Hi everyone! I just recently joined up here so what's up? Anyways, ever since I got into the edcuation field I always really wanted to go into administration. I want to become an assistant principal, considering that I would be in an administrative position yet I would still be able to interact with and help students. So I would really like to go for the job but I am not sure if they would take me. The job I am looking at (Middle School Assistant Principal) requires: • 3-5 years teaching experience • Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership preferred • Experience managing, coaching, or developing other adults in a school environment • Demonstrated success in engaging and empowering parents and families, especially those of low-income students of color So here are my current credentials: *3 years experience as a middle school Biology teacher *4 years experience as a drill sergeant for the Army National Guard (2 of which was in a leadership position) *1 year of substitute teaching experience *Doctorate in education *2 years as a millitary police officer (if that is relevant) *Fluent in spanish So do you guys think I am qualified with a shot at this position or should I not even waste my time? Thanks guys!