LanguageCorps is an El Paso (Texas, USA) based organization that helps talented people to Teach English Abroad. We are part of the LanguagePlus.EDU organization.
LanguageCorps was formed as a family-run educational organization in Massachusetts in 2003. We set out to increase global awareness and internationalism by training talented people to teach English abroad. In 2017, we joined forces with LanguagePlus.EDU— an accredited, professional language training institute founded in 1983.
LanguageCorps currentlly offers TEFL Certification and job-finding assistance in 22 different countries throughout Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness — all foes to real understanding. Likewise, tolerance or broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in our little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.”
We take great pride in providing an exceptionally high level of client service and support that is unmatched by in the field of study abroad— we work hard to bring you the resources and attention to detail of a global leader in TEFL certification.
Our MISSION is to train, inspire, and empower you as an internationally-certified teacher of English as a second language and to provide you with a unique opportunity to learn new skills and gain a first-person perspective about the diversity of peoples and cultures around the world.
With the goal of empowering our teachers to thrive as professionals abroad, all LanguageCorps programs include an intensive, four- week TEFL training and certification program, pre-departure support, and job placement assistance. Some programs include local language and cultural training, guaranteed job placement, accommodations, excursions, and other support services, varying by country and location.
Our GOALS are to:
- Empower our teachers with great training and support.
- Make the process easy, so our teachers can focus on the experience of living and working abroad.
- Challenge our teachers to learn and apply new skills, while making real contributions to the success and well-being of others in the world.
- Facilitate the development of “teacher diplomats” who appreciate different cultures, foster mutual respect, and encourage understanding among culturally diverse people.