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Rebuilding Kliyu; Slowly but Steadily

Guest post by Emily Packer from Trek To Teach     Although the rains came late, the monsoon season in Nepal was particularly long this year as it started in the beginning of July and continued through the middle of September. During this time, Trek to Teach forged on with the Kliyu school project by…read on


5 foods you have to try when teaching English in Poland

So, you’re thinking of teaching English in Poland? Mystical castles, UNESCO old towns, cheap beer, craggy mountains, sweeping lakes – there’s loads to look forward to. But you might have missed the joys of the Polish kitchen. Often trumped by the pizzas of Italy and the paellas of Spain, it’s a cuisine that’s not so…read on


MyTEFL Internships for Non-Native English Speakers

Once you’ve completed your course and are TEFL certified, the prospect of obtaining a quality TEFL job can be daunting. While we offer great job placement services for our graduates, these direct placements have strict requirements and some of our graduates are unable to meet all of them.   One of these requirements is possession…read on


Pros and Cons of Traveling While Teaching English Online

Guest post by Darah and Garrett from     It’s now been more than a year since we packed our bags and left the USA to teach English abroad. Our plan was to teach English in Taiwan for 12 months and then hit the road a little longer before returning home.   However, after…read on


5 TEFL cities with skiing for the winter

Getting qualified to teach English isn’t just about searching for white-sand beaches and tropical seas, you know. There are also TEFL cities with skiing for the winter to get stuck into. They beckon the powder hounds who want somewhere to pull on the salopettes close to home. And there are plenty of options, with towns…read on


6 places to escape the heat for English teachers in Italy

English teachers in Italy get a whole load to look forward to. From Rome’s timeless ruins to Milan’s fashion-mad quarters, the pizza joints of Naples to the priceless artworks of Florence, there’s rarely a dull moment in these parts. But the summers in Italy can get scorching, