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Job Application Tips
Tips, tricks and advice from those of us who read resumes and interview everyday.
Listen, we get it-looking for a new job is a job in and of itself. Here you'll find some helpful pointers on how to make a good first impression, stand out as the big fish in a sea of applications, customize your resume and what NOT to do if you want a teaching job abroad. Hopefully, you'll find this information both insightful and entertaining-you'll laugh, you'll cry (probably not, we're being dramatic), you'll click APPLY! Topics covered in this section:
- Email Etiquette
- Tips for Acing your Teaching Interview
- Resume Writing
- Presentation and Professional Dress
Teaching overseas is challenging so we try to challenge our teachers in our interviews. We are seeking to get a clear insight into what it would be like to be in their classroom and whether they have the skills to succeed in an ESL environment.
Footprints Recruiting's Top 7 tips for teacher resumes.
Job Interviews to teach abroad are completely terrifying on the best of days. Often times, we shoot ourselves in the foot, before we even get a chance to make a good first impression because we overthink, or misunderstand the very purpose of an interview, and, as such, unconsciously self-sabotage. Here's some helpful insight to avoid that happening.
Tips on what to wear for teaching job in-person interviews.