Announced on January 14, 2022
The State of California now allows you to become an emergency substitute teacher with a Temporary County Certificate (TCC) by completing only three requirements. In addition, the fee for this permit is temporarily suspended.
The average pay for a substitute in and near Orange County is $168 a day.
- Hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution of higher education.
- Meet the Basic Skills Requirement through one of the options outlined in Commission Leaflet Cl-667.3
- Hold a current, valid Certificate of Clearance (COC), Activity Supervisor Clearance Certificate (ASCC), or other Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) issued document providing current, valid fingerprint clearance with the CTC.
To apply to become an emergency substitute teacher on a TCC, you will need to apply through EdJoin for any district of interest. Everyone’s hiring!
Executive Order (EO) N-3-22, issued on January 13, 2022, allows individuals who do not currently hold an Emergency 30-Day Substitute Teaching Permit to obtain a Temporary County Certificate (TCC) to serve in an emergency substitute assignment immediately. In addition, the service limitation for long-term and day-to-day substitute assignments is extended depending on your credential area. In addition, the service limitation for long-term and day-to-day substitute assignments is extended to 120 days. These provisions expire March 31, 2022. Individuals issued a TCC on or before March 31, 2022, under this flexibility may serve as an emergency substitute teacher on the TCC for its entire validity. TCCs are valid for one year.