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Old 05-07-2014, 02:03 PM
 
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I haven't worked on my resume in 7 years and I'm rusty! I've worked at 3 different schools in my district. Should I add each separately? Also-how much is too much?

I'm trying to be prepared for the impending cuts.


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Were the positions at the same or different grade levels? How much other stuff is on your resume? Could you list different skills that you gained from each position or are they mostly the same?

I hope you escape the cuts. You've been through enough?

Good for you for being prepared though.
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Old 05-07-2014, 04:57 PM
 
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I would say it depends on how many jobs you have listed, total. If those are your only three schools OR the jobs were really different, I'd list them separately, but vttraveler gave some good advice for things to consider. You won't want an entry that looks identical to the one above it. If you have a fair amount of jobs on there AND the jobs were largely identical, I'd put them together and just list the schools and grade levels together, and then the bullets of job description underneath.
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Old 05-07-2014, 05:36 PM
 
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If they are different grade levels, definitely list them separately. Many times they want to interview someone with that exact grade level experience. Don't forget to list specific things you did in each school...committees you were a part of, field trips you organized, success with testing/scores, etc.
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Maybe do a hybrid of a CV and traditional resume. I think we are at the point in education where our resumes can start to reflect a little more of our personal style.


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