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EPISODE SLICE #23: Get Started on Teaching English Abroad!

SPECIAL EPISODE ALERT! Since next Thursday is Thanksgiving, I won’t be posting an episode slice. So, I’m posting an extra one this week!

The lovely ladies Tami Bolk and Sarah Hanley from Abroad101 joined me on my third Google Hangout on Air. We discussed a number of different topics on teaching English abroad.

Here are a few highlights from the interview:

  • Advantages of getting TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) certified
  • Advice on finding the right TEFL program
  • Tips for revamping your ESL resume
  • Prepping for cultural differences abroad
  • Applying for your visa to work abroad
  • Biggest rewards of teaching in a foreign country
  • Abroad 101′s awesome scholarships opportunities (deadline: November 30th)

 Info and Sites Mentioned in the Interview:

  • Abroad 101 – A great review site for study abroad programs and soon-to-be teach abroad programs
  • Eat Your Kimchi – Good blog by expats who are teaching in Korea
  • That Backpacker – Good blog by another English teacher in Korea
  • TEFL Institute – Great organization that’s teaming up with Abroad 101 to offer TEFL scholarships

Connect with Abroad 101
Facebook: Abroad101
Twitter: @StudyAbroad101

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  • Ashley of Ashley Abroad

    Great interview! It was really helpful learning about TEFL certification… I have always been curious about that.

    • Alexa Hart

      Thanks! I’ll be doing a short video on Friday about the differences between TEFL and CELTA. Again, so sorry for responding late…

  • Julia Robert

    Thanks for sharing this nice post. If you are seeking a cool way to receive money and want to tour the world,than teach English in abroad.