Thursday, May 31, 2012

Window Of Opportunity








"I was told that the University is in need of instructors when I was introduced to the dean of the Mass Communications Department during the PUP College Entrance Test sometime last year. I accompanied my mother, 'Dear Matriarch' when she became a proctor. It was there where I expressed my desire to apply for a part-time teaching job. It took me a year of reflection to make good of this promise."

"My mentors then were Dr. Rosemaribeth Dizon of the PUP Open University and Mrs Corazon Tahil, who is now the principal of the laboratory high school. Under Dr. Dizon, I’ve learned that inspiring students to express their creativity pays off in the long run. Mrs Tahil meanwhile showed me the value of History and the beauty of writing. It is for this reason I took up Journalism at the University of Santo Tomas"

"At present, I have a full-time job at a call center. I maybe a supervisor and trainer, but my heart - as I am beginning to realize is into nurturing young men and women to become valuable and productive members of the society. Something within me tells that I should impart whatever knowledge I gained as a student of life."

"Enclosed is my resume detailing my education and work experience. I also included my other areas of expertise such as Social Media Management, SEO Writing and Blogging. I hope my other credentials on top of my newspaper experience qualify me for the position.

I look forward to a fruitful partnership with the University. Coming from a family of teachers, I will put my heart and soul into my craft.

Thank you very much."


The plan was to head straight to the gym, to lift weights and burn off some calories before going to the office to continue the project. But when my mother called, the itinerary took a drastic turn. She told me to go to the University instead. She was able to speak to the president, who was once her student. The university head told us to get my application from the Dean of the Mass Communications Department. 

He will review my credentials himself.

The president has already left when we returned. But the cover letter, and the resume - which were left under stacks of voluminous documents the whole summer is now at the desk of the big boss. I don't know where this path would lead to, but I have to say, this is the closest I've ever been to the doors of the academe.


15 comments:

Ronnie said...

Wish you luck. :D

Nate said...

good luck, sir!

Brian said...

Wow! I have always fancied with the idea of being a professor ☺ Best of luck!

Justin said...

godspeed :D

Mr. Chan said...

Goodluck! :) this is more than a job.

bien said...

Good luck Mugen

shenanigans said...

when I was a kid I wanted to be a teacher kaya ang saya ko nung nakita ko to. parang ang saya lang na someone I know (virtually) ay magiging prof na.

good luck!

Lone wolf Milch said...

good luck!

john stan said...

Just like the priesthood, I believe teaching is a calling. Listen to your heart very well.

Désolé Boy said...

Good luck! Ma'am Angie Borican was the head panelist when I did my undergrad thesis defense.
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Hottie professor ka na kuya!

Eternal Wanderer... said...

ikaw na ang magiging full-pledged ma'am!

MEcoy said...

thats superb good luck to you wish you the best of luck

Yas Jayson said...

For the love of knowledge, pass it on.

Good luck, professor.

ZaiZai said...

good luck prof! any updates?! :)

jasetiojanco said...

Best of luck, Professor Mugen! I dream to teach in the university some day, though I doubt that my dream would come into fruition any time soon. I envy my brother who is now teaching law in UP. :/