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Job TitleSocial Studies Teacher
OrganizationConcordia Lutheran High School
ContactPatrick Frerking
Address1601 St. Joe River Drive
LocationFort Wayne, Indiana 46805
Position Overview-Be a part of professional excellence at Concordia Lutheran High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are hiring for a Social Studies Teacher for the 2023-24 school year. In this position, you will be teaching in the areas of World History, United States History, and Geography, but you will have the freedom to educate students in new and creative ways (including a World Foods Day). We are seeking someone with a Bachelor's Degree or higher in Secondary Education, or a related field, a Teacher's License in Social Studies, and someone that possesses classroom teaching experience. However, recent graduates are welcome to apply. To learn more about the position and to apply, please visit Only applications with all materials, including the completed application, will be considered.

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