Hello my fellow educators! I understand how overwhelming it can be working in the education industry especially when we are not being heard & supported. I transitioned to a new job opportunity as a financial advisor that led me to resign from my position as a school counselor. Teachers tend do very well in our business. Our average part timers make 3-5k monthtly. If you are looking for an additional source of income in addition to what you do please reach out to me at email@example.com
Hello! We are only a few weeks into school and I’m completely burned out. I’m so tired of the constant disrespect. I feel like all I’m doing is managing behaviors instead of teaching. Has anyone gone from an in-person teaching position to an online teaching position? I’m debating moving in this direction. Our school has an online program and I might wait and see if a position opens there next year. If not, I’m going to look elsewhere. Any insight into online teaching would be appreciated.
I might be moving into a Tech Leader sort of role next year. I currently teach math and have probably an intermediate level of confidence with technology. Besides getting my Google level 1 and 2 certifications, what general ideas do you have to help me improve my abilities? I might be working with several types of devices, solving printer and projector issues, and possibly dealing with sound and audio equipment
Has anyone tried teaching online courses for Virtual Schools, Colleges, Universities? If so, where did you find the position openings? Websites, Companies, Schools?
If schools are PUBLIC why are they being privatized instead of federalized? Shouldn't ALL children be able to get the same quality education with quality teachers? The states are failing PUBLIC SCHOOLS and so called CHARTER SCHOOLS are often just Public Schools PRIVATELY OWNED! WE NEED TO LEARN TO TEACH A NEW WAY! Thanks for the soapbox, SHOULDN'T Trained Teachers get paid more instead of Districts saving money hiring SUBSTITUTES (Babysitters!!!!) that only have HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS!
Hello Fellow Teachers, I start school after Labor Day and this year I am going to be working with the students who are EL and no longer teaching 7-8th grade Spanish. I am excited but anxious since I haven’t had an EL role in a few years. What advice can you give me? I want my students to feel supported and I want to do a good job.
I'm all for accelerated teacher internships... that's how I initially started. In the first Bilingual/ Spanish program- USC and LAUSD. Had to have a BA and ability to speak Spanish. They didn't accept HS graduates, veteran or not! Standards not lowered! I had to take entrance exams, state tests, and take out loans! District reneged on hiring us, newly licensed at higher salary, expanded the program and hired the new cheaper interns! Wipe-out credentialed teacher loans and increase our pay!
This is my 5th year teaching (1st grade) and there is a spot opening up next year for the art teacher. Several staff members have suggested I should switch & I'm very open to it.
I'm about to have my 1st baby & I know how being a homeroom teacher consumes me more than I'd like to admit. I know it will be a different beast, but I'm also conflicted knowing I'm not burnt out and could give more in the 1st grade position I have and the grade I feel I do my best in.
I’m considering an educational diagnostician position. Could everyone give me a few pros and cons? Still trying to wrap my head around exactly what the job entails.
Does anyone know of a teaching/educational role for online working? Not the VIPKids but something a bit more structured. Thanks
After seeing some responses about expected working hours, I am curious about which states do not allow teachers’ unions. Why is that the case? Is there any protection for your position? Who negotiates your contract? In some states is it by district? I admit to being surprised by this as I have never taught outside of Massachusetts.
Looking for opportunities in Connecticut. I am well underpaid in my current position and looking
I like the school that I currently work for but, I am looking for a 12 paraeducator program and not a 10 month like I currently have. I am interested in a change of pace and applied for a 12 month infant and toddler paraeducator position but want to know if anyone has any information about it that they are willing to share. Thanks
I am looking for teachers in Knox County, Tennessee. I am considering taking a position in the district and have a few questions. Can anyone please help?
Why am I not getting hired? I’ve applied to at least 19 open positions in the OC/South OC area in California over the course of 4 months. I’m currently leaving my position due to low enrollment. I’ve had 3 interviews so far, and the last one I know and made sure to answer and clarify all that was asked of me, yet I’m still coming up short. My resume is updated and formalized, my qualifications are where they need to be, and I also stated that I’m more than able and willing to learn new things.
AP Coordinators- I am a secretary and we had over 1,500 exams this past May. I have attended many AP training sessions and I am always the only coordinator that is a secretary. How is this position handled in your district?
