I would also like to know how this "sorting" process works. I
may need to tweak my resume. Administrators or anyone, do you
On 7/19/15, Mia wrote:
> Thank you both. Yes my resume and cover letter have been read
> by administrators and I have had only positive feedback. I do
> sub, however I can not sub in every district that may have an
> opening. For the few districts that still use paper
> applications I usually get an interview.
> My main problem is getting my resume/application seen with
> the online application AppliTrack. Most districts use them
> (in New Jersey), and from what I understand the "powers that
> be" use a sorting process therefore my application is not
> even being looked at.
> On 7/18/15, Jenny wrote:
>> If you aren't already signed up to sub, please consider it.
>> far more into your subbing than everyday subs. Leave
>> notes, leave the room neat, and do more than is expected of
>> you. Secure teacher requests and they will tell the
>> how great you are. Invite the principal in to observe your
>> teaching. Then when a long term job or an opening occurs,
>> 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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