Is it time to update your resume? Looking for a new job? Or perhaps you are getting close to graduation and are wondering what to put on it?
I recently created these completely editable resume templates designed specifically for SLPs and teachers.
Now, don’t worry – I’m personally not looking for a new job, but I did want to update my professional portfolio that I created this year for the Danielson evaluation tool that my district uses. I decided it would be easiest to do some of this in a resume format – after all, I want to make sure my administration knows exactly what I do and what I am responsible for when it comes time for my evaluation next year. I tried looking around online, but couldn’t find anything that was attractive enough that also fit our profession well – so I ended up making my own, of course!
I didn't know you created the Quick Take Along Series! I LOOOOOVE them! Especially the articulation phrases and sentences one!
Natalie Snyders says
I'm glad to hear it! Yes, I came up with the idea over three years ago now and sold it to Super Duper, who have expanded my original idea greatly!
Andrea Manz says
Omg Natalie, I love the quick takealongs too! That is so cool that you created that 😀 Also, thanks for these tips. I don't graduate til December, but I know I need to start thinking about these things soon!
Gina Russel says
This is great information and it is very well done. I have been an SLP for almost 40 years. Especially appropriate for new SLPs!