5 Top Organizations for Teaching English Abroad

The other day my assistant started telling me all about her experience teaching English in Peru. She got to stay with a loving family and created lasting friendships with the girls she was teaching at an orphanage. This started to get me thinking about all the other organizations that might offer this same unique experience.

These 5 organizations for teaching English abroad are looking for teachers to teach in Korea, Spain, South America, and more. There is even a program called Disney English that sets you up in a classroom in China. For some of these programs you can choose how long you want to be there to teach, and others offer contracted positions for longer stays. This is a wonderful way that you can be fully immersed into the culture of a country, while also giving back.

Check out these 5 Top Organizations for Teaching English Abroad

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  • A Broader View 2 of 6

    A Broader View has a wide range of volunteer programs to choose from. My assistant had a great time teaching English in Peru, but you can also explore ways to teach in Africa, Central and South America, as well as Vietnam.
    Find out more at A Broader View.

  • Disney English 3 of 6

    Travel to China to teach English with the award-winning curriculum from Disney English. This unique experience will have you working with children, while also experiencing the new culture around you.
    Find out more at Disney English.
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  • YBM ECC 4 of 6

    Explore the many opportunities available for teaching English in Korea. Through this organization, you can also get paid and have your housing taking care of.
    Find out more at YBM ECC.
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  • CIEE 5 of 6

    Get paid to teach all over the world, from the Dominican Republic to China, and many other countries in between. These programs are great for university graduates that want to travel and gain a fulfilling experience before establishing themselves in one place.
    Find out more atCIEE.
    Photo via Wikimedia.

  • The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme 6 of 6

    Travel to beautiful Japan, while teaching English in the classroom. This well-established program has been around for 27 years now and focuses on bringing in assistants to help Japanese English teachers. They also have programs focused on sports training and international relations.
    Find out more at JET Programme.
    Photo via Wikimedia.

Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman), follow up fill-in journal My Prudent Advice, and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

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