Teaching a Lesson in an Interview

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Congrats, you received an interview! You have successfully submitted your application and obviously made an impression. But now, to provide evidence of your skills, the school/district may want to see you teach a lesson!  Continue reading


More Resume Resources

It’s not uncommon that when the job search is in the horizon a small wave of panic comes over us as we realize: “oh crap, I need to work on my resume!” Relax, my friends. The resume is important, but it is only one of the many ways to impress a school district with your special skills and teaching abilities. Here are a couple additional resources to help you with your resume building.

  • Resume Video – For your review, please see a special professional development seminar I did for secondary interns in December on how to write a professional teaching resume. The video may be on the longer side, but it’s full of great resources and tips for you as you begin to fine-tune your document.

Video: https://mediaspace.msu.edu/media/PD+Session+11.6.2015/1_t0qjcwhh

PowerPoint Presentation: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1T4-2lcnJlVc9vBFqEuSaE3U03R2CnFPjzPqAlxIBLYs/edit?usp=sharing

  • Peer Career Advising – Although I am personally not always available for resume reviews, there is now a peer career advisor available in the College of Education to  assist you specifically with your resumes and cover letters. You do not need to meet in person (unless you want to), quick reviews via email are also an option (allow 1-2 business days for feedback).

Katie Morisette, COE Peer Advisor, moriset5@msu.edu

Katie offers walk-in advising on Fridays from 3:30-5:00PM (spring 2016 only, check here for current schedule) or by appointment (Log into MySpartanCareer for her schedule)

And don’t forget, guys, the “intern” resume isn’t going to cut it in the real world. Be sure to check out the video “how tos” for transforming your internship resume into a professional resume.