Teaching English Internships Abroad

Looking for an International Experience? Travel and Teach English Abroad!

Teaching English international internships is one of our most requested intern programs. The best part is that no teaching credentials are required (appreciated, but not required), due to our longstanding relationships with the participating academies and language institutes abroad. An excellent placement for both aspiring teachers / professors and business owners-to-be. It is also our only work assignment where we can accept beginner level Spanish speakers.  Work assignments include teaching at private language institutes, teaching at non-profits that cater to families or children, teaching at private K-12 campuses and during the summer, working at camps with children or university students. Beginner Spanish speakers welcome!

Teaching English - Intern in Ecuador - Adelante Abroad

Teaching English International Internships

Testimonials

I was an English-teaching intern in Viña Del Mar, Chile for a month. The city was an amazing and beautiful place to be and I felt quite safe. It was relatively expensive to live during the month I was there as my roommate and I had to provide our own food and transportation.

However, the work that we were during was great. I had never taught English before until this internship, and I learned a lot about myself; how well I work in a position of authority, and my planning skills. The program had a lack of guidelines on what we were supposed to be teaching, and although that was a challenge, it provided us with the opportunity to create an entirely new lesson plan that catered to the needs of the students. We taught four amazing adults who were eager to learn from us and it felt great!

I’d encourage future interns to take as many weekend outings as they can in Chile. The city has so many amazing activities and sights that will keep you busy in between your working hours. The only downside of the program was that I had to find my own transportation back to the airport at the end of the program which was expensive and difficult to navigate. But my experience in teaching in Chile outweighed any cons that arose!

Kelsey W., Spelman College, GA, USAChile