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Old 01-09-2007, 03:15 PM
 
Location: Elizabeth, New Jersey
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We want to relocate from New Jersey to NC. Friend of my told me that here there are a lot of opportunity to find a job as Spanish teacher. Mu husban is a litle big afraid to move over there because we don't know nobody there. My back ground is: I have B.S. in Graphics Communication Tecnology and B.A. in Spanish, Also I have Spanidsh teacher certification from New jersey and Preschool certification from here also, So he told me that I have a hight change to get hire in NC as a teacher and get my Standar.
I was working as teacher from kindergrden to fifth grade diffent schools. I love to work with children but the problem is that I looking for a permanent job and it is very hard here. I want to give to my kids a beter like.
I know the places to rase kids there it is very good.
Appriciate your help.
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Old 01-09-2007, 04:19 PM
 
Location: Wake Forest
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We want to relocate from New Jersey to NC. Friend of my told me that here there are a lot of opportunity to find a job as Spanish teacher. Mu husban is a litle big afraid to move over there because we don't know nobody there. My back ground is: I have B.S. in Graphics Communication Tecnology and B.A. in Spanish, Also I have Spanidsh teacher certification from New jersey and Preschool certification from here also, So he told me that I have a hight change to get hire in NC as a teacher and get my Standar.
I was working as teacher from kindergrden to fifth grade diffent schools. I love to work with children but the problem is that I looking for a permanent job and it is very hard here. I want to give to my kids a beter like.
I know the places to rase kids there it is very good.
Appriciate your help.
I would contact the school districts you are interested in, but I know in Wake County, teachers with Spanish are high in demand.....if not as Spanish teachers, but for English as a Second Language class. We have many Spanish speaking newcomers.

http://wwwa.wcpss.net/HumanResources/hrjobs.html (broken link)
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Old 01-13-2007, 02:56 PM
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Location: Boonville, NC
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My wife is an ESL teacher and Spanish teacher in Yadkin County (I am a computer teacher)

You can write your own ticket here. Your skills are in Great demand.

Here is my wife's email addy at school: Christine.Flay@yadkin.k12.nc.us
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Old 01-13-2007, 03:14 PM
 
Location: Charlotte,NC, US, North America, Earth, Alpha Quadrant,Milky Way Galaxy
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Definitely any skillset in which you are bilingual and have spanish and english- you'll find work, particularly in the public sector. I was on a flight with a judge from Charlotte and he was talking to a law student, who was bilingual and telling her there's a huge demand in the public sector for spanish/english speaking employees.

I'd definitely highlight that aspect of your resume
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Old 01-14-2007, 10:17 AM
 
Location: Snow Hill, NC
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There is a high concentration of Spanish speaking population in the rural counties like Greene, where I live, Wilson, Edgecombe, Lenoir, Pitt, which Greenville a larger city is located in, Wayne, Franklin, Harnett, Johnston, and several of the other counties in the Eastern part that I know of. The courts need translators all the time as well as the public health officials, doctor's offices, and the schools. Most of the Spanish speaking population with limited English speaking abilities work on farms. You might want to check into some of those counties.
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Old 05-31-2007, 05:45 PM
 
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I would contact the school districts you are interested in, but I know in Wake County, teachers with Spanish are high in demand.....if not as Spanish teachers, but for English as a Second Language class. We have many Spanish speaking newcomers.

WCPSS: Job Openings
I am a teacher of Spanish in Virginia Beach. There are always many positions available in this area...Look at Virginia Beach City Public Schools, if you are interested in this area...close to NC. You can apply on line, but hurry because thay are starting to hire from the outside. Pay is oretty good
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Old 05-31-2007, 05:46 PM
 
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I would contact the school districts you are interested in, but I know in Wake County, teachers with Spanish are high in demand.....if not as Spanish teachers, but for English as a Second Language class. We have many Spanish speaking newcomers.

WCPSS: Job Openings
Many positions here in Virginia Beach, and close to NC. Look in Virginia Beach City Public Schools
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