API is pleased to announce that the application deadline for our Teach in Thailand program has been extended to April 1st! Our partner organization in Thailand has pushed back both the application deadline and the start date to make it possible for students graduating in May to join this program. Participants will begin their orientation […]
Meet Octavia, API’s Experiential Program Coordinator. She works with Teach, Work, and Volunteer programs in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the South Pacific, as well as with Internships in Asia, Spain, and the South Pacific. “I can’t really put a finger on when I first became obsessed with travel but I will share what personally fuels […]
A Glimpse into API’s Volunteer in Thailand Program Are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer abroad in Asia and learn more about the Thai culture? API’s Volunteer in Thailand program gives participants the chance to volunteer in a variety of areas, working with children, conservation efforts, wildlife rescue, and more. If you are seeking […]
Whenever I speak with my friends and family back at home, one of the first questions I get asked is what is a typical day teaching in Thailand truly like? It makes sense, since that was one of the major questions floating around in my head before departing America and arriving in Lampang, Thailand. The […]
Emily Dorso – Teach in Thailand [Lampang] When did you first get interested in travelling to different places? After my freshman year of college, I participated in a Global Brigades Public Health trip to Honduras. My first time to a developing nation, this was a unique and eye-opening experience. While I had traveled before, this […]
Check out this video from one of our Teach in Thailand program participants , Emily D., to see what her first few weeks included on-site! If you would like more info on teaching in Thailand, please visit our website at: http://downloads.apistudyabroad.com/teach_Thailand.pdf You can also find answers to FAQS here.
Bangkok, Thailand – 06:35. I’m still operating on Swedish time, however, so it really feels like 01:35. I obviously haven’t slept a wink on the plane, with a ten-hour flight in the middle seat, and by the time I’m through customs and at my AirBnB, I am drenched in sweat and literally falling asleep standing […]