TREC employs professionals who deliver needed services to students in school districts.
What is TREC?
The Take Root Employment Consortium (TREC) is an Educational Service District 112 program that finds professionals for member school districts.
TREC was created to address critical shortages of qualified education professionals who are needed in our school districts. Education professionals may include:
- Physical Therapists & Assistants
- School Psychologists
- Speech Language Pathologists
- Occupational Therapists & Assistants
- School Nurses
- Sign Language Interpreters
- Job match to a rewarding career in an educational setting within the TREC service area
- Full-time or part-time employment
- Education Awards (for eligible enrolled students)
- Competitive Starting Salary
- Medical Benefits through Regence Blue Cross or Kaiser
- Guardian Dental
- Washington State Retirement System (WSRS)
- Vacation, sick and emergency leave
- Life and disability Insurance
- Public Loan Forgiveness
- Access to quality benefits such as healthcare and retirement
- Assistance with Washington State certification process
- On-going professional development and training
- New teacher mentoring program
- Plus, Board-certified teachers earn an additional $5,090 per year-or up to $10,090 if placed in high needs schools.
In addition, TREC collaborates with university partners to develop a pool of candidates for special education and its related fields.
Our TREC program works to place employees in 57 districts throughout the state of Washington.
One of nine Educational Service Districts statewide, ESD 112 Primarily serves the six counties of Southwest Washington, where we have been a key partner in creating and delivering educational programs for the past four decades. Through partnerships, cooperatives, state and federal grants, and fee-for-service work, ESD 112 helps districts leverage their resources to make programs more efficient and save money. Our innovated strategies have been replicated across the country.
Naselle-Grays River Valley
Apply for the TREC Program
In order to participate in the TREC program, candidates must:
- Be enrolled in an accredited college or university*
- Submit a complete application packet for admission to TREC
- Successfully complete a personal interview with TREC representatives
* Candidates who have already completed their degree program should contact Marlene Gonzalez for potential job placement opportunities.
Public Loan Forgiveness
The PSLF Program is intended to encourage individuals to enter and continue to work full-time in public service jobs. Under this program, you may qualify for forgiveness of the remaining balance on your Direct Loans after you have made 120 qualifying monthly payments under a qualifying repayment plan while working full-time for a qualifying employer.
Beginning Educator Support Team (BEST)
The purpose of the Beginning Educator Support Team program is to provide support and encouragement for first and second-year teachers in order to strengthen their instructional skills and retain competent teachers in the profession.
All new applicants will be directed to our NEOGOV Online Application system to apply for our open positions. For more information or questions on the system, review the following links: