Job Search Summit

Thursday, March, 3 at 3:00 PM EST
Presenting Yourself on Paper: Your Résumé and Cover Letters — Learn More or Register
Grace Cook
Learn how to create a résumé that is appropriate for your background, craft a cover letter that commands attention, avoid common mistakes in résumé and cover letter writing, and relate non-academic job experiences to academic job requirements.

Thursday, March, 3 at 4:00 PM EST
Portfolios in the Job Search: Busy Work or Competitive Edge?— Learn More or Register
Deborah Snyder and Samantha Fecich
Do you know what a digital portfolio is and why it is important for future educators? Learn about the technology tools available to create an ePortfolio. Find out what to include in your ePortfolio and how to make it stand out from the crowd. Then discover how you can use it in your job search.

Friday, March, 4 at 3:00 PM EST
Interview Well: Get Hired — Learn More or Register
Brian Scott
Your cover letter gets your résumé read and your résumé gets you an interview. Find out common questions asked in interviews, how to research and prepare for an interview, and how to avoid common mistakes made in interviews.

Saturday, March 5 at 3:00 PM EST
Panel: The Successful Job Search — Learn More or Register
Peter Leibman, Francine Adams, and Rick Heggan
Each member of this panel offers a different perspective on job searching both as a first-time job searcher and as a career changer.

  • Dr. Peter Leibman will present from his perspective of a professor who has great success in helping teachers find and get the jobs of their dreams.
  • Francine Adams will share about her experience and how she leveraged her past work experience on her résumé and in interviews.
  • Rick Heggan will discuss how he strengthened his résumé and interviews with what he had previously done and how his maturity has impacted his job search and teaching.

Saturday, March 5 at 4:00 PM EST
It’s a Wrap! JSS Wrap-Up with Questions & Answers — Learn More or Register
Previous presenters
Submit questions as they occur to you during the webinars on March 3, 4, and 5. Attend this webinar to hear the answers and ask follow-up questions. Or attend to hear more about any of the topics.

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