I apply for a job. Same job that currently have but at a different school on my district. On the surface it appears to be a simple transfer. I’m encouraged to apply. I feel the interview goes well. But I don’t get the transfer. And I’m told that competition was steep. Everyone at the school I want to transfer to are surprised. I get the impression that many people applied. In fact I’d be surprised if there was a lot of people applying for this position. I am so frustrated.
Just accepted at role an ESOL compliance specialist. I’ve never done this before … Any specialist here? If so, can you please share with me what it is like … ? Thank you!
Can’t decide between two districts. Where one I have the position that I really wanted and the other the position it’s bad either. But the position I want is about 30 min drive while the other is about 10 mins away if that
Anyone in East Orlando (FL) looking for an English teaching position? My school has an opening.
Offered a position at North Chicago. Thoughts?
This article discusses student discipline. My approach has always been straightforward: If I have an issue, unless it is egregious, I talk with the student 1-1. I may change their seat, have them clean up their mess, etc., and if the behavior continues, I contact parents and state that the next occurrence will result in a detention. After that is an office referral. BUT my first goal is to make connections with the kids, which prevents much of this. Your thoughts?
I am beginning to plan my exit from the classroom (as in retirement). I want to explore a second career option in that I am only going to be 53. But I don’t know where to begin to transfer my skills. Thoughts or idea? I have taught Marketing and Economics and various business courses.
Which would you choose?!
Higher pay (5,000)
15 min from home
Not ideal position
5 min from home
If you got a chance to ask questions to a potential new principal during the hiring process what would you ask?!
I'm thinking about switching districts and grade levels after over a decade. I'm feeling stale and wonder if a move will be good. The new position would require summer trainings for the next few years to teach high school AP classes, but hopefully be more rewarding. I'm still anxious. New school, no professional status... What would you do?
Hey all! I’m currently on the hunt for an elementary position! I’m a certified teacher in who left my former district for many reasons. I’m currently finishing my second year as a paraprofessional in a new district, but I’m in need of a teaching position and more income 😣
Debating on leaving my current position as a Special Ed Aide. Recently just finished my bachelors of arts degree in elementary education but the district is refusing to bump my pay grade up to highly qualified. I have mentioned leaving to my supervisor but get a guilt trip every time I bring it up. Its just not practical to be educated with certs and only making $15 an hour. Do I stay with my kiddos that rely on the routine or do I leave and do whats best for myself?
Has anyone taught in a charter school? How do you or did you like it? I have accepted a new position at a charter school for next school year.
I would like to say, Happy Mother’s Day to all the ladies out there! Parent or not, as teachers we take on the role of ‘mother’ frequently. I have never been married or have children, but I feel motheresque to my students frequently. It’s part of this profession. We care…a lot. So celebrate yourself! You rock!
I think I’ve hit my wits end. I’ve constantly asked for support to no avail, and now I have a student transferring and I feel as if my admin has been comin on me hard, putting little things on a written record as an excuse to not offer me a position next year.
My birthday is tomorrow and I don’t even care for it. I’ve spent the last 3 hours crying and don’t even want to go in tomorrow. My friend says I should look into workers comp. Is this work looking into?
Which is better…teaching in a high stress position for a lot of $$ or teaching in a lower stress position (same subject and grade) for less $$?
How many of you teach summer school? Do any of you teach summer school at a different school district? If so, how did you find that position to apply for it?
WE'RE HIRING!!! We have several full-time positions available with classes ranging from Early Childhood (starting at 8 weeks old) to Middle School (through 8th grade). Some positions are available immediately! We are always looking for Substitute Teachers in all grade levels. For available teacher and administrator positions, forward your resume and cover letter per instructions here: https://www.stmartinschool.org/about/employment.
I have had some of the most toxic experiences this school year and been gaslit by admin and thrown under the bus at every opportunity by other staff members to the point of them LOUDLY talking about me in the halls. I was put in a leadership role this year and I've tried my best and have been told it wasn't good enough and to quit while I'm behind. Am I alone in the toxic, gaslighting, and downright mean girl type environments in education lately?
Would anyone like to give shout outs to the teaching position that looks impossible to you? I’d love to spread some positivity and praise. I’ll go first!
Hats off to anyone working in a middle school or junior high! I don’t know how you keep your sanity or your classroom managed when child meets hormones for the first time. I bow to your greatness, your saintly patience, and your ability to roll with the punches. Well done!
I have accepted a new position outside of education. My start date is May 16. When should I turn in my notice at school? Should I turn it in now and give them six notice or wait for two weeks? My only concern about turning in my resignation now, is retaliation from admin. Any advice is appreciated.
With lots of support from coworkers, family and friends I left a toxic school environment mid fall. I struggled with not being in the classroom some days thinking I made the best call and cant wait to move up in my restaurant career then to feeling lost and like I was missing myself for 3 months. I then got another teaching position. The school atmosphere is lighter and feels happy over all. But each day, I dont think the true joy I had before my last school is still there. Anyone else/thoughts?
Anyone in the EdTech field? Previous role was roughly 4 years as an enrollment advisor for an EdTech OPM. Looking to stay in Higher Ed or K-12 sales. Looking to see if there are any referrals that could be made as I would love to stick with a sales role. Any SDR, BDR, AE roles would be greatly appreciated.
Anyone ever hear of agencies hiring a writer team? This is something that interests me, but obviously it’s a pretty unconventional thing. But hey, we live in the digital age right?!
Got an open position for a Manager role in Nashville.
Looking for a third year senior or someone who has completed their first year as manager. Oil & Gas experience is a plus
What would you expect are the exit opportunities for a first year senior manager in CMAAS/FAAS or similar practice?
Have an interview lined from Google for the Program Manager role. Could someone help me understand the overall interview process and what could I expect in it? Thanks in advance!
What are typical exit opps for tech consulting?
Thoughts on IBM associate data science consultant position? Have an offer for the Watson Health team and looking to hear about others’ experiences (not just on the Watson health team, which is pretty new)
Gotta rant a bit. Applied for a entry level financial analyst position and got disqualified cause I was over qualified but not qualified for the Sr. Financial analyst role….
WTF? Does company not want people who are qualified in their work place or do they like to hire noobs with no experience? Any advice or suggestions? Can someone relate?
Anyone looking for a career pivot? My team is hiring a product marketing manager with experience in consumer engagement. Available in: Boston, Chicago, Raleigh, or NYC.
Was up for a stretch role of a manager role as a senior analyst (almost cl9 promotion) but delivery lead says he doesn’t want to put me in the role as the client counterpart is male and I am female and he said due to the travel requirements it wouldn’t work…. Kinda mad if gender is the only thing holding me back from this role. Should I say something
If there was a recruiter who reached out on LinkedIn about a year ago (and you never responded) but now you’re interested in the company/position, is it ok to reach out now? And what would be the best way to start the conversation?
When going from ACN to a competitor (e.g Big 4) will they initiate the exit as soon as they are informed of the move? Or will they still allow a few weeks notice?
Know of any companies that hire Junior Art Directors? Bonus points if they're currently hiring! 🌟
Advice for transitioning from pharma to a consumer?
I graduated in 2020 and got a job in pharma, because it’s the only industry that was hiring. I really like my company, but I’m not going anywhere creatively. I want to get a job in a creative agency that embraces out-of-the-box ideas.
I have a portfolio that I’m pretty proud of but I haven’t added to it since I graduated. I’d like to avoid portfolio school (hello, debt) but am ready to put in work outside of my day job.
TIA for advice!
How is navigant's life sciences senior consultant (or equal, post associate) role?
- type of work/culture
2 years experience here in the hospital revenue field, looking to transition over.
Potentially going to work freelance as hybrid PM, Producer, Acct mgmt role. What should my day rate be?
Anyone are Oliver Wyman in London? Saw a role that I might be a good fit for. Would love to learn more about the office and potentially get a referral. Also, do they sponsor visas in London?Oliver Wyman
Thinking about making a lateral move. Those of you who have done it recently, how long did the process take from resume submission to offer?
I am a credit card novice - have a charged off account on my report that was due to a $50 electric bill (now paid off) from when I moved that somehow didn’t get paid. Knocked me down about 160 points, any chance I can get this removed?
This can’t be applicable to BigLaw 😂 “Stop saying ‘will do’ in the workplace. It makes you sound passive-aggressive.”
I’m really nervous. Will we actually hit another ATH this year? Or were we all just so caught up in the climb up that we got wayyyyy ahead of ourselves? I really don’t know what to think anymore
Hi guys, does anyone have any idea of the salary for an Account Manager @Twitter? Thanks @