Your first recruiting fair doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Fortified with up-to-date information, you can approach the recruiting experience with the confidence you need to go-after & successfully land the overseas position you’ve had your eye on.
Recruiting 101 for Newbies is devoted to helping YOU get the job you want. ISR receives frequent requests from teachers searching for information on recruiting fair protocol & procedures. If you have questions similar to the following, Recruiting 101 for Newbies may hold the key to your recruiting success.
Recruiting Questions Recently Sent to ISR
“When I finally get to the front of the line to sign up for an interview, how does that work? How much time do I have to “sell” myself – 15 seconds – 30 seconds – more?”
“After introductions, does the recruiter start the session with a basic question? Or do I launch into a short persuasive speech about why I’m the best person for the position?”
“If a school has already told me they want to interview me at the fair, do I stand in line to sign up for an interview, or is there some nifty ‘pass to the front of the line’ procedure?”
“If a school is interested in hiring me, when will they offer the contract? At the end of the interview? Will they call the number I provided? Will they email me during the fair?”
“The hotel where the fair takes place is super EXPENSIVE!! I’m thinking about a much cheaper place across town. Is there any advantage to staying in the venue hotel that makes it worth the cost?”
Recruiting 101 for Newbies is the place to get answers to these questions & more. We invite you to post a question &/or supply an answer to the inquiry left by another fair-goer. International Educators Keeping Keeping Each Other Informed is what ISR is ALL about! Scroll down to post/answer questions.