My job title is Graduate Teaching Assistant. Meaning, I am a graduate student, who also helps a Professor by teaching classes. How would I translate this job title into Chinese?
I am a student majoring in modern foreign languages in Belgium and I would like to move to the UK (I'm thinking temporarily for now, but I might change my mind) to gain work experience in my field. French is my mother tongue, and I study English and Italian. I'm also minoring in communication studies. I still have a year to go before I graduate and I'm not interested in postgraduate education for now. Is it possible to have a job as a teaching assistant in any college with this? Thanks for your answers.
I am going to apply for teaching assistant job, part time for first or second semester. Is it possible that I ask for one semester? this is because I am leaving the city...
There is a job opening for a pre school teaching assistant position, but I don't know what to say in the cover letter. I've worked in an office for the past two years. I have no formal work experience with children, but i've helped raise a lot of my cousins. I'm a psychology major. Can you give me a sample letter or help me think of what to write?
Every year that goes by, I feel like I'm falling behind each time. Some of my friends already graduated from college, and I'm still in school. I kept changing my career, but now after finding a job in which I can really say I want to stick to for a long time (teaching assistant), I've decided in becoming a teacher.
At what age did you get your bachelors?
I want to become a teaching assistant, i have a degree in sociology and psychology but no teaching assistant qualification..now i want to volunteer in a primary school to gain some experience then hopefully i am more likely to secure a job as a TA..how do i approach schools and will they let me volunteer, also can i get a job if i do all of this, thankyou
Im a recent college grad with a B.A. in english, no teaching experience and little job experience overall. How do I go about getting a job as a teacher, teaching assistant, or even in the office, anything that will get me into a school. What steps do I need to take? what certifications? who do I contact?
Please help, any advise is appreciated
Currently a 44 yr old teaching assistant. Been one for 8yrs, lots of experience. Wanted to teach for ages. No degree but plently of other qualifications. Would like to work on the job if possible. Primary school teaching is a possibility. Am I mad wanting to do this job??!!!!
I feel like I've trapped myself in a situation I can't get out of.
I just graduated undergrad in May, and I just started grad school full time this semester. I'm in a grad program for mathematics, and I'm a teaching assistant.
These classes are WAY over my head - I'm failing my classes, and I know there's no way I can pass them by the semester's end.
I can't just drop out. I'm a TA, and so I signed a working contract with the school (I'm actually loving the teaching part). I'm legally required to stay here, so I can't drop out.
What happens if I apply for a job in the future? I know I have to provide a transcript for my undergrad (that's not a problem for me, I got good grades in undergrad). Do I have to tell a future employer I did a semester of grad school (and failed every class)? Or can you avoid mentioning it, without anyone ever finding out? Can't they find out by searching your social security number? Is there ANY chance ANY somewhat decent employer would hire me?
I've looked in the classifieds and searched for local medical assistant jobs on the internet and theres nothing! I thought Medical Assistant jobs were in high demand? I start school in 2 weeks, but I am having second thoughts. The medical assistant program is 9 months long and cost
$12,000. Any advice?
I graduated from college in 1983 with a degree in education. I am certified in elementary education but have never taught full time. I have only substitute taught. I have applied for several teaching assistant postions. I don't even get called for an interview. How can I update my experience to get a teaching position?
I am already certified in the state that I wish to teach in.
I am to graduate in July with a degree in Education, but still need to do a primary PGCE. I have seen jobs advertised for teaching assistants, so was just wondering could I realistically be one for a while with a degree and a few weeks work experience? Most of the adverts say NVQ Level 3 or Equivalent..
I am planning to major in economics... looking at Stanford and MIT.
I go to a public high school, probably one of the top in the city of Chicago. Will probably graduate top 5?f class. Courseload is very challenging with many AP classes.
GPA: 3.92/4 unweighted, 5.04 weighted
Plays on Chess Team (3rd place in state 2006, 2nd place 2007).. I also will be the captain this year.
I'm an active chess player that plays chess outside of school in many local and national tournaments.
Math Counts, Math Team, NJHS, Ping Pong
Outside of class, I serve as a teaching assistant for a Kung Fu class (I've been taking Kung Fu for 7 years). I also am part of a Lion Dance group that performs around the area, so this can count as job experience.
Small things include my frequent traveling, piano playing, tutoring experience...
So what are my chances?
I am looking into entering a PhD program in Hispanic Linguistics. I'm currently a high school Spanish teacher. The program offers teaching assistantships but I was wondering on average how much is this stipend? Is it enough off which to live? Ideally, I would like to leave my high school teaching job while working on the PhD program and I am trying to decide if I can afford it. (I am married with 2 kids).
Hey, Im a recent BSc psychology graduate and was hoping to get an assistant psychologist job in Scotland but the only AP posts I find are in every other part of the UK! If anyone can guide me to where I might look for one in Scotland it would be much apprieciated. Thanks :)
I have a degree in Speech and Language Therapy (BSc) but am looking at other jobs (as it is near impossible to find a speech therapy job!).
What qualifications do you need to be a teaching assistant? Or can I just get training on the job?
Also, to be a nursery teacher, do you need to have done the PGCE?
Are there any other similar jobs I could look into?
I currently graduated with a teaching degree in Physical Education and Health. There are no jobs available in this field. Schools keep cutting back on physical education/health positions and there isn't much promise in the field. I need advice on other jobs to look for. I do not know where to begin my search. I am a very hard-working person and very easy to get along with.
The first job: not really related to my studies, stressed me at certain periods, good salary, but no guaranties of a longer contract. This is an assistant job
The second: in the field of my studies, teaching mainly, pays a little less, guaranteed: long contract
What do I choose??????????
I know that a little decision can affect my future.
I am an English graduate.
I recently graduated college and my job doesn't start for a few months, can I collect unemployment? I was working for the university as a teaching assistant. I have been paying taxes on that salary for the last 6 years. I have been working but now I am not working because I graduated so I am now longer eligible for the job I did have.
"YES!!! IF YOU WERE LAID OFF YOU CAN GET IT"
Way to read the description. Gold star for you today.
I moved across the country to go to grad school, but I am also hired at the university as a teacher's assistant. I'm wondering if I could use that as my full-time work for my moving deductions on my taxes.
I can't find any info about that on the IRS web site.