Tips for how to get Teaching Jobs:
Personal visit to school/colleges:
Visit the administration departments of school systems and colleges to inquire about available positions. If there are no current vacancies, ask if you can submit your resume to remain on file should future openings match what you are seeking.
Keep in mind that schools do the bulk of their hiring several months before the new school year starts.
Accept a substitute teaching position at the school(s) at which you are focusing your job search. This will not only allow you to network at the school by putting in the midst of fellow teachers and administrators, but also allow you to meet some of the students you may be teaching.
It is not unusual for substitute teachers who have made a strong bond with the students to be offered a full-time position when an opening comes up.
Part-Time or Contract Positions :
Don’t be adverse to accepting a contract or “training” position. This are often a great way to get you foot in the door in the teaching profession. It also gives you a chance to evaluate a school to ensure it is a match before fully committing yourself to a long-term full-time position.
Build Relationships with administration:
Take time to get to know and develop a relationship with the administrators at the school(s) you are interested in.
Your likelihood of landing an interview (leading to a position) as a “known commodity” is higher than it is for a nameless teacher who on one has met.
Build Social Network:
Let friends, family, and casual acquaintances know that you are on the market for a new position. Since most companies are much more willing to interview (and potentially hire) candidates who have already been vouched for, it’s important to get the word out that you are available and seeking a new opportunity.
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