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Personally, I donít know what would be wrong with it. Sometimes it might be the only way to get your feet in the door. You risk them interviewing only to keep you from bugging them, but if you interview ell, you can make your impression then.

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kahluablast 07-31-2019 06:01 AM

Personally, I donít know what would be wrong with it. Sometimes it might be the only way to get your feet in the door. You risk them interviewing only to keep you from bugging them, but if you interview ell, you can make your impression then.

dusty 07-31-2019 05:39 AM

On Monday I applied for a teaching position on school spring and I then emailed my cover letter/resume to the principal's school email address letting her know I also submitted through school spring. I did not get a response to my email but the next day it shows that my school spring application was reviewed. Unfortunately I got my hopes up only to be let down when no phone call or email came. Is there any point in emailing the principal again to ask if she has made a decision regarding interviews or is it just a waste of time? I know it's only been two days but i also know interviews are set up pretty quickly or for all I know it could have been filled internally and not even be a real opening. I've kind of entered the desperate stage since tomorrow is August 1st.




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