Call Me MiSTER Program

Teacher Recruitment in CCSD hosts an annual Call Me MiSTER visit.  During school visits, Call Me MiSTERs from colleges and universities around South Carolina have the opportunity to walk and talk with staff members while visiting with CCSD students.

As CCSD explores new opportunities to combat challenges within the field of education, the Call Me MiSTER visits are an essential component of teacher leadership. CCSD students are benefitting from the leadership of several Call Me MiSTER Alumni, serving as both teachers and administrators in our District.

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Charleston County School District

TeachCharleston

The Charleston County School District (CCSD) offers TeachCharleston as an opportunity for bright, talented individuals to pursue a South Carolina teacher certification in elementary education, world languages (Spanish, French), art, music, business/marketing, computer science, middle-level math, middle-level science, middle-level English, middle-level social studies, as well as high school math, science, English, and social studies.

The three-year job-embedded teacher development program provides training and professional learning in a cohort setting to prepare and support selected participants for classrooms in CCSD.

Eligibility Requirements


Men of CHS Teach, CCSD’s Male Teachers of Color Pathway

Charleston County School District is committed to building a diverse teacher workforce and preparing all students to be global citizens. In collaboration with the University of South Carolina, CCSD offers a certification pathway for minority males who seek to earn an SC teaching certificate in the fields of Early Childhood or Elementary Education. The pathway uses a cohort model to provide mentorship and target professional development. Men of CHS Teach is FREE to minority male candidates who meet the eligibility criteria.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Higher
  • Minimum of 2.75 GPA
  • Has Not Completed Student Teaching
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Math Incentive

Charleston County School District offers a robust salary incentive for individuals working within the area’s high poverty schools*. By offering this incentive our goal is to obtain and increase students’ access to effective educators that can truly help make a difference.

Learn more about the math salary incentive by clicking the document below. If you’re ready get started, apply now.