Posts tagged ‘Teaching English’

How to Brave the Bureaucracy And Land a Teaching Job in Spain

Cobblestone streets imbued with centuries of history. Quiet afternoons where the streets are empty as everyone returns home for siesta. Enticing aromas beckoning from corner cafés.…

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Starting a Career in Education with Teach For America

The early morning sunlight floods the field outside of Simone’s small house. She looks across the hushed green grass of the countryside to the school on…

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Getting a Job Abroad After College: Cody Meuser Shows Us the Ropes

Cody Meuser graduated from the University of Redlands in 2012 with a B.S. in Environmental Business. While in school, Cody spent a semester in Salzburg, Austria…

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Think Outside the Cubicle: Your Guide to Post-Graduation Travel and Teaching Gigs

Got the globe-trotting gene? Explore some of the teaching and travel opportunities for recent grads and post-grad life can be a big adventure!

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How to Win Fame And (A Modest) Fortune Teaching English in Japan

Standing noodle bars in train stations. Crowded urban centers with flashing neon lights and nightlife that lasts well until the next morning. High-tech vending machines that…

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This Is Not a Normal Job: My Two Years with Teach For America

What are you dreading the most about joining the workforce? If it’s the idea of having someone constantly watch over you or the threat of not…

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Just a Small-Town Boy: Life in Rural Japan as a JET Teacher

If you’ve never been to Japan, it’s easy to cobble together an image based on what you’ve seen in movies—skyscrapers, multi-colored neon lights, scramble crossings where…

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The Future’s Bright with a Fulbright: Chat with Ramsay Leimenstoll

If you’ve had the chance to study or live overseas, you’ve already discovered some of the incredible benefits—increased self-reliance, open-mindedness, amazing friendships, and maybe even a…

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