A Reader Writes… Resume Basics – Part 1

In response to the 6/5/14 post, “Resume Basics,” a LYS Principal writes:

LYS Nation, 
One way to stand out is an online résumé! Check out re.vu Here is what mine currently looks like, http://re.vu/jessicahanson  

SC Response I like it. Click on the link because it is worth checking out. Here’s the website, http://re.vu if you want to create your own. 

I would definitely suggest that teachers and assistant principals do this or have something like it along with a more traditional resume.  The reason for this is that the experience set for teachers and AP’s is more similar than dissimilar.  Any positive thing that separates you from the pack is an asset.  Once you become a principal, experiences, results and connections are what will separate you from the pack. The quality of those and the interview are what will get you the next job. 

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