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Start walking down a new path

If you need to leave teaching for your emotional, physical and mental wellbeing but aren’t sure how to find a new career, welcome. Get help deciding on a career path, resources for creating a resume and applying to jobs, and finding your joy outside of the classroom.

Choosing a new career

If you need a change but you don’t know where to begin, let me tell you: begin here.

Get a list of amazing second careers for educators, start polishing your resume, and dive in today.

Applying and Interviewing

If you have no idea how to “deteacherize” your resume and show companies your worth when applying and interviewing, this is for you.

A compilation of resources to create a new resume, apply with the best chance of getting a call, and interview with confidence and authority.

Working on mindset

Leaving a career you knew you’d have since you were six years old is devastating. It’s also scary, heartbreaking and complicated.

Start reframing your mind when it comes to teacher guilt, boundaries on your time, and how to ask for what you deserve after years of not being able to.

A side hustle might be right for you if:

  • you aren’t sure you want to leave teaching yet. You want to dip your toes into something else and see how it goes.
  • you want a small business that just brings in a few extra dollars to help out.
  • you want to try a few different things until you find the one that’s right for you.
  • you aren’t ready to leave the safety of a salary (no matter how small that salary is).

You might want to start a business if:

  • your side hustle is making you enough money to leave the classroom. You’re ready but don’t know where to start.
  • your family can live on the income coming in while you build your business, so your teaching salary isn’t critical.
  • you need to get out of the classroom right now for your mental, physical and emotional health.
  • you have partners diving in or a strong support system ready to help you figure things out as you go.

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