He had written to me. I was perfect for the job, and I could hardly disagree. As the
Serving the district was a job Ritchie said was enjoyable. “You have a fantastic school district, and I am extremely impressed with the students and staff. I was fortunate to work with the board, which is truly focused on what is best for the district and community. You are in able hands moving forward.”
Upon review of your website, I was delighted to see the success you have had in preparing students to attend college. I was also impressed with the progress you’ve made in closing the achievement gap. I wish to help you to continue to achieve amazing results and see no better way to do so than through employment with you. My commitment to urban education is evident though my educational decisions (pursued a B.A. in Mathematics and M.S.Ed in secondary education) and experience working as a math teacher at La Granja School, a math tutor at Roberts Wesleyan College and as a student teacher at La Salle School.
I came across your job listing for the position of a Toddler Assistant at your center in hopes to become part of your teaching faculty. I believe that I carry the necessary qualifications, the professional wisdom and a great amount of work experiences to fulfill this position.
I read your posting for an Assistant Principal and am truly excited by the opportunity. I believe my experience aligns well not only with the qualifications you are seeking for the position but also with Shrewsbury High Schools core values of Respect, Responsibility, Collaboration, Communication, Equity and Commitment to High Standards. I am a dedicated and passionate educator with a diverse background in business and education. I am a “teacher leader” at my school now and having recently become licensed as an administrator, I am ready to assume a new challenge and opportunity as an Assistant Principal.
We discussed my background in adult education with a career college, my experience as the regional EMS Training Coordinator, my degree in elementary education as well as my Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. I left with you an envelope containing my resume and documentation supporting my elementary education career experiences. In addition, I have attached my certifications
After reading your advertisement for a Teacher Aide’s position, I instantly decided to submit my application as my attributes closely complement your needs. I am very ambitious to make a significant difference in the lives of children and am confident that this eagerness and passion will go a long way in contributing to your school.
As you are aware, last week I interviewed seven job candidates for our vacant administrative assistant position. Although this process took considerable time, I am convinced that we have some very qualified individuals to choose from.
I hope you will consider me for the position of QC and Delivery Associate. I was excited to see your job posting, not only because I'm trying to transition into a new career as a copy editor and proofreader, but also because I believe in your mission to ensure all children receive a content-rich education. As a Louisiana native, I've watched the children of my state struggle to achieve basic competency in core subjects like English, math, and writing. I would love the opportunity to be a part of the company that's working to change that.
Midlothian High School remains extremely well-known across the country for its intelligent, caring, and dedicated faculty and teachers. As a former student, I can affirm this claim. From History to French to Mathematics, my teachers made my learning experience feel important and worth-while. Despite this, among all these great faculty members, the English Department shines bright because of one teacher and leader that stands out above the rest. Mrs. Sharon Austin, my junior year John Tyler Community College composition teacher has impacted my life in extraordinary ways. Because of her influence in my personal education and growth as a student, I admire her greatly as a leader in the world.
I seek to join Teach For America because I would not be where I am today if it was not for caring teachers who pushed me into the right direction and validated the idea that I can be a successful student. Growing up my mother and grandmother were both teachers, and hearing their struggles of teaching, I had vowed to never become one. When high school came I was convinced that I was going to join the military and that college was never an option. That was until I met Ms. Mudron, my English teacher who planted a seed in me that grows till this day. My answers to questions that she asked regarding our readings were nothing like the other students, yet they were not wrong, she informed me that I thought outside of the box and that is why I should
I starting my teaching career in Glendale, Arizona. This district has a population of I started by career in Glendale Elementary School District in Glendale Arizona. The population of this district is 87% free and reduced lunch. 86% of the students are students of color. Through the district I started my Structured English Immersion endorsement an Arizona requirement. In addition, I also went through 5 professional developments on Ruby Payne’s Frameworks on Understanding poverty.
Having read the job description for this post I believe this is an exciting and challenging opportunity to become an expert in a very specific area; to be a visible and important part of the school working with dedicated colleagues and enthusiastic applicants, being able to deliver for and promote a school that I’m passionate about succeeding.
The difficulties of stepping into the adult world are now having to decide what you are going to do with the rest of your life. The first hurdle to step over is what career interests you most. But not only that, what will you enjoy doing every day for the rest of your life. Furthermore, you need to decide where you think you might enjoy studying. Where your grades will be accepted, where you will feel accepted and whether or not they offer your degree. The second biggest hurdle to jump over is deciding whether or not to have a major, minor or neither. This is just the beginning of all the decisions. After you think you have decided the right choice, you are soon to figure out if you are able to work hard enough, have enough determination and passion to invoke in this career. For many people, this isn’t something they ever think of when someone says the word “teacher.” Working hard, being stressed and working on your weekends is something the rest of the world forgets to remind themselves teacher do. There truly is a lot more to teaching then the world sees. Let’s look at the career of a teacher; most people think that the biggest part of the teacher’s job is to be a “glorified babysitter” with weekends, holidays and summers off. They assume teaching as a career is just as easy as one, two, three however, those of us in the education field know that is far from the truth. Teachers are so lucky to have the privilege to be allowed the ability to instill in young kid’s minds