Yes. A guy I know is teaching at Humber and he gets paids $100/hr. I am actually qualified to teach college. Im just unsure as to how you go about submitting your resumes and qualifications to them. I suppose that is one bad thing about doing post grad overseas is I am so out of touch with...
Thats actually not true. I went to a meeting with the Superindendant of the TDSB and he said if they have 2 resumes from two applicants with all the same qualifications they will hire the one who did their schooling overseas. They said it makes you look better because you are allegedly well...
I am more than well aware of the situation. But I was not about to derail 6 years of education and avoid a career I have wanted for years because the teaching situation is rough. If I have to relocate I will, but obviously if I can get a job in the province where all my friends and family are...
So after many years in university I am finally all adult like and graduated and qualified to teach Grades 7-12 English, History and Society and Culture. While all my friends from school Down Under all have full time jobs already, I am struggling here with even getting an interview.
last week here! How happy are you guys you wont have to deal with my aussie ramblings anymore (soon you get to hear them in person :p)
friend's bday party in Victoria
my grad ball (whoo! Im a teacher now!) was masquerade themed
see y'all in a week!
southern cross tattoo? check.
driving a ute? check.
rat's tail/some terrible design shaved into your head? check.
wearing board shorts with the australian flag on it? check.
bare feet? check.
drunk as a skunk and getting into a punch up with your gf/some other drunk bogan? check.