Teaching Jobs in Nebraska


Teach in Nebraska

Nebraska has over 300,000 students attending schools in the state’s 249 districts. Parents have several options when enrolling their children in one of the 4,058 schools. While Nebraska doesn’t offer public charter schools, they do have plenty of traditional public schools, magnet schools, private schools, and learning pods. There is no free online public schooling option presently, but there are paid options such as the University of Nebraska High School Online, K12 International Academy, and the Keystone School that need qualified teachers.

If you want to teach in Nebraska, larger school districts like Omaha, Lincoln, and Grand Island Public schools provide a variety of possibilities. Other districts across the state such as Lincoln, Norfolk, and North Platte, NE provide many teaching opportunities for curricular classes, subject areas, and grades from early childhood to high school.

Nebraska Teacher Certification and Qualification

To become certified to teach in Nebraska, candidates should hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and meet the qualifications for at least one endorsement area. They must also complete the required teacher preparation program. There are alternative teacher certifications available for those who hold at least a bachelor’s degree but did not complete the teacher preparation program as part of their degree.

Let us help you find a teaching job in Nebraska. We keep an ongoing list of open teaching positions in public and private school settings from Lincoln to Hastings, Plainview to Big Springs. Schools in Nebraska need qualified teachers beginning with preschool, to elementary, junior high, and high school grades. Whether you are looking to teach in an elementary classroom or are certified to teach a subject-specific class in high school, we can help you find a teaching position that matches your skills and certification.