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July 26, 2016

Memory

A fun game for all ages, especially if you're good at it. Think of recruitment fairs as a strategic game of memory. Many educators, new and veteran, will ask if they should attend recruitment fairs. Absolutely!

July 19, 2016

I Never . . . I Always...

As someone looking into teaching, you may think I never took education classes in college. The great news is many states have alternative licensing programs. These programs allow you to teach, while earning your teacher license/credential.

July 12, 2016

Would you rather...

Looking at teaching, we can spin this game differently to help educators find their dream job.

June 21, 2016

Hunt for the Best and Brightest

Our profession has become more and more competitive. Districts are on the hunt for the best and the brightest. Our children deserve no less! Candidates are competing for jobs with others from all over. We recognize the shortages in areas of math, science, special education and world languages.

June 07, 2016

Want to Emerge Victorious in the Job Search Game? Begin with a Strong Game Plan

Similar to football, if you are going to be victorious in the job search game, it is what you do with the time prior to applying and interviewing for a job that will be most influential to obtaining the job you want. It will hinge on your game plan. Below are a few critical item to consider when putting together a strong game plan:

April 26, 2016

Making the most of Job fair attendance with dwindling numbers of job-seekers

School districts, charter schools and private schools are scrambling to fill their schools with qualified teachers, while the universities are producing fewer and fewer teachers. Over the last several years the candidate attendance at the fairs have been at a steady decline. Other locations across the country are even canceling fairs due to lack of job-seekers. Recruiters need to make the most of the dwindling number of job-seekers at career fairs.

April 12, 2016

Reality Does Not Always Match Perception

When trying to figure out where to start your career or the next step in your career it is important to remember that reality does not always match perception.

April 05, 2016

Are you engaging to your students?

Student engagement is more than the design of the lesson, it is the delivery that is key. Teachers today, must provide engaging lessons that catches a student's imagination within the first eight seconds.

March 29, 2016

Interviews But No Offers?

If you've been interviewing and applying for positions but you still haven't found a teaching job, you might be overlooking some key elements that could impact the impression you are making on school districts.

March 22, 2016

A Shopping List for Teachers and Districts

Employment market can be overwhelming for candidates and employers. Before you begin looking, create a shopping list to identify opportunities that are a great fit.

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