JOb Search help for Alumni from Career Services at Bank Street

March 16, 2012 at 7:44 am Leave a comment

The Bank Street Career Services Office is pleased to offer the following Saturday workshops to assist you with your job search. Contact slevine@bankstreet.edu or call 212-875-4657 to sign up!

Saturday, March 24

9am-12pm

Room 711

Essay Writing – 9:00am

Facilitator: Bernadette Anand, Advisor, Course Instructor, Bank Street

The Department of Education online application consists of two essays.  This workshop will focus on how to write an effective essay and how to write a concise educational philosophy

Interview Skills – 10:00am

 

Facilitator: Debbie Kurtzberg, Adjunct Instructor & Bank Street Alumna –  MSE, Childhood Special & General Education, former Director of Primary School at Tsinghua International School

This workshop will focus on the interview.  Mock interviews will take place allowing students and alum to practice and review the results.

Demo Lessons – 11:00am

Facilitator: Kate Sussman, Bank Street Alumna –  MEd. Special Education, Director of Professional Development at Opportunity Charter School

Interviewees are often asked to lead a demo lesson in a classroom.  Learn how you should prepare for this, and observe as a few volunteers will conduct a demo lesson during this workshop.

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