1st (teaching) job interview in 10yrs (and I'm scared to death!)
Since my 8yr old dd was born I have been lliving my dream and being a stay at home mom. I help to make ends meet by tutoring, babysitting for friends and substitute teaching. But DH and pretty much everyone else have been lobbying me to go back to work (my youngest is now 3).
A part time job was advertised at my daughter's school and even though I am not remotely qualified (teacher librarian media specialist) I have somehow wrangled an interview.
I feel so out of the loop and just plain underconfident, I'm quaking. I can't verbalize these fears to dh 'cause, sweety that he is, he thinks I'm able to do anything.
I only had one real teaching job (2yrs in adult education) and while I can usually figure out what I need to on the computer, I am by no means proficient.
My in laws are taking the kids for a couple of hours tomorrow so that I can study up.
I'm going to be confident going in and give it my all, but I just needed to verbalize how scared I am - not just of the interview, but of losing face (and confidence) if I don't get it.