|The International Educator (TIE)
International Career Opportunities
The International Educator (TIE) is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to serving International Schools all over the world by helping them find qualified teachers. TIE links thousands of English-speaking teachers to worldwide opportunities in over 400 American Overseas and International Schools around the world. TIE does this through a comprehensive online service and a newspaper issued 5 times throughout the year.
Salaries and savings opportunities vary, but most schools provide travel, rental and health care benefits. Please visit our website to explore these opportunities.
||Contact: The International Educator (TIE), PO Box 513, Cummaquid, MA 02637 USA.
Tel.: 508-790-1990; Toll Free (USA): 1- 877-375-6668. Fax: 508-790-1922.
Cost: Annual Website subscription Cost: $39/year. Annual Website PLUS Newspaper Cost: $49/year
|Teach K12 anywhere in China—Free flights—Full salary package—Bonus Programs
Join our community of over 2,000 diverse, inspiring teachers all across China. Your skills are needed to help grow and shape EF English First for current / future generations of kids and teens to learn, grow, and enjoy. You choose the location; we provide the small class sizes, state-of-the-art technology, and award-winning courseware.
Program highlights: Upfront paid flights available; full benefit package (including health insurance); full support from application to arrival; sponsored accreditations; multiple career tracks (in education and beyond); job-rotation program; weekly sponsored social events; free Chinese lessons.
Apply and speak with one of our recruiters today.
||Dates: Now Interviewing
Cost: We pay you. Full salary package included.
Contact: EF English First, China, 1F Jiu An Plaza, 258 Tongren Road, Shanghai, 200040.
Tel.: +86 (21) 6039 5868.
Department of Defense Schools
Located at military bases in countries around the world, DOD schools employ around many U.S. citizens. The teaching environment is roughly similar to that of U.S. public schools. Contact with host-country nationals is relatively limited.
Private International Schools
The U.S. Dept. of State: Teaching Overseas offers a list of websites offering teaching jobs overseas.
Despite the name, most volunteer placements, if long-term
(two years), usually cover expenses and provide a stipend. Options range from
the government-sponsored Peace Corps to religious organizations
(from non-proselytizing to traditional missionaries).
Unlike private schools, pupils in these schools will be the children of ordinary people from the host country. Visit the Peace Corps website. Contact religious organizations directly; some recruit at the teaching abroad fairs already mentioned.
Fulbright Teacher Exchange (K-12 and Community Colleges)
This program is unique in two respects:
it is a one-for-one exchange of teachers between schools, and
teachers are fully integrated into regular host-country schools.
Applicants must currently have a full-time teaching or administrative
position. Application deadline is in October for the following
academic year. Contact the Fulbright
Teacher Exchange Program.
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Nearly all university positions require a Ph.D. (or at least “ABD”) or other terminal professional degree.
Teaching for Study Abroad Programs
This is generally a tough market since U.S.-sponsored
programs tend to use home-campus faculty or hire local professors.
One organization sometimes hires resident directors and also
publishes resource lists on teaching and internship opportunities
abroad: School for International Training..
Information on Fulbright grants to support an academic year of teaching in an overseas university is available from the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES). Grants also available for international education administrators.
Special Placement Programs
Colorado China Council. Graduates and others from the U.S. are placed as teachers at institutes throughout China, including Mongolia, for six or 11 months. Administrative fee for recent graduates. CCC offers placements in universities in the People’s Republic of China, especially in English, TESL, journalism, business, sciences, and engineering.
Regular Faculty Positions
See such standard academic job listings as those in the Chronicle of Higher Education or the Guardian