Teaching at CSD

Dear Prospective Teacher Applicants,


The California School for the Deaf (CSD), Fremont is looking for teachers who are committed to providing a strong academic and career preparation program using a bilingual (American Sign Language and English) approach. I’m definitely biased, but I believe CSD is the best school for the Deaf in the nation! Our teachers are dedicated to: strengthening their professional skills and knowledge; using a variety of innovative instructional strategies and resources to respond to students’ diverse needs; and engaging students in challenging and meaningful learning activities. Our curriculum specialists mentor new teachers and provide ongoing training related to school operation, educational practices, and research. A brochure is enclosed that highlights CSD’s vision, beliefs, and expected school-wide learning results.

In addition to our academic and career preparation programs, CSD has many extra-curricular activities and athletic programs to foster leadership and citizenship. A diverse student population of approximately 450 students from northern California are enrolled in the infant through high school programs in addition to a Work Readiness Program. Our students have spirit and are delightful to work with. The eagle is our mascot, and we encourage our students to soar! I hope you are interested in applying for a teaching position at this outstanding school.

Applicants need to send a completed faculty application form, a resume, copies of credentials/licenses, and sealed official transcripts from every college or university attended and letters of reference. Note that the job announcement states that applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.


Contact me at lgonzales@csdf-cde.ca.gov if you have any questions or need additional information about available teaching positions. Also, please take the time to look through our website.


With Eagle Pride,

Len Gonzales
Director of Instruction