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1 CAREER SERVICES OFFICE TIE ORIENTATION Presented by the Career Services Office

2 Ancillary Education Market Primary Education Market Higher Ed, K- 12, Early Childhood Non-Profit Social Research Support Foundations Non- Governmental Organizations INGO, BINGO RINGO, ENGO (Advocacy vs. Operational) Government International Federal State Local Consulting Strategy Implementation Niche Media Print News Electronic Computer Multimedia Technology Hardware Software Consulting Healthcare Hospitals Human Services Care Facilities Insurance Pharmaceutical

3 Typical Functions Learning Technologist/Instructional Designer IT Specialist Associate Producer/Production Assistant Teacher Entrepreneur

4 Salary Depends on: Industry Function Geographic area Your skills, knowledge & qualifications Your negotiation skills

5 TIE Alumni Educational Consultant at Teaching Matters Learning Designer at Teachscape Production Assistant at WGBH Fifth Grade Teacher, Mitchell Elementary School MFA Candidate, School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California Science Faculty Member, Avon Old Farms School Founder, Entrepreneurial Start-Up IT Specialist, Westwood High school IT Specialist, Center of Medical Simulation of Harvard Medical School IT Specialist, Boston Public Schools Educational Technologist, Harvard University

6 My personal impact statement Job functions where I think I can enact this impact Industries/Aspects of the Education Sector where I think this function lies Working Identity Mind Map Teacher w/5 years of experience Led many technology initiatives Likes working with adults and young adults min salary 65K Geo preference Boston Projects focused on using technology in the classroom Educational Technologist Administration/ Management Teacher Charter Public NPO Media organization District level School level A Career Builder Independent NPO University C

7 Just-in-Time Recruiting Timeline –Non profits generally have a 60-90 day time to hire –Media/Technology have a 30 – 60 day time to hire Finding openings: –Networking with targeted organizations –Organizations website –Career Days in March –Social Impact Expo in April –Hired –Other sites (i.e., Communications Initiative)

8 Standard Structured Recruiting (primary market) Timeline –Private/Independent Schools-earlier than public –Public Schools-early Spring –Charter Schools-early Spring –International Schools-early Spring Finding openings: –Pre-K 12 Expo in February –Hired –Networking with targeted organizations –Organizations website –Other sites (i.e., Florida Council of Independent Schools) Licensure

9 Sample Organizations To research more organizations, consult these resources: GuideStar T.H.E. Journal Hired School lists at CSO

10 Hired-Online Career Manager What is Hired? Job Postings Employer Profiles On Campus Recruiting- Info Session, Interviews Career Fairs Workshops How to search jobs? Industry Function

11 Ed.M. Online Resource Center Career Decision Making Resumes/Cover Letters Interviewing Negotiation Jobs/Networking/Finding Organizations

12 Entrepreneurial Resources Ed.M. Online Career Resource Center –Career Beam eLibrary –Guidestar –Small Business Administration  SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) –Social Enterprise Club at Harvard Business School –Bridge

13 Contact Information Career Services Office 025 Longfellow Hall 617-495-3427 TIE CSO Student Advisory Board Members

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