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Teaching Abroad - Tips/Suggestions

 

  • Usually requires a college degree and U.S. certification
  • Start applying in November for the following year
  • Major job fairs are in February at various locations around the country
  • Positions can be found through the U.S Government, private international schools or volunteer organizations

Teaching Abroad - Agencies/Organizations

 

 

International Non-Profit and Service Organizations

  • Amigos De Las Americas
    Work with communities in Latin America to improve health conditions and the environment. Length of service time depends on site.
  • Cross-Cultural Solutions
    Provide humanitarian assistance in Ghana, Peru and India. Three-week terms of service - can be extended.
  • Global Volunteer Network
    Volunteer placement organization with international opportunities.
  • Global Volunteers Service Program
    A variety of service opportunities to choose from in the country of your choice.
  • i - to - i
    A non-profit organization committed to providing reliable volunteer opportunities around the world in 19 countries. They are also one of the world's largest teacher training companies, enabling over 3,000 people to teach abroad each year.
  • ICADS
    The Institute for Central American Development Studies (ICADS) is a center for study, research, and analysis of Central American social and environmental issues. Provides a variety of programs including language immersion and summer internship research opportunities.
  • Peace Corps
    Two year international service projects.
  • Volunteer in Asia
  • VolunteerAbroad
  • World Teach
    Six months to two year international education service projects

 

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