Education Conferences & Workshops For NJ Teachers Pursuing Their Certification

Since 2016, Rutgers CESP Alternate Route has released listings of local, regional and national workshops and conferences for NJ teachers looking to fulfill their continuing education requirements. This is just one of the many ways our program uniquely supports NJ teacher certification candidates in advancing their professional practice and identifying meaningful opportunities for career advancement and professional development.  The listing features offerings ranging from FREE and low cost options that educators can pay for on their own to offerings that may require financial support from your district or charter school. Participation in most events or programs is based simply on registration; however, in some instances, educators may be asked to complete an application to attend.

Bookmark this post for our latest NJ workshop and conference announcements:

10 Must-Attend Education Conferences for NJ Teachers - Winter 2018 Edition

Published Jan 22 2018

20+ Must-Attend Education Conferences for NJ Teachers

Published September 8 2017

23 Free & Low Cost Summer Conferences for NJ Teachers

Published May 15 2017

20 Must-Attend Education Conferences for NJ Teachers

Published June 16 2016


Keep watch for the next segment of our education conference and workshop listings for New Jersey teachers and consider sharing any  free and low-cost events you think might benefit our community.  EdCamps, NJDOE workshops, and local Professional Association are great offerings to share with us. Submit your contributions to heather.ngoma (at)


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Heather Ngoma

Heather Ngoma has over 20 years experience collaborating with educators across New Jersey to drive education innovation. She currently serves as the Director of Rutgers University's Alternate Route Teacher Training Program at the Center for Effective School Practices, a program which helps career changers, recent college graduates and other aspiring education professionals become licensed teachers in New Jersey. Follow her on Twitter @heatherngoma.