Your resume is your #1 tool for getting the interview and getting the job.
It’s what hiring managers will use to decide if you can do the job, and it’s what they’ll look at before they read your cover letter, call you for an interview, or tell their CEO about you.
It’s got to be good.
As a special thank-you for being a member of the Life After Teaching community, I want to give you my best research about how to write a resume that will make your classroom experience leap off the page and WOW whoever you talk to.
Here you go: