When I was applying for jobs back in the early two-thousands, I was told, to make sure I research the school. However, I had no idea what that meant. Honestly, all I did was go to the homepage of the school district's website. That was the wrong way to go about it! We're going to learn from my mistakes during this episode.
You should take this first step in the interview process in order to find the right fit for you. When applying for jobs you don't want to do a spray and pray method, meaning that you send out your resume to all of the schools. You want to be strategic and find the right job for you in a district that is a good fit.
In this episode you'll learn:
Why researching a school is the first step to choosing the right school for you.
There are a few specific features to be on the lookout for on school district websites.
What you can do with the information you gathered during the interview.
Visit the district's website and do some research.
Bookmark the pages of the school districts that you are interested in so that you can refer to them later.