Use these tips to help you make a positive first impression as you prepare for job fair and school-based interviews.


As you begin your student teaching experience, look and act like a professional educator from the very start. Make a good impression on those around you as you never know who might be an instrumental connection regarding future job prospects.


As the new year begins, educators are encouraged to set a single, realistic goal.


While we cannot predict what will happen in any emergency, planning and preparing for these situations will help keep students and school personnel as calm as possible. Emergency practice drills are essential so that everyone knows what to do in all kinds of situations.


While much has changed in education over the past several decades, much remains the same. Most especially, how important teachers are and how they truly are resilient heroes everywhere.


A school district human resources administrator offers tips to teacher candidates to help prepare for critical questions asked during the interview process.


A veteran educator pauses to reflect and share thanks for everything her career has given her...and reminds all of us to do the same wherever we are in our respective careers.


Helpful advice for educators that will enhance career and personal growth.


Five excellent tips to help you prepare for your next interview!


Five tips to help create strong resumes and interview selling points, allowing you to stand apart from the competition.


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