Advanced Studies
TD Catalyst Teacher Pool Application Process

​The CMS Advanced Studies Department will maintain a pool of potential candidates who have demonstrated their qualification for the Elementary Talent Development  (TD) Catalyst Teacher role through a rigorous talent pool selection process. Candidates who are accepted into the pool will be qualified for TD Teacher positions for the 2020-2021 school year.

Why Should You Apply? 

The TD Catalyst Teacher role is a unique position that provides both leadership and support to schools and allows you to...

  • teach gifted & advanced learners.

  • serve a leader and advocate within the school and district.

  • collaborate with classroom teachers and administrators.

  • make an impact!


In order to be considered for participation in the pool process, candidates must...

  • have 3 or more years of teaching experience

  • possess or have the ability to obtain NC Academically & Intellectually Gifted (AIG)Teaching Licensure 

How Do I Apply?

The Talent Development Catalyst Teacher 2020-2021 Talent Pool is now accepting applications until February 7, 2020! 

Click here to access the CMS Application system and apply. 

The Talent Development Catalyst Teacher 2020-2021 Talent Pool can be found within the available instructional positions. 


The timeline for the 2020-2021 Talent Development Catalyst Teacher Pool Process is as follows:TD Catalyst Pool Process.png

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