ESL Teacher

North Africa

Purpose

Having English language skills provides economic and social uplift to individuals and communities where English is not commonly spoken, by increasing employment and education opportunities. Education visas provide a legitimate identity and ability to live in country. Serve for 1 week up to 2 years.

Skills

A degree in any subject and a TESOL certificate are required for formal, salaried teaching positions.  Informal volunteer teaching opportunities available for those with experience in TESOL and an ability to build friendship relationships.  Language acquisition may be required. Cultural adaptation expected. All applicants would need to be willing to build relationships with nationals – pursue a hospitality lifestyle - as their primary focus.

Support

International team will support you closely in day to day activities if serving short-term. If serving long-term, leadership will assist with cultural adaptation, setting up life in country and building relationships with local community members. 

Our International Missions team will walk with you along the way – from application to deployment. Training, administrative support and mission coaching will be provided, along with assistance for promotional and fundraising efforts.

Photo of students by Camille on Unsplash
Photo of a city in North Africa by Paul Macallan on Unsplash
Photo of a school boy by Ben White on Unsplash