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Profile: cbkearney
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User Name: cbkearney
Forum Rank: Newbie
Real Name: Chris Kearney
Location Monroe, CT
Occupation: Woodshop teacher and cabinet and furniture maker
Interests: Woodworking, old cars of the English variety, the outdoors
Gender: Male
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Joined: Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Last Visit: Thursday, November 4, 2021 2:08:57 PM
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Topic: Introductions
Posted: Monday, October 18, 2021 10:58:26 AM
Hello Everyone,

I'm glad this resource still exists, even if it is not too active.

My name is Chris Kearney, and I am a Tech Ed (woodshop) teacher in Fairfield, CT.

I have taught off and on for the last 23 years, several of which have been as a metal, wood, drafting teacher, as well as, an English, math and history teacher. Duiring that time I have also owned and run my own cabinet and furniture making business, while raising 3 kids. While they have not flown the nest yet, my youngest is in middle school, I have moved back in to the teaching profession.

I look forward to scouring the site again for ideas and hooking up with the wayward woodshop teacher that might wander into the group.

Do you all have any other resources that you would suggest for project ideas, lessons, and all manners of assistance for a fellow woodshop teacher?

Hope to hear from some of you soon.

Sincerely,
Chris Kearney
Topic: Looking For Woodworking Teacher Position
Posted: Tuesday, December 22, 2009 10:00:24 AM
Hello All,
I am new to the forum, but I have been a teacher for eight years, one of which was as a wood/metal/drafting teacher in Marshfield, MA, and I have my MA certification in Technology Education. I loved it at Marshfield, but the commute wore me out.

I have been running my own business for the past year and a half, and I am looking to get back into teaching wood. Any leads on possible positions would be helpful. Ideally they would be on the North Shore of MA or southern NH, but I would be willing to travel, albeit not to as far as Marshfield.

Thanks in advance.

Sincerely,
Chris Kearney

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