Ok so it seems like I have been applying for a teaching assistant job at HISD forever. I have just recently finished my bachelors. I have faxed my resume, called schools to check on my application and everytime i get an answer that they have already picked someone. Do they only select people on "connection" basis. if anyone who is already a teaching assistant at HISD can you please share how you got the job and what should I do?
I'm a Sophomore at Hunter College and finished 58 credits. I have no job at this moment. I'm planning to apply for Teaching Assistant jobs in elementary or middle schools. But i'm not sure where to start from and how to prepare for it. Please help me out friends. Thanks for your time!
Im taking a Level 3 teaching assistant course, which results at the end, to an nvq equivalent. its an Open uni, so i'll be learning from home. Except obviously finding voluntary work in the mean time, is there anything else i need/ or can do to help me get a decent teaching assistant job when i pass? thanks.
In my borough schools say all vacancies are advertised on the county council website, but hardly any ever appear. Yet in another borough my friend asked to help out and somehow managed to land a teaching assistants job, even though she has no experience!
I work at a nursery so have some experience, but wonder if I should be helping out at a school for free rather than waiting for the perfect assistants role to be advertised?!
Also what is a teaching assistants salary, at infant level?
I am currently working part-time in admin and am looking to change my career. I would like to become a teaching assistant and then eventually a teacher. I have been looking at some teaching assistant job vacancies and they all want someone with experience and a relevant qualification.
I have also looked at gaining this qualification at a few local colleges but they all need you to be in a teaching assistant post, I'm a bit confused by this and would like to just get my foot on the ladder. Where do I start????
I applied for a job and I will be getting it if everything goes good. Well, my parents think it is a teaching assistant job and I am afraid they will kick me out if they find out. So what are some reasons I can tell them to make them believe that the school wants me to be a substitute teacher for a while until I can get teacher's assistant? Please help me.
Hi everyone. I am finishing my degree in may next year and would like to get a job as a teaching assistant before i do my teacher training. Does anybody know when schools advertise for TA's for them to start after the 6 week hols (in september?). Is it around easter time? Also, how long is the application and interview process? In other words when would you know if you had the job or not? Thanks, Sam x
I received my BA last year in Social and Behavioral Sciences with a concentration in Social Work and really have had zero luck finding a job. I'm thinking about going back to school for teaching and for the meantime I'd like to look for a job as a teaching assistant. I'm not really sure how to go about applying to a job like this.. do I speak to someone at a school? Search classifieds? If anyone knows..pls help me out! thank you so much!
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...
I'd like to apply for a teaching assistant's job and wondered if anyone could give me some tips as to the kind of things I should include/write about myself in the application form?
I am trying to find full time work as a primary school teaching assistant in West Yorkshire (north yorkshire as well If I have to). Does anyone know any popular sites that post a lot of vacancies on them? I want to get on a PGCE course at the end of this year and a TA job will help to ensure that. Someone please point me in the right direction.
1) What impressions did you get from looking at our school today?
2) Why do you want to work at our school?
I have the interview tomorrow and it is for a Teaching Assistant job in a primary school working with two children with disabilities.
Any other information you have about these interviews will be appreciated.
Teaching Assistant Job application. Is caring and understanding of children’s needs?
Has high expectations of children’s behaviour and attainment?
Is very well organised and efficient?
Is open to advice, feedback and guidance from colleagues?
I need help with this question, as i am applying for teaching assistant job.
I am 20 years old and am currently training to be a secondary school maths teacher. I love working in schools but am having problems with my degree. IN some ways I wish it was over so I can have a full time job and a life instead of shifting from place to place and living on a tight budget. After my degree I want to work as a Teaching Assistant in a secondary school, hopefully one with a strong sport ethos. I prefer being a TA as you haved a great job and a better work life balance. I have also worked at tuition centres, youth clubs, sports clubs, coaching schemes, summer schools and as a maths tutor. I am a qualified football coach and am taking other courses too. I got 10 A/A*s at GCSE and A*AB at A Level. I am getting a first in my degree so far. Do you think I can get a TA job and be happy because that's all I want and to be able to do other things like sports coaching and teaching adults. Do you know the best way about getting a teaching assistant job? I would really appreciate your feedback.
I am an international student who hope to get a teaching assistant job in college when I transfer. I heard I become eligible for paying in-state tuition. But if I don't work as a TA no more after one semester, do I have to pay out-of-state tuition again? or can I pay the in-state tuition for good?
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'll be looking for possible teaching job in Jersey City next year just to start up. I have no teaching experience but im fond with toddlers and Im willing to give it a try. Are there any teaching establishments who will accept me? If not, what are the requirements of becoming one?
I have mostly been working abroad teaching English to natives in their country. Is there any chance I would be able to get a job as a teaching assistant in a UK secondary or primary school? What should i put on my CV (resume)? This would be good on my PGCE application you see.
Im going to be having some interviews soon in teaching assistant vacancies and also a job in a summer holiday club.
does anyone no what questions may be asked or has any one had any interviews regarding this kind of work?