How to Write a TEFL Resume – The Right Way
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NEWS FLASH: In case you didn’t know, in order to teach English abroad, you need the right resume. English teaching resumes are VERY different from resumes you usually see in the U.S. and Canada. And, trying to figure out how to write one can be confusing.
NEWS FLASH #2: There are a lot of really bad examples of TEFL resumes online. So bad that I decided to do something about it. I created a video tutorial all about writing a TEFL resume the right way. Sure, you can spend hours online maybe finding a good model to follow, but why waste your time? And how do you know it’s a good model?
As someone who became TEFL certified in 2009 with a legit program and also taught English in Korea for two years, I got the TEFL resume writing down pat.
So… What’s in the tutorial?
- Formatting – tips on making it look professional
- Content – what to include and what not to include (you might be surprised)
- My exact resume that landed me several interviews and two different teaching positions in Korea
- Another resume from a fellow teacher that got him hired for different teaching positions in Korea
It’s time to put your confusion aside, stop sifting through the bad examples online, and learn from these successfully proven case studies.
All of this is just $10. It’s gonna save you a lot of time, a lot of stress, and it’s gonna help you land the teaching job that you want.