Get Hired Series for Teachers

In this three-part series, you will learn how to prepare and successfully interview for teaching jobs in 2023/2024.



  • New teachers
  • Occasional teachers who want to transition to full time
  • Experienced teachers looking to improve interviewing skills and teach at another school


In this three-part Get Hired webinar series, back due to popular demand, you will learn how to prepare and successfully interview for teaching jobs in 2023/2024.

This Get Hired webinar series will:

  • Help you become a skilled interviewee
  • Teach you how to respond to current issues and topics including Indigenous Education and diversity in the classroom
  • Walk you through standard interview questions and responses
  • Teach you techniques to manage the pace and content of your responses
  • Guide you in securing a permanent contract position
  • Provide you with an eBook after each session with self-assessment materials and lots of content to continue improving your interviewing skills


“I took the first two sessions of the “Get Hired Series” in March. The good news is that it worked! I had an excellent interview and got the job I wanted. Thank you so much for all your advice and words of wisdom.”

– Megan

“I just wanted to say thank you for an amazing 3 part series since I attended the Get Hired Series for New and Experienced Teachers.  There were so many great examples and resources provided I knew to download them immediately!  I loved the interactive Q&A section at the end and highly recommend this series!”

– Tiffany

“Very informative! The eBook is great because it refreshes my memory on everything we discussed during the seminar, and I will definitely use it as a review resource before my next interview.”

– Participant

“The Get Hired Series is an excellent way to prepare yourself professionally for the interview process, especially if this is your first time going through it and unsure about the hiring process. Every board and experience can be different, and being able to speak with other going through the process and those who have experienced it already is a great way to get first hand experience and feel you have a support team to back you up! Through live feedback, question and answer, and the practical advice and tips Jen and Dan provide, the Get Hired Series will help you prepare to be your best self in the interview. I highly recommend this series.”

– Kayla

See video testimonial below for more information about the Get Hired Series.

Workshop Agenda


Thursday, June 8, 2023 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST

The first session will help you prepare for your interview, with a focus on questions that deal with standard topics such as Indigenous Education, managing diversity, equity and fairness in the classroom,  and techniques such as synchronous & asynchronous teaching.

At this session, you will:

  • Learn how to prepare for common teaching questions;
  • Become familiar with all three interview types;
  • Learn how to avoid the common pitfalls of first-time applicants;
  • Become familiar with gathering information on “The Three Ps.”


Thursday, June 15, 2023 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST

Do you ever wonder what interviewers are looking for, what they are writing, and whether you are on the right track with your responses? The second session will guide you through the process of nailing an interview, from the first impression to the follow-up.

This includes:

  • The advantages and pitfalls of bringing a portfolio;
  • Creating a positive image, from dress to properly timing of your responses;
  • Making a power statement and finishing strongly.


Thursday, June 22, 2023 - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST

Congratulations, you made it to the occasional teacher or long-term occasional teacher list.  How do you make yourself stand out, paving the way for a permanent contract?  In this final webinar, you will learn how to assess a school environment, find a permanent role and position yourself for success post-pandemic.

We will review:

  • Strategies for establishing and maintaining a positive presence in the school;
  • What principals are looking for in full-time hires;
  • Scanning the environment to determine what a school is looking for.

Each live 90-minute webinar with Jen and Dan includes a post question and answer period as well as a simulated interview (e.g. a sample interview question is asked and answered).

Following each webinar, you will receive:

  • a downloadable eBook
  • a downloadable slide bank
  • a viewable recording link (available for a limited time)
  • a personalized certificate of participation.

The downloadable eBook contains templates that guide you through the processes outlined in the webinar. To view a copy of the eBook index for each session, click on the following links: Session 1, Session 2, Session 3

For more information on relevant topics and upcoming webinars, please go to

PRICING Information


Presented by K-12 recruitment experts Jennifer Baldelli and Daniel Mason. Together, the pair represents more than 60 years of experience hiring teachers into K-12 education.


Dan Mason

Daniel has worked in the Ontario school system for 29 years, having been a high school teacher, department head, principal and superintendent. As both a principal and member of senior staff, he was instrumental in developing staff development opportunities for teachers on instructional effectiveness, student evaluation practices, classroom management, and curriculum implementation.

Dan has interviewed hundreds of teachers and has selected school staff who have been promoted to department heads, vice-principals, principals and superintendents within the school board. As a result of his recruitment abilities, Dan has become a skilled presenter on delivering many workshops including effective interviewees for all positions. He holds a B.A., and a B.Ed., M.A., M.Ed., and Ph.D.

Jennifer Baldelli

Jennifer has 32 years of experience in HR within the Ontario school system and has worked at three school districts. As an HR Officer, she oversaw Recruitment/Staffing and subsequently led the department as an Operations Specialist.  She has developed and organized centralized interviewing processes for teachers and provided principals with interviewing questions and up-to-date techniques for school-based recruitment.  As such, Jennifer has developed an on-the-ground understanding and appreciation of the principals’ needs in the staffing and recruitment process.  Her experience has been wide-ranging and practical in this regard.

Jennifer is a certified Registered Professional Recruiter (Association of Professional Recruiters of Canada) and was featured in Canada’s HR Today Journal for her ongoing contributions in the field of HR.

For more information, email Dan and Jen at