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Re: Desperate to teach
miss penny

    Brandee, have you filled out the on-line application for
    Hardin Co.? You can also look for job openings on that site.
    I just recently moved from Ft. Knox, KY to Greenville, NC
    (husband is military). When I applied to sub in Hardin Co.,
    it took several months. I had to call several times before I
    was even considered for the sub position. I would try
    applying on post as well as off post. I would suggest, if I
    were you, that you make a trip to the HCBOE and speak to
    someone in person. If you applied on-line, there may have
    been a problem and they might not have received your
    application. Good luck in your job search.

    On 7/23/07, Brandee Concepcion wrote:
    > Help....I can't seem to find a teaching position in
    > Kentucky. I moved to Fort Knox, KY over a year ago with my
    > husband who is a soldier in the Army (Fort Knox). I
    > recently graduated from the University of South Carolina
    > with a Masters in Education (May 2005). I am fully
    > credentialed to teach in this state. However, for the
    > second school year in a row, I am unable to even get an
    > interview for a teaching position. I don't know what I'm
    > doing wrong. Granted, I'm a recent graduate with no
    > certified experience, but weren't all teacher's and
    > principals in my place at one time? Could it be that
    > because I'm a soldier's wife the schools are afraid to
    hire
    > me for fear I will move soon? Do they only want teachers
    > who have graduated from colleges in thier state? If I just
    > knew what was standing in my way I may be able to conquer
    > this mountain that is standing in my way. All I've ever
    > wanted to do was be a teacher. I am substituting again
    > this year, but it's not the same. Does anyone have any
    > suggestions?
    >
    > Signed,
    > Desperate to teach
    >
    >