Do you have 60 college credits or more and free weekdays during your summer break or in your next semester schedule? One great way to get more classroom experience and make some extra money is to become a substitute teacher. Here are the steps to become a New Jersey Certified Substitute:
Time to Wait...
Now you wait for your Certificate to come through. How long it takes will depend on the time of the year. As soon as your district gets notification that you are officially “Sub Certified,” you will get more information from your district on how you can start subbing.
* Don’t worry – you will make this money back once you start substitute teaching. Most districts pay their substitutes between $75-$100 a day.
Good luck with the application process!
- Mariah Belber, The College of New Jersey, Social Media Chair
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As the preservice branch of the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA), we aspire to empower, excite, and inspire all future educators about their upcoming teaching careers in public education.
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