Teacher Connections: Alexander in Colombia

We checked in on Alexander, who arrived in Colombia to co-teach English at the start of July, to hear about his first impressions of the culture he is immersed in. Alexander was a member of the third group of teachers API sent off to Colombia this year to finish off the 2017 academic year. There […]

Teach Abroad: Skill Building

Applying the skills you acquired teaching abroad to your future career. Not teaching? No problem! Teaching abroad is a life-enriching experience and it is sometimes easy to minimize the work you did upon returning – especially when you are facing a job hunt. You know what you experienced was amazing and that you have gained […]

Deadline to teach in Thailand is weeks away!

Deadline to teach in Thailand is weeks away! Teach English or a subject you specialize in. Experience Thailand in a way that will make the culture and experience a part of who you are, teaching! You’ll function as a English teacher within the Thai school system – helping to improve the English skills of local students […]

Participant Profile: Candice teaches English in Thailand

Candice recently left for a small northern province of Thailand to teach elementary students in a public school until March 2018. She is living in one of the numerous locations in Thailand where high buildings, traffic, and factories are just not a thing. The environment is fresh and clean, where most people prefer spending the […]

Full-time PAID teaching position in China – DEADLINE EXTENDED

Packing up and leaving for China to lead a professional life as a teacher – haven’t thought about it, but intrigued? Participants teach English 20-25 hours a week in a Chinese primary or secondary school and are paid a monthly stipend for their work, in addition to receiving free housing and most meals. This is […]

Alumni Connection: Interview with Teach in Vietnam Participant Dustin

Alumni Connection: Interview with Dustin, who recently returned from 3 years Teaching in Vietnam Expecting to teach in Vietnam for 3 months starting in 2014, by the middle of the second month, Dustin knew he had to stay longer.  What drew you to look for a program like this during that particular time of your […]

The three pillars of sustainable travel: environmental, economic, and socio-cultural

The three pillars of sustainable travel: environmental, economic, and socio-cultural API will soon see off a number of students and post-grads to teach and volunteer on our programs in Thailand, Vietnam, China, Guatemala, Colombia and Mexico this summer. It is important to be intentional in everything we do, and particularly when we’re abroad, we can’t […]

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