Fall is a gorgeous time of year in the Pacific Northwest, and lucky for school psychologists, we have opportunities ripe for the picking – just like those apples.
Here’s why to consider the Pacific Northwest for your next school psychology contract.
Nature is all around
Not only is the picturesque fall foliage this time of year a must see, but spending time in nature is intrinsic to the Pacific Northwest culture – probably because it is everywhere. Mountains to hike and ski, lakes to paddle and fish, old-growth forests, coastal islands, and some of the most beautiful national parks and wilderness in our country all make this region an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise.
Festivals to celebrate it all
The Pacific Northwest finds every chance to celebrate with festivals planned year-round. Seafair spans ten weeks and offers Seattle and the surrounding areas the chance to see boats, planes and pirates. Craft beer fans flock to Pouring at the Coast in Seaside, Oregon, around St. Patrick’s Day every spring.
In addition to large scale events, there are a variety of exceptional museums and opportunities to explore the arts. From the Oregon Maritime Museum to Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture, there’s something for all tastes and fancies. The region has also seen a surge in its restaurant scene, and with its proximity to the ocean, seafood fans will most certainly find their perfect plate.
In addition to having the freedom to call a new place home for a while, you can work with a diverse cross section of children with exceptional needs. PPR offers tremendous benefits including competitive compensation, health insurance, housing, license and travel reimbursements, 401k and a generous referral bonus. Learn more by contacting us or applying online today.