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I graduated from MSU in 2002 and have found it nearly
impossible to obtain a teaching job here in Montana. Many
teachers come here to teach one or two years, then retire
here. I can't compete with teachers that have 20+ years
experience! I've become discouraged and have decided to
move to Colorado. (My family lives in Fort Collins). I
have been reading some of the posts, however, and now am
even more discouraged. Is there a ray of hope out there??
Tammie
Carrie /blockquote>

What is your certification in?

n 2/19/07, Tammie Maroney wrote:
> I graduated from MSU in 2002 and have found it nearly
> impossible to obtain a teaching job here in Montana. Many
> teachers come here to teach one or two years, then retire
> here. I can't compete with teachers that have ...See More
Feb 19, 2007
Ruby731 /blockquote>

You'll find a way. At least you don't live in Michigan (where
I do) we have 2,500 applicants for one job - no joke. Don't
give up!

On 2/19/07, Carrie wrote:
> What is your certification in?
>
> n 2/19/07, Tammie Maroney wrote:
>> I graduated from MSU in 2002 and have found it n...See More
Feb 21, 2007
Tammie /blockquote>

My endorsements are English and History, secondary education
(grades 5-12). I also have several masters credits toward an
MA in history (I'm only 12 credits short). I've substituted in
Bozeman and Livingston as well. I just can't support my family
on a Montana substitute's salary ($60-$65 a day).

T...See More
Feb 21, 2007
dog has bad ears /blockquote>

Tammie,

As I tell a lot of people - don't let other poster's bad
experiences get you down. I moved here from out of state with 12
years experience and had my choice of 2 jobs in Douglas County
and I wasn't even Colorado certified yet.

It just depends on timing, attitude, location and persevere...See More
Feb 28, 2007


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