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Become a Teacher with San Lorenzo

The San Lorenzo Unified School District this spring negotiated a two-year, 20% increase in pay and benefits for all employees, teachers included, that is fully effective on July 1, 2023.
We seek applicants for TK-12 teaching vacancies and positions anticipated during the 2023-24 school year.
To learn more and receive personalized assistance, complete this brief inquiry form. Thank you for your interest!
We welcome candidates with teaching credentials in special education and all subject areas and will advise applicants with a bachelor's degree on how to obtain an emergency credential, good for one year. What's most important is that you have a passion for education and share our proud commitment to student success, anti-racism, restorative practices and community well-being.
In addition, we hire teachers through the Alder Graduate School of Education, which offers a cost-of-living stipend for its one-year graduate residency program in special education and specific high-needs subject areas, including math and science.
Finally, we continue to hire full-time substitutes through 
Read more below about all four of these options. For more information, call Director of Communications Scott Faust at 510-317-4742 or email to [email protected]. If you're interested in positions for counselors, social workers, paraeducators, bus drivers and more, visit our job openings page for current opportunities.
Credentialed Applicants
The San Lorenzo USD is accepting applications from candidates with California teaching credentials (certificated), including special education, single subject and multiple-subject. View and apply for our current job openings here or complete our inquiry form to request personal assistance.
Emergency Credentials
Visit this California Commission on Teacher Credentialing webpage for information about obtaining an emergency/long term credential. For more guidance on how to become a San Lorenzo USD teacher in this way, complete our inquiry form or contact Director of Communications Scott Faust at [email protected].
Alder Teacher Residency Program
In partnership with the San Lorenzo USD, the Alder Graduate School of Education (GSE) offers a one-year master's and credential program in special education and other high-need subject areas. Participants in the Alder Teacher Residency Program in San Lorenzo receive a cost-of-living stipend and are mentored in the classroom by a full-time San Lorenzo teacher. This is text about joining the Alder Teacher Residency Program.
Substitute Teaching
The San Lorenzo USD works with a company called ESS, a leader in education staffing since 2000, to place qualified staff in daily, long-term and permanent K-12 positions, including substitute teachers, paraprofessionals and other school support staff. Visit this ESS webpage to apply now. To learn more about substitute opportunities, visit the ESS website, or contact Director of Communications Scott Faust at [email protected].