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Take a Gap Semester Abroad in the Galapagos IslandsSee this project
- Fixed dates throughout the year
- Anyone aged 18 or over can join
- From 6 weeks
- From $6,999 USD
Volunteer Teaching in EcuadorSee this project
- Completely flexible dates
- Anyone aged 16 or over can join
- From 1 week
- From $2,270 USD
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What are the benefits of teaching abroad?
Teach around the world and expect to gain:
- Skills like teamwork, communication, leadership, resilience, organizing, planning, and time management
- Teaching experience in a real classroom environment
- A global mindset, from working and empathizing with people from different cultures and backgrounds
- Confidence from challenging yourself outside of your comfort zone
All of the above will improve your resume to give it the edge it needs for future applications. You'll experience personal development while teaching English overseas.
Although teaching proved to be more difficult than I anticipated, the children motivated me to try my best. Their diligence and sweet smiles were inspirational. I quickly learned lesson planning, the ins and outs of flashcards, games, and how to manage a classroom full of hyperactive children. - Ekaterina L, Teaching in Cambodia
Why does international teaching matter?
We believe that education is essential so that young people to move beyond the barriers of poverty and disadvantage. The schools we support are often stretched to the limit of their resources. On an international teaching opportunity with us, you’ll provide extra support and enthusiasm where it’s really needed.
My best memories of teaching were the days that we made huge breakthroughs. The children were so bright and picked up ideas quickly. I was only there for a short time, but I felt we made a lot of progress- the kids couldn't hold a pencil properly when I arrived and could write the alphabet when I left! - Ruth B, Teaching in Ghana
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