How can my experience in business qualify me as an instructor? A recent resume asked how my past personal and professional experience makes me a quality candidate for the position. This is a touchy question, for just two reasons: I’ve no teaching experience, and there’s a gap in my employment background. I attended to the first by emphasizing skills acquired in business: communication with non-specialists, knowledge of technology, and practical applications of math. I addressed the next by pointing out that I’ve spent much of my “downtime” in education and can serve as a role model for lifelong learning thus.
In future applications I would also say something about increasing four kids, including a person who went through special ed. Please, describe how your past personal and professional experience cause you to a quality applicant for the positioning for which you are applying. Teaching is a second career for me. I spent over twenty years in the Information Technology field.
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