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East Asia : English Teachers

Description

Teach English and be involved in the lives of students, young professionals, and beyond in East Asia. Meet an ongoing need for good English skills among the world’s largest population. Connect with a wide variety of people. Looking for long-term commitment of three years or more. ​

Requirements

Undergraduate degree required. ESL or EFL certification and ESL teaching experience required.

Quick Facts

Location: East Asia
Duration:9 months to 2 years
longer than 3 years
Ministry:
TagsUrban
Youth and Children
Professionals
University Students
Reference Number:4166

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