Some inspiration for your NEW YEAR!!! See my buddy Steve, a DJ from the states, sold his house and has been here for over 6 months!!!
I wish you all a wonderful 2012. I am in the mountains meditating at the very moment. As, bringing in the new year in this way is a great gift to give not only myself, but the world. And that is something I’ve recognized over this year. When you extend beyond yourself, and you are opened up to sharing and giving to others, to the world, you can pretty much count on it that you’re in a good place. Sometimes we do get full of ourselves. Everything is about how we interpret a particular situation, in our own little world inside our heads, we’re right…all of the time. Except…our desire to be “right” isn’t letting us see clearly or truly.
Have a wonderful new year, and all the best as you progress and get out of the financial transition in the world. It has been fun writing this blog and I will certainly come back here from time to time…to add or to take away. In fact I am not so sure how I might keep or change this blog. I’ve reach #52+…so, beyond this last post…we’ll have to see what happens. If you have something in mind, please write me and let me know!
Onto the jobs:
Working to help both teachers and students the Carnegie Foundation provides various job opportunities independently and from time to time, collaboratively. They can be located here: http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/.
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Posted in Jobs for teachers on January 21, 2012 |
I need this treatment right now cause how she’s feeling is how I’m feeling:
It’s so cold in Korea…I had to stop showering (every single day) because my skin began to burn and physically emit pain. I am from the south. I’ve only lived in southern states. I marched in marching bands…under the pounding sun and I swam in lakes hot as Jacuzzis. So, you can envision this southern girl having a hard time adapting to this cold. I don’t ever remember having thoughts of wanting to literally rip my skin off my arms, but I guess that happens…maybe I just need some really good lotion? Thankfully I found Vaseline (and it is Vaseline…not just some petroleum jelly) and I just put my feet all over it. Then wrapped it in a sock…and you know what the next day, my feet look great. But if I dare neglect it for one night…mercy these feet should be cut from my body. I’ve not had such luck with pedicures here…only went once, great service, but I really do not like the technique AT ALL at from the last place…and no one has mentioned where else I might go. Sigh. Maybe I should just fly to Hawaii for a spa escapade!
Well, back to the focus here. Jobs! Have you looked at the STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION? There are lots of jobs available that you might surely qualify for, and if you’re not qualified, give them a call and find out how you might obtain qualification. Some positions are as Title 1 representatives/officiators. You might be closer to obtaining that position that you think. Set up a time to just talk to the secretary to inquire!
Here is a list of the state departments of education! Check for your state, and then their website for their employment listings…see which ones you might or do qualify for, get your paperwork together and apply!!!
All the best to you! And stay warm and ashy-free (cause mercy I’m an ashy fool at the moment!)
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Posted in Jobs for teachers on January 14, 2012 |
Back in the Mountains…see my friends from Maum.org!! All the way from: Hungary via Singapore, the USA and Kenya!
This is another short post. Enjoy the photo
The better business bureau has listings of jobs by their field. You can visit the website for your city and see all of the jobs under education. I found a very cool privately owned business in Atlanta that was hiring. It was a business geared towards technology in the schools. They wanted people to help them actually teach the kids about the creations they were making.
Find your Better Business Bureau listings and see if there’s a position waiting for you! www.bbb.com
All the best, always!
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Posted in Jobs for teachers on January 7, 2012 |
Maybe I will be working in Seoul, Korea…I thought a few weeks ago.
Have you all heard of this company: www.Berlitz.com. The current person in charge here in Korea is bilingual in both French and English. The individual started with the company immediately after college and in two years went from a private instructor to Manager. There are ways to grow with this company. You will basically be teaching English or any other language you speak using the methods they provide for you. This company is world-wide and is a premiere language instruction provider to businesses, CEOs of multinational companies, universities and even groups of children.
During the interview I was told I could likely transfer to Germany, if I wanted, and other places: Hong Kong or Beijing to name a few.
Anyway, I got the job offer, but turned it down. I would have enjoyed it, but it was not quite what I needed and wanted at the moment. Maybe I sound crazy, but you just don’t know where I am working right now. Really and truly I am in a great place. And next year, because my school wants me to stay, I get to teach first graders. Teaching first grade translates to fun, and singing and dancing and Dr. Seuss! It also translates to boogers and snot galore! So, the first week is all about hygiene!
Now that was your freebie job. Check out Berlitz.com and see if you don’t locate some opportunities abroad or within the USA.
This week’s job focuses on online tutoring. All you’ll need is a camera with a built-in-mic and you’re ready to go! You can find excellent quality cameras with built-in-mics at an electronics store or online.
With the increasing demands of technology and the desires of some families to keep their children at home, many opportunities to teach children virtually are arising. If you find you are savvy with
computers, internet usage and other forms of technology, you may be well-equipped to instruct students online. Check out www.tutor.com or www.tutorvista.com. Contact your local school district and inquire if they have online schools. Furthermore you’ll want again use the search engine of choice or to search for open teaching positions online and in your subject area.
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