Category Archives: Teaching English Abroad
Exotic Vietnam has much more to offer besides its endless beaches. The unearthly sunset over the Truong Son mountains is just one example of the country’s beauty. anhgemus / Flickr / CC BY-SA Back in 2011, the Vietnamese government set … Continue reading
With each passing year, we recognize the value and need for cultural and social exchange. The more we travel and meet other people, the more we understand how connected and related we all are. We are enriched by our experiences … Continue reading
We were doing a routine followup with a LanguageCorps teacher in Vietnam the other day, and were shocked and disappointed to hear about her terrible living conditions!
We’ve all been there before. Up at 5 AM, exhausted. You stand in line at security for what seems like hours. Listening to that annoying pre-recorded message looping over and over again on the loudspeaker. “Don’t leave your bags unattended. … Continue reading
Whether you’re teaching English abroad, a frequent traveler, or even if you just get on a plane once a year to visit Grandma at Thanksgiving, I think everyone can get behind shorter lines at the airport!
We are very pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 LanguageCorps Media Contest! Our sincere thanks goes out to everyone that sent in their photo and video submissions. We were truly amazed at the quality of the work we … Continue reading
Having the time of your life teaching English abroad? Love documenting the experience? Well, here is your chance to share your work with the world and earn some extra money! All you need to do is create a video or … Continue reading
The most common question we hear from people who are interested in teaching English abroad is simple. How much money will I ACTUALLY make? It’s not that everyone is looking to get rich, but we all have bills to pay … Continue reading
LanguageCorps is thrilled to announce our new partnership with American University’s School of International Service (SIS)!
We’ve posted a lot of anecdotes from our teachers over the past couple months, but I thought our readers might be interested in this email that we received from the parent of a LanguageCorps participant. Her daughter is currently teaching … Continue reading