Joe Bremgartner, executive director for human resources at North Thurston Public Schools, talks about job opportunities with University of Washington student E’Braune Crowder during a job far at UW Tacoma on March 16. School districts are having to aggressively pursue candidates to fill teaching positions, which means many applicants at career fairs like this one are offered jobs on the spot, Bremgartner says.
Joe Bremgartner, executive director for human resources at North Thurston Public Schools, talks about job opportunities with University of Washington student E’Braune Crowder during a job far at UW Tacoma on March 16. School districts are having to aggressively pursue candidates to fill teaching positions, which means many applicants at career fairs like this one are offered jobs on the spot, Bremgartner says. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Joe Bremgartner, executive director for human resources at North Thurston Public Schools, talks about job opportunities with University of Washington student E’Braune Crowder during a job far at UW Tacoma on March 16. School districts are having to aggressively pursue candidates to fill teaching positions, which means many applicants at career fairs like this one are offered jobs on the spot, Bremgartner says. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

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