Teaching Jobs in Michigan


Teach in Michigan

Michigan is divided into 56 school districts in which there are 8,123 public and private PK-12 schools that serve the state’s almost 1.5 million students. The state offers a variety of settings for students and teachers alike including traditional public schools, public magnet schools, public charter schools, and online virtual online academies. Whether you are looking to teach at the elementary, middle school, or high school levels or your certification is in special education, you have a wide variety of options available.

If you want to teach in Michigan, there are many regions across the state including large and small school systems. Larger districts in Michigan include Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, and Toledo, MI. If you prefer smaller school settings, areas from Lansing to Saginaw, Muskegon to Flint have positions that need to be filled by qualified teachers.

Michigan Teachers Certification and Qualifications

If you want to teach in Michigan, the traditional route requires you to hold a bachelor’s degree which includes the state-approved teacher preparation program. You’ll also need to pass the state-required tests for teachers. If you hold a bachelor’s in a field other than education, alternative routes to certification in your area of expertise are available. The certification process in Michigan has three tiers beginning with an initial teaching certificate.

Let us help you find a teaching job in Michigan. Our list of school openings across the state includes positions at various levels from pre-k to high school. We can help you find a teaching job in a school that matches your certification and qualifications. There are options from Newberry and Naubinway in far northern Michigan to Rogers City and Kalamazoo, MI that need qualified teachers across the board.