Tom Rosenberg, Founder
Since 2005, Tom has worked as an AP certified Social Studies teacher in southern New Jersey, teaching 9th, 11th and 12th grade students. Tom has a Bachelors degree in History from Drexel University in Philadelphia and a Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Saint Xavier University in Chicago.
Jesse Lyman, Founder
Jesse graduated from Louisiana State University (LSU) with a Bachelor of Arts in History with a concentration in Secondary Education. Following graduation, Jesse worked as a Social Studies teacher at the Christa McAuliffe Superintendent’s Academy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and currently works in the field of Educational Technology.
As teachers, we’ve both been “through the ringer” before we found that elusive job in the classroom. One weekend, we came up with a better way for teachers to find jobs.
And not only that, a better way for districts to hire teachers, too.
We created Finders-Teachers to expedite the hiring process and help school districts find the perfect fit for that open teaching position with only a few clicks.
Through Finders-Teachers, educators in search of a job can create individual profiles that list all their bonafides. Teachers can create a profile that contains all the information a district could possibly need to make the perfect hire – everything from that teacher’s education, work history, certifications, awards – even coaching experience – all in one place.
Heck, teachers can even post videos of a mock lesson or personal statement.
And it’s easy for administrators, too. No longer will principals have to sift through hundreds of potential candidates. Now, all they have to do is use our custom-made search system to find the perfect candidate. Just enter the information into our search engine and – voila! – matches appear. After all, reviewing 10 resumes beats reviewing 1,000, right?
And once a district finds that perfect match, they can contact the applicant right away – by phone or e-mail. Instant interview! How about that?
In short, just like everyone else teachers have worked hard to be the best. School districts, too, want to hire the best person for the job.
After all, since education is the seed from which all professions grow, doesn’t it make sense to get the best person for the job as quickly – and conveniently – as possible?
We sure think so. And hope you do, too!