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Teaching English in Latin America

Our programs in Central and South America are popular options for people who have varied levels of fluency in Spanish and want to improve, or who are interested in immersing themselves in a Latin culture. A mix of old world elegance, indigenous cultures, and breath-taking scenery make our Latin American locations very attractive. While the cost of living is more than you'll find in Asia, it is possible to live well by local standards - dining out, traveling, and enjoying all that the region has to offer.

Are you ready to teach English in Latin America?

Check out our innovative programs for adventurous people interested in living and working in Latin America below.

ArgentinaBrazil
ChileCosta Rica
EcuadorMexico
Peru

Whether you choose Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico or Peru, teaching in Latin America is guaranteed to be one of the most interesting and rewarding experiences of your life. While all of our programs in Central and South America differ, all Latin America TESOL Certification Programs include:

  • Four-week TESOL Certification course which includes 140 hours of classroom time, and a minimum of 6 hours of observed Teaching Practice with local EFL students
  • Job placement assistance finding teaching jobs in Latin America
  • Optional two weeks of complimentary Spanish lessons (or Portuguese lessons for our Brazil program) before or after the TESOL course

In spite of current economic difficulties, there has never been a better time to teach English in Latin America. The availability of paid teaching positions remains high in all of our international locations. Find out more about the incredible opportunity to teach English in Latin America by clicking on one of the countries above, or feel free to email, call, or write us for more information.

For an experience in learning and an adventure in teaching apply to teach in Latin America today!

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