If you aren't already signed up to sub, please consider it. Put
far more into your subbing than everyday subs. Leave complete
notes, leave the room neat, and do more than is expected of
you. Secure teacher requests and they will tell the principal
how great you are. Invite the principal in to observe your
teaching. Then when a long term job or an opening occurs, the
job very likely could be yours. This is if you don't already secure
a job. It worked for me and it can for you too.
On 7/18/15, Mia wrote:
> Dear Administrators:
> I am in deep need of help please. I have been looking for
> a teaching position for 4 years. For those few districts
> (very few), that use paper resumes I usually get asked
> for an interview. When applying via AppliTrack I have
> never been asked for an interview.
> I understand that on the district's end there is a
> "sorting process", therefore not all applications get
> Any advice as to how this sorting process works? I must
> be missing something key in my AppliTrack application.
> Any advice would be appreciated.
> Thank you,
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