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Old 05-12-2010, 07:14 PM
 
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Any call backs?
No
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Old 05-12-2010, 11:01 PM
 
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I will post it again
FOLLOW UP
send your info to any principal of a school that you think might work for you...
IF you wait for someone to call you chances are you are going to wait in vain...
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Old 05-13-2010, 06:04 AM
 
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When I did that at a previous job fair they just smiled and said "Okay, great, then you're all set!"
Apply online directly to these schools. And then apply at the region 11 website. Make sure your ap is considered complete. If your references have not filled in all their forms, YOUR ap is considered incomplete. Go back to the website. Once your ap is considered complete, apply directly for the jobs you are interested in. THEN, send the P your resume and cover letter. I always did this via email. And if you are brave, which you have to be in this market, go cold call schools. Do not wait until closer to the end of the school year. The school becomes a crazy place the closer you get to the end of the year. Principals in those major districts have not begun the hiring process yet. I would be making some connections right now. If you know anyone, call them. But if you don't, don't sweat it. Good people are hired everyday without knowing a soul. I was! You must put yourself out there and face the uncomfortable. It just depends on how much you want a job... And next time, make the effort of putting a face with your resume. The larger districts are your best bet for finding a position. I hear that Lewisville has the most openings right now. Go for it!
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Old 05-13-2010, 06:38 AM
 
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Lewisville does have lots of jobs posted
just depends totally on what your area and certifications are...
but if you just wait you are going to wither on the vine...
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