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Job fair for tradespeople interested in teaching

Norwich — The Connecticut Technical Education and Career System will hold a job fair next week for experienced tradespeople interested in pursuing a career in teaching at a Connecticut technical high school.

The fair will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22, at Norwich Technical High School, 7 Mahan Drive.

CTECS operates 20 school locations throughout Connecticut.

Individuals with eight or more years of experience in the following fields are encouraged to attend: architecture and construction; arts, A/V and communications; automotive, collision repair and HD diesel; aviation maintenance; bioscience and environmental technology; culinary and hospitality; hairdressing and cosmetology; health technology; information technology; law, public safety and security; manufacturing, automation and design; marketing and sales; and pre-electrical engineering.

“Connecticut is crying out for a skilled labor force,” said Robert Sartoris, CTECS director of talent management. “We need expert tradespeople to help prepare the next generation of skilled workers, not only for their success, but for the success of communities across the state.”

The free event is open to the public. Job-seekers unable to attend can view open positions and apply at





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