Vito Prosciutto: Teaching community college math on the road to a PhD.

Thursday, May 06, 2004

To do list 

Well, school is officially over for me. What's left:
  1. Get all of my stuff packed up for a cross-country move.
  2. Finish up wedding preparations.
  3. Find a job.
All in a one-month period (actually closer to three weeks).

The job search managed to launch into high gear just as school was wrapping up. I got a call yesterday from yet another school district (let's call it District H) interested in hiring me. I'm supposed to get an e-mail at any moment from them with more application information. The district looks good but is at the edge of my willingness to drive range.

Also in today's e-mail was a contact from district A who I had given an application to back in March. The assistant principal that I had spoken to at that time had asked me to send him an e-mail with my availability for interviews, which I did immediately, then I never heard another word. I figured perhaps that they had filled the position, but apparently not. So I will be making a trip out for an interview (or hopefully interviews) before the wedding.

I have two interviews scheduled with district L after the wedding and I'll try to get a third interview during my trip.

I started an application with district N as well, and need to get transcripts and recommendations to them.

I need to get my applications finished with districts W, G, O, B and R (I think that all they need is my letters of recommendation, but I need to double check against my checklists).

I don't think that I really want to expand my pool beyond this. In fact, I think that it may already be too much.

I think that my preference list right now would probably be G, A, N, O, W, H, R, L, B. Hmm, perhaps I'll pull my application to B.

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