Teaching English in Ecuador
"The market for English, particularly American English, continues to thrive despite grave economic difficulties in the country. Dozens of language academies and institutes can be found in Quito, the second city Guayaquil, and in the picturesque city and cultural center of Cuenca in the southern Sierra." — Susan Griffith in Work in Latin America.
|CEDEIóCentro de Estudios Interamericanos
Needs university-educated native speakers to teach for at least 9 months. Recruitment information available online. CEDEI offers 10-week TEFL training course.
Contact:†Gran Colombia 11-02 y General Torres, Casilla 597, Cuenca, Ecuador.
Caledonia Languages Abroad
Spanish and voluntary work programs organized in Peru, Costa Rica, Brazil, Cuba, Argentina, Bolivia and Ecuador, year round. Community and environmental projects and teaching English, depending on skills and level of language ability.
Contact: The Clock-house, Bonnington Mill, 72 Newhaven Rd., Edinburgh EH6 5QG, Scotland; 011-44-131-621-7721; www.caledonialanguages.co.uk.
EF English School Quito (English First)
15 CELTA-qualified teachers for at least 6 months. Accommodation arranged.
The reputable Fulbright exchange program version in Ecuador.
Seeks native English speakers. Preference given to those with inlingua experience.
Volunteer Teaching in Ecuador
WorldTeach is a non-profit organization that has sent thousands of volunteers to teach in countries all around the world. WorldTeach currently places volunteer teachers of EFL or ESL in various locations throughout Ecuador for a year or a summer. Most volunteer teachers live with host families.
One Brattle Square, Suite 550, Cambridge, MA 02138,
USA; tel.: 857-259-6646; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; website: worldteach.org/programs/ecuador/