not asking; yes, asking!


Today is another interview, and this is a job I would really love to get as it is working with at risk students:

  • Students diagnosed with disabilities
  • Students experiencing learning differences related to language, literacy and numeracy
  • Students with social emotional disorders and behavioural difficulties
  • Students with chronic health challenges
  • Students who have experiences circumstances of disadvantage related to social or cultural background
  • Students from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds for whom English is a second language (ESL)
  • Students from International destinations
  • Students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds (ATSI)
  • Students with atypical gifts and talents who require enriched and extended learning tasks

“If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes.”

Andrew Carnegie

9 thoughts on “not asking; yes, asking!

  1. Hate to rain on your parade but it pleas, “please” and prayers returned jobs, millions would be employed. Trust me, I’ve done it all and the only things that I’ve found work are persistent efforts at securing work and alcohol in abundance.

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