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READY FOR AN INTERVIEW?

We know that interviews can be a stressful situation and sometimes let our nerves get the best of us but, at The Gramon Family of Schools, we want you to feel as comfortable as possible.  Fortunately, you get to learn a little about the people you may interview with and recognize a familiar face when you arrive!

 

JODIE CORFORTE

Supervisor of Special Education at The Gramon School/Glenview Academy

Educational Background: Undergraduate at Seton Hall University, Master Degree in Developmental Disabilities, Supervisor Cert & Teaching Cert at William Paterson University

Interests & Hobbies: Gardening, Reading, Hiking, Concerts, and Music


1. What do you look for when interviewing candidates:  Passion to work with Special Needs Kids, Responsible, Professionalism, and Career Oriented.

2. Favorite Interview Question: Why do you want to work with this population?

3. Describe Gramon Family of Schools in 3 words: Collaborative, Family Oriented, and Supportive

LISA MULHALL

Supervisor of Special Education at New Beginnings

Educational Background:  M.Ed. - Masters of Education

Interests & Hobbies: Beach, Reading, Music, Refurbishing Furniture


1. What do you look for when interviewing candidates:  Honesty, Willingness to learn, Sharing of background and experiences.

2. Favorite Interview Question: What do you feel you can bring to our program in a classroom/team setting?

3. Describe Gramon Family of Schools in 3 words: Team, Dedication, and Empowerment

WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!

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TIPS FOR INTERVIEWING

1. Be on time.

2. Be Prepared.

3. Be Honest & Thorough.

4. Call if you are going to be late, it's OK.

5. If you need to reschedule, it's OK.

 6. Remember, you're on an interview, dress appropriately.

7. When asking questions, choose meaningful and respectful questions.

QUESTIONS WE ARE ASKED