Brooklyn College alumni.

Additional Magner Career Center Services

The Magner Career Center provides additional services, including career planning, career assessments, LinkedIn training, pre-law advising, résumé review, and interview preparation.

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