Progress!!

May 21, 2008 at 11:20 am Leave a comment

I have an interview!!

Okay,  it’s just a screening interview, but it is for my preferred district – the district that “won’t be having any openings” and yet has posted 3-4 openings in the past two weeks. (The thing is that they are required to post openings for five days even when they already know who is going to fill them – so when there is an intra-district transfer the job isn’t REALLY open, even though it is posted.) This district – we’ll call it Urban School District – is the one in which I did my student teaching, tends to be more progressive in terms of teaching philosophy and technology, and pays a bit better. It is also geographically the most convenient for me.

Interestingly, I also have a message on my phone from an insurance company, informing me that they have my resume and would like to schedule an interview. Uhm, excuse me? All I can figure is that I have my resume up on CareerBuilder and they’re desperate for anyone with a pulse and a college degree.

Also speaking of progress… I cleaned my bathtub today. (I’ll pause for your applause.)

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