Interested in education, state park work
Like many, I have been in the unfortunate situation of abruptly finding myself without a job. I don't mind telling you, in the moment, it's a completely demoralizing experience. When this did happen to me, there were a few steps I took so I could move forward productively:
1) I was gracious -- I thanked my employer for the opportunity and offered to expedited any needed transition. Why was I so nice? I don't believe in burning bridges... see more
I am a certified teacher and also a Spanish native Speaker from Uruguay South America. I could teach on person or online.
Teaching was a very rewarding experience for me.
I was a Kindergarten teacher
for 25+ years. Many days I headed home feeling that the students had taught me more than I them.
Young children are not judgmental
or opinionated . They accept you as you are blemishes and all.
I always wanted my students to feel comfortable at school. Positive reinforcement was my choice of
One day as I was explaining to a student that I always liked him... see more
Moving to middle School all in all it cut my career short.
Best place to work!
This is the second post in Find Your Future’s original content series!
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... see more
I’m not sure what you mean by posting my conversation?
Working under Annie Banti.
It is not a good company to work for. They do Not support their staff. Would not recommend.
Was laid off after 16 and a half years at a college. Director of financial aid and i also taught. 60 years old then after 8 months all i could get was security guard. 4 years later unemployed again. Who's going to hire me at 64?