S E C E P Public School Consortium

Southeastern Cooperative Educational Programs

  • Employee benefits earn high marks.


    Great students come from great teachers. At SECEP, we believe our employees’ professional growth and development are paramount to the success of our organization—and the success of our students. Our highly competitive benefits packages are designed to help us retain the best and the brightest.

    We offer:

    • Competitive salaries
    • Health insurance
    • Virginia Retirement Contribution
    • Paid sick leave
    • Paid personal leave
    • Life insurance
    • Employee assistance
    • Tuition assistance
    • Onsite comprehensive staff development through workshops and follow-up modeling and observation
    • Culturally rich Hampton Roads lifestyle

    Hampton Roads Skyline  Outdoor Amphitheatre

    Family Runs on the beach  Norfolk Tides Baseball Park   Dolphin jumps out of water at sunrise

    Applying is easy and online

    Our Human Resources Department will be happy to assist you with application information.  Interviews are conducted year round.  Visit www.secep.net for additional information regarding teaching and other staff positions.  Applications can be found online at www.secep.net.  Click on the Employment menu and choose How to Apply. 

    Please attach the following to your application

    • College Transcripts
    • Letter of reference
    • Student teaching evaluations
    • PRAXIS I/VCLA results
    • Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment (VCLS); Virginia Reading Assessment (VRA)
    • Teaching Certification

    SECEP by the numbers

    • Serves more than 1,500 students
    • Manages five Re-ED and four TRAEP Centers
    • Operates more than 135 ASP/EBICS classrooms
    • Manages two centers for REACH
    • Employs more than 680 professional and classified staff
    • Trains classroom and support

    SECEP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, political affiliation, disability, or sex in its educational programs or employment.


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    SECEP is committed to creating an accessible online environment for all visitors to its web site.  If you have difficulty accessing any of the information on this web page, please email secepwebconcern@secep.net and provide your name, mailing address, and phone number (if available), along with a description of the issue/concern that you have regarding the content and/or functionality of our website – www.secep.net. SECEP will respond to your concern/issue and provide you printed materials from the website and/or work to correct any issues of functionality.  You may also call 757-892-6108 and enter extension 1199 to provide this information in a voice message.

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