Jul 1, 2008
On 4/28/08, Natalie wrote:
> I went to college in Southern California where they told
> us that many states love to have teachers who are
> credentialed in CA. Is Colorado not one of them? I don't
> have contract experience but I have four long terms under
> my belt, and three were for 6 months. There were no jobs
> in So Cal so my fiancee and I moved here to Loveland, CO
> for a new start and fresh teaching opportunites here. I've
> probably applied for 20 jobs within the last month.
> Everytime I see a posting, I put in my interest and have
> had no calls for interviews. Does anyone have any
> advise? I have a great resume, but not the contract
You are going to say that I am mean and snobby, but so be it.
I hope that your letters of interest do not contain so many
misspellings and typographical errors.
I know that most people believe that spelling, grammar, and
vocabulary don't matter. I'm not one of them, and neither are
Also, Colorado is heavily saturated with highly qualified
teachers. You'll have to put in your two to five years as a
substitute like most others here