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Hello,

I am working on my EAS application and I just got to the file upload section. There are file upload options for things like official transcripts and state teaching certificates; however, I am not seeing a spot to upload my resume. I guess I had just assumed I would upload a copy to the file uploads page, but now that "resume" or "CV" or anything similar is not an option for a file upload, it has me questioning whether I actually submit a copy of my resume or not. I see that most of the items addressed on a resume are already within the application itself (work experience, education, skills and activities, etc.) So my question: Do I actually need to upload a copy of my resume? If so, where do I do so?
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teacher42 @Linda, they did count my uni experience. Just claim everything you can and provide proof (I think it was a statement or form I had to provide from each job.)
teacher42 @Linda, they did count my uni experience. Just claim everything you can and provide proof (I think it was a statement or form I had to provide from each job.)
Linda @teacher42, was the proof you offered a letter of work experience from the uni or did you have to ask the uni to fill out the DoDEA document for previous work experience? Thank you.
Sep 20
haha Good to know. I've heard mixed reports on counting non K-12 experience.

In my case they wouldn't count two years because the position had combined admin/teaching duties IN a K-12 setting. :S

In any case, they "generally" require the DoDEA Form 5013 to credit the experience.
Mary EAS includes all they want to see in the application itself. There is a text box to include additional information you think is important. The employment verification form will be required when determining your starting step. EVERY year, you need to upload your transcript and educator certificate/license even if nothing has changed.
Sep 21


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