Hang in there

It took me about a year to land my job. Substitute teaching is always an option it's a resume builder as well as a great way of making connects. I am confident from facing unexpected layoffs that I will always have a job in education. Good luck.

Sometimes when you are really good at your job, the school does not want to lose you at that subbing position which is not good…

Reply 1 Like

ARE YOU MANAGEMENT MATERIAL?

Are You Ready For Management?

Most of us, during some point in our career will face the opportunity to move into a management role. Making the steps up into a management position may not appeal to everyone, but for those who embrace this step, it is an important professional milestone. Before you embark into a leadership position or rush to accept a promotion you've been offered from your employer, you should spend some time to reflect on your…

Thumb
1.24k Likes   54 Comments

I am good management material. I have 15 years experience as a manager/crew supervisor and business owner of signature tile and

Reply 1 Like

Find Your Future Original Content Series Post #2: Questions to Ask During an Interview!

Hey there,

This is the second post in Find Your Future’s original content series!

https://bit.ly/2LJJ8xQ

For those out there who have landed their first job interviews, this content is an interview question guide for you. Towards the end of interviews, employers will usually ask you if you have any questions about the company or the role you’re applying for.

We’ve got 5 important questions in this guide for you to add to your question list…

Thumb

Thank you sharing this insight.

Reply 1 Like

Thank you for checking us out, Beatrice Pesqueira ! Happy to help :)

Reply 0 Likes

Calling all K-12 public school teachers:

Hi everyone, my name is Allana Akhtar and I cover work for Business Insider.

I am doing a series highlighting teachers ahead of back-to-school season, and I'm looking for K-12 public school teachers to participate in my survey: https://www.businessinsider.com/whats-the-hardest-part-about-being-a-k-12-teacher-2019-7

What's the hardest part about being a teacher? What's something parents do that drives you nuts? I want to hear from you!

Answers…

179 Likes   4 Comments

After trying substitute teaching, I decided to pay for a Master’s degree to get a real teaching job. I went to WSU - 01085....My…

Reply 20 Likes

Highly frustrated.

I have a co-worker who I am supposed to work together with and lead our classroom, but acts as if I'm beneath her and she alone gets everything done. I'm trying to work with her but all the knit picking is annoying. I consider leaving on a daily basis.

Dorian,
Explain to me more clearly your concerns: I am an academic adviser w/ more than 48 yrs. of on - the - job experience &amp…

Reply 1 Like

Doris E. Baker-Ortiz I hope Dorian Gray is still following -- you seem like the perfect advisor!

Reply 0 Likes

School

Never heard from them..no interview.. nothing
So I lost interest.. applied for another position.

I'm sorry to hear that!! Patricia Roberts keep us updated

Reply 0 Likes

Advice for a brand new teacher on her first day?

Hey jobcasers? Any teachers out there who have advice for a dear family member of mine who is beginning a teaching career this week (6th grade - special ed and English-as-second language speakers in particular). All constructive thoughts very welcome! Cheers!
#Teacher #education #advice

Thumb

I apologize if my comment seems harsh, but this is what I see nowadays. My kids do NOT act this way, I like to think I raised them…

Reply 1 Like

Education Resource Spotlight #3: Job Corps

Do you fall between ages 16 - 24 years old? Are you receiving some sort of government assistance, or are currently under foster care?

Job Corps is an amazing resource on findyourfuture.la that allows you to sign up for a 4-step career development plan. As a graduate of this system, you will be on track to successfully get your first job as well as find living accommodations, transportation, and family support resources needed to continue…

Thumb

Thank you so much Find Your Future LA !

Reply 45 Likes

Education Resource #3: Job Corps

Do you fall between ages 16 - 24 years old? Are you receiving some sort of government assistance, or are currently under foster care?

Job Corps is an amazing resource on findyourfuture.la that allows you to sign up for a 4-step career development plan. As a graduate of this system, you will be on track to successfully get your first job as well as find living accommodations, transportation, and family support resources needed to continue…

Thumb

Thank you for sharing this resource Find Your Future LA !

Reply 34 Likes

Find Your Future Original Content Series Post #2: Questions to Ask During an Interview!

Hey there,

This is the second post in Find Your Future’s original content series!

https://bit.ly/2LJJ8xQ

For those out there who have landed their first job interviews, this content is an interview question guide for you. Towards the end of interviews, employers will usually ask you if you have any questions about the company or the role you’re applying for.

We’ve got 5 important questions in this guide for you to add to your question…

Thumb

Yes Find Your Future LA this is great!

Reply 24 Likes

Education Resource Spotlight #2: Lynda

Did you know? Access to Lynda's full catalog of training courses is 100% FREE with your library card number and PIN!

Lynda is an amazing resource on findyourfuture.la that is a massive open online course website. From time management skills to how to master Excel spreadsheets, Lynda's course selection and industry leading instructors are ready to help you.

Visit findyourfuture.la/resources/education/ for the correct login link!

#findyourfutu

Thumb

Thanks for the tip! I actually didn't know that. Just another reason why library cards are so underrated!

Reply 25 Likes

Laila Nashat We appreciate your comment! Libraries are hidden jewels of resources. Follow our social media accounts for more!

Reply 0 Likes
See Next

FOLLOW RECOMMENDATIONS

Loading Suggestions