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Plano Independent School District Teacher Job Fair

February 15, 2017 by

 

 

 

 

 

 

PISD will hold a Teacher Job Fair on Saturday, April 22 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.  Qualified applicants will meet these requirements:

  • Must hold, or be eligible for, a valid Texas Teaching Certificate.
  • Must be highly qualified under the requirements of Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
  • ESL certification is required for Pre-K and elementary teachers.
    • This requirement does not include elementary art, music, and physical education teachers.
  • Must successfully pass the criminal history/background check.
  • Register by April 7, 2017.  This timeline will be strictly enforced.
  • Current 2016-2017 Plano ISD teachers are not eligible to attend the Teacher Job Fair.

Pre-registration is required to receive an invitation to the fair by mail.  For more information, see the full announcement at http://www.pisd.edu/employment/



Stuck in a Career Rut?

February 10, 2017 by

 

Ashley Stahl’s blog post – Get Unstuck: Three Ways To Get Out Of A Career Rut, in the Huffington Post, suggests way to move forward to a more rewarding career.
We are evolving constantly while we are in college. We learn many new things, ace exams and accomplish our ultimate goal – graduation.
Then the journey in the next phase of our life begins – work. We work with the same people every day and seem to be stuck in this place for a year or two with no changes to our titles or salaries. Statistics indicate that only 18% of employed millennials stay with their current role for more than a year.
Life is continually changing and flowing; businesses and careers change along with it. But sometimes we get stuck in a certain mindset or concept of how things should be. It just takes a little nudge of small changes that help us deviate from our current situation.
This can be accomplished by interacting with someone who thinks differently than you. It could be a mentor, coach or just someone who is in a different field. Alternatively, it could be someone who is more qualified or less qualified than you. Building a professional support system is one of the best things you can do to get out of this rut.
A few points to remember while going through this process is to know the difference between a mentor and a sponsor. A mentor gives you more inspirational support while a sponsor is the one who will guide you to take the necessary actions that convert into tangible results. Another thought to keep in mind is to connect with people who professionally inspire you. Cold networking creates many opportunities. Learning and growing from conversations with people from outside your own circle is one of the best ways to jumpstart your career.

For a more detailed article, please click on the link below:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ashley-stahl/get-unstuck-three-ways-to_b_14162074.html