"Landing a College Job: A Practical Guide for English, ESL, and Foreign Language Job Seekers" is a self-help guide for anyone looking for a college teaching position in these fields. It describes the A-Z of the job search process beginning with finding job postings to landing a full-time position. It clearly and concisely presents job seekers with practical advice, suggestions, and useful tips on how to improve their chances of getting a teaching job in a community college. The book is written in a reader-friendly, accessible style as it is meant to address the nuts and bolts of the job search process. This book will motivate job seekers and increase their self-confidence because they will know exactly what to expect before, during, and after a college job interview. In a highly-competitive market where there might be over a hundred applicants for one position, this book is a must have for English, ESL, and Foreign Language job seekers. Get the scoop on interview questions also by following us on Facebook!
This book is written by an experienced administrator who provides the inside scoop on what search committees are looking for and how you can successfully prepare for landing that job you really want. Alberto Duncan
I very quickly learned how to prepare for a college teaching interview and came to understand exactly what interviewers look for in candidates. Two interviews and I landed a full-time, tenure-track position. Joana Silva
In addition to being filled with useful information, this book is written in a clear and concise manner, making it extremely reader-friendly. With its effective use of written samples and adapted materials from other sources, the book is a quick, insightful read which can be read in one sitting. Milton Chapman