A teacher passed along this opportunity to us... Chinese parents are looking for a replacement tutor for their 7 year old son. Their ad as follows:
Looking to teach online, but English is not your native language? There are still opportunities out there for you.
A graduate has let us know about another good option for teaching online. More details below.
A school in Mandalay, Myanmar has contacted us looking to recruit teachers.
A past CIE graduate has contacted us a recruiter now with several opportunities to work as a teacher in China.
Recommended by one of our graduates, see this link for more information.
This online school has been recommended to us by a graduate. See the details below...
We've heard that LanguageLine Solutions is seeking Spanish Interpreters in the United States. This is an interpreting service over the phone. If you are interested in more details, please text 818-405-3332. If you know of any other job opportunites for those who are fluent in Spanish, teaching or interpreting, please let us know... firstname.lastname@example.org
A student just recommended to us a good deal on Pimsleur lessons they found on Ebay. They are only 10.99, buy one get one free, and there are four ESL courses left. Here is the link...
We received this request from someone requesting personal Skype lessons in order to take an English competency test (IELTS)...
The Heart Corporation in Japan are constantly seeking promising native English speakers to teach in public schools in Japan.
Ramiro Ruiz from Canada Frontier International Language School in Hengyang, Hunan, China, is presently recruiting two English teachers for young learners. To find out more please refer to this document.
A past CIE graduate who has been teaching in China has recently been asked by his school to recruit more teachers. Six positions have been filled so far and there are still more openings available. If you are interested, please contact Carl at email@example.com
Parade Frontier International Language School is interested in hiring more CIE-trained teachers. To learn more please look at their job posting here.
After hiring a CIE-trained teacher, the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) contacted us asking for more similarly trained teachers. They also mentioned that they hire each year so it wouldn't hurt to reach out to them at anytime if this is an area you are interested in living. To learn more, please look at their full job posting here.
So, you’ve freshly graduated, you’re full of youthful enthusiasm and you’ve got your teaching destination planned. Then someone drops the question, “Do you have your Apostille sorted out?” and your balloon is burst! Take heart though... although it may seem daunting you can quickly learn what an apostille is, why you might need one, and how you can go about getting one...
We love hearing back from past students! We recently received a nice email from one of our friends to let us know the interesting ways he’s putting the methods he's learned into practice.