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Toronto, Canada

December 6 - 8, 2019

MacPhie, Gary

Fair Organizer:
Gary MacPhie

December 6 - 8, 2019


Fair Organizer: Gary MacPhie




Join us at the Toronto Search Fair, one of the first North American international teacher recruitment fairs of the season. This Fair has the reputation of attracting a diverse range of schools from different regions of the world and highly qualified educators from across Canada and the northeastern States.  It is designed to meet the recruiting needs of new teachers as well as seasoned veterans. Our fair's warm and friendly atmosphere allows candidates and international recruiters to make strong personal connections, leading to job offers and successful overseas placements. 


The Toronto Fair will be held at the InterContinental Hotel Yorkville in downtown Toronto, steps away from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Education (OISE) campus on Bloor Street West.


RECRUITERS (Friday December 6th to Sunday December 8th)

Please go to your school's dashboard and accept your invitation. If you do not have an invitation yet, please contact me at gmacphie@searchassociates.com.


TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE CANDIDATES (Saturday December 7th and Sunday December 8th)

Candidates must attend the candidate orientation meeting and the interview sign-up session on Saturday morning, and be available Saturday afternoon and Sunday for possible interviews!


If you are already registered with my office, please email me to request an invitation.


If you are not yet registered with Search, please contact me for information on joining Search Associates and attending the Toronto Fair. 


If you are registered with another Senior Associate, please contact him/her to request an invitation to the Toronto Fair.



We look forward to seeing you in Toronto in December.


Kind regards,

Gary MacPhie, Senior Associate and Toronto Fair Organizer


Did You Know…?

Senior Associate John Ritter consults on matters of governance, planning, head and board transition, and staff development with schools all over the world.