Candidate Stories, Page 3

Candidate Stories, Page 3


 

 
Spotlight on Candidate Johnny Wilson | January 18, 2016

Johnny Wilson liked working with kids, and early on, felt a strong responsibility to work for kids. He recounts, "I worked as a teaching...


 
Spotlight on International Educator Trixi Kuballa | January 13, 2016

German-born Trixi Kuballa credits her parents for the opportunity to travel the world and for inspiring her early to learn English. She developed...


 
Spotlight on Teaching Couple Lizzie and Marshall Hudson | January 4, 2016

The Hudsons say teaching is "definitely in the family." Marshall spent his college breaks working at the school his father helped to found in...


 
Meet the Careys: a Teaching Couple Who Share Insight on Life as International Educators | November 24, 2015

With over 19 years as an educator (eight years internationally and eleven domestically), Ryan Carey remembers he did not initially consider education...


 
Spotlight on Seasoned International Teacher Ami Wolsey | November 14, 2015

After 17 years of teaching—13 of them in overseas schools--Ami Wolsey still loves what she does. She'll also tell you she fell into teaching,...


 
New International Teacher Offers Advice to Jobseekers | September 8, 2015

Finding the perfect position is possible at all stages in the recruiting cycle, even the final few weeks. Candidates are encouraged to continue...


 
Search Associates Helps International Educator for a Second Time | June 11, 2015

For over 25 years, Search Associates has provided expert advice and support, to both candidates and recruiters alike. However, no one understands...


 
Ted O'Connell: Portrait of an International Educator | March 21, 2015

What continues to draw Ted and Michelle O'Connell back to the world of international education is a sense of intellectual freedom and exploration...

Did You Know…?

Senior Associate Julie Ryan was named a National Distinguished Principal by the U.S. State Department and the National Association of Elementary School Principals.