On 2/15/08, Anthony wrote:
> Memphis is always looking for people... read into that as
> you wish.
I noticed that Georgia seems to have a huge need for
counselors. Go to the site Teach Georgia. There is a need
for counselors on every grade level.
> On 2/09/08, Darlene Steele wrote:
>> Can anyone tell me where there is the greatest demand for
>> elementary teachers and guidance counselors? I currently
>> hold these two certifications. I do have three years
>> teaching experience, but due to lack of funds our private
>> school closed for good a few years ago. I have been in the
>> lurch every since! I have worked as a full-time
>> substitute, special needs aide - twice, and 13 months as a
>> community education director. I was laid off from that
>> position last June due to budget cuts in our district.
>> That was after driving regularly to Frankfort, Kentucky
>> for 13 months of training.
>> I live in southeastern Kentucky. I am not having any luck
>> finding a position. I currently work as a "special needs
>> aide" in hopes that I can secure employment. Our numbers
>> have went down, so there aren't many teaching positions
>> available. I have lived in Kentucky for years, but
>> Michigan is my home state. I am curious if there might be
>> any critical shortage areas there or wherever. I am also
>> an older woman, and I see mostly younger people with
>> connections getting the jobs in my area! I was told by a
>> principal(when I made that remark a few months ago)that I
>> live in the mountains, and that tends to happen. I know
>> that I am a good teacher. I can go right in to the
>> classroom and do what a teachers does with no problem. I
>> feel as if my education is going to waste! I appreciate
>> any advice. Thank you!
>> Darlene email@example.com