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CHiP Code:  CH2007

Partner Event: Transitioning Teacher Career Workshop (virtual event)

  • 07/14/2022
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Virtual - link will be provided after registration

According to the US Bureau of Labor over half a million educators quit their positions in March 2022. Thousands more are considering this summer or fall to transition from K-12 classrooms into a role such as Learning and Development in a non-instructional educational institution.

This workshop addresses the unique needs of these educators as they consider a career shift. Participants will review their resume to reflect on their transferable skills, and what key adaptations are needed to successfully position their resume to align with the key components of the job description as they job search for their new role.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Create an action-plan to write a winning resume that is fitted for a non-instructional educational role:
  • Conduct an analysis of the job description: position requirements and qualifications to determine if a close match for response.
  • Identify job-specific skills that are transferable to increase competitiveness in the job application process.
  • Look for words, terms and concepts that are important to the hiring manager.
  • Translate education-related terms to terms used in a non-instructional educational institution.

ATD Capabilities that are aligned to this event:

  • Future Readiness
  • Lifelong Learning
Presenter: Carrie Hawes, M.Ed.

Carrie Hawes, M.Ed., has spent her career at the intersection of career management and learning development through her various roles in public and private institutions in Virginia and North Carolina. A self-proclaimed “nerd” about hiring trends and developing employees to make an impact, she considers herself a connector of talent and resources. She recently joined the “Great Reshuffle” and left higher education for corporate learning and development. She holds a B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from James Madison University, and a M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration from North Carolina State University. You can connect with her on LinkedIn.

To Register:

To register, click here to visit the ATD Metro DC chapter website, select Central PA from the list, and check your email for the promo code! If you didn't receive an email about this event, email us at admin@centralpaatd.org and we'll pass it along!

For more details, visit the ATD Metro DC chapter website! 

Thank You to Our Advocate Sponsors!

ATD Central Pennsylvania

PO Box 23

Hummelstown, PA  17036

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