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  • Writer's pictureMargaret Cissel

Sayonara, Summer!

EA’s summer synopsis and a look at what’s ahead

As we say goodbye to summer ‘17 and hello to the new school year, the EA team took time to reflect back on all the wonderful places and faces we visited this summer and got pumped up for the months ahead.

Since June, we’ve traveled throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic, visiting schools, attending conferences, and catching up with school administrators who finally have a minute to breathe and reflect on this past hiring season and the one ahead.

A highlight for Lisa Lovering was her visit to beautiful Ripton, Vermont, the home of Bread Loaf’s famous graduate school of English. In this idyllic setting, she had the pleasure of connecting with English teachers looking to explore opportunities for next year.

A Bread Loaf student catches up on her reading in-between classes while taking in the beautiful Vermont landscape.

Brett Bodnar visited with aspiring educators and teaching interns at Taft, Choate Rosemary Hall and Northfield Mount Hermon School where she shared advice on how to get your first teaching job out of college.

Choate’s campus was bustling this summer with middle and upper school programs. We found some quiet in-between classes to take this peaceful shot.

EA placement manager, Brett, chats with future educators at NMH!

As we prepare for the upcoming hiring season, the EA team has a jam-packed fall schedule! We look forward to catching up with old friends and making new ones too at the following events:

EA Networking Event for Early Career Educators, NYC

People of Color Conference (PoCC), Anaheim, CA

The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) Conference, Boston

Various college networking events (including Yale, Williams and Middlebury)


Educator’s Ally is a highly personalized placement agency that connects teachers and administrators with independent day and boarding schools. With New York roots and a national reach, EA’s dedicated approach to recruiting has been valued by schools and candidates alike since 1975.

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