Please post your e-mail address so I can fill you in on all the
details of my interview this past weekend in Memphis. Lots to share
but I do not wish to do it here. Thanks, Sammy
On 5/01/06, sammy wrote:
> I am scheduled to have my intial interview this coming Saturday.
> I will fill you in on all the details when I get back on Sunday
> night. With many of the babyboomers retiring from the teaching
> profession, others simply get burned out and quiting after ten or
> so years and the few number of graduates entering the vocation,
> there is certainly a need for teachers in all subject areas across
> the nation. Bureaucracy and incompetency are the two core reasons
> the entire process is lengthy and frustrating. I sometimes truly
> wonder what many of the people in human resources do every day.
> One thing I have discovered is that by law schools must post job
> openings in the newspaper and online even though some or if not
> most personnel departments already know whom they want to hire.
> This is where nepotism and cronyism come into play.
> Though I am well qualified for the position in Memphis, I am
> doubtful about getting it due to some bureaucratic hitch. I
> wonder if it would have been wiser to have opted for the telephone
> interview first.
> Sammy Johnson