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It’s a lot of steps to get a substitute teacher permit. You must pass the CBEST, which is a 4 hour long exam. You have to get your finger prints scanned and take a TB test.

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I feel very goodwin working avery day.

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Lengthy and Long alot of running around

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Texts daily

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The conference call was great. I had a conversation with Andy from Swing and 2-3 other young women who were also grad students. We all shared s but about ourselves, why we we’re interested in being a substitute teacher and we were able to ask any questions about the position. The TB test and background check were covered by Swing when I went to the clinic suggested in Fresno so it all went very smoothly! I stated working just a couple weeks later.

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Swing is in multiple regions and can span multiple counties in a region. If you take the next step and fill out the short form, you can sign up for a call to hear specific information on how subbing works in your specific region.

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Passing the CBEST, fingerprinting, approval of 30 day permit through the state, TB clearance

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Positive job growth

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Personal questions, level of experience in related field.

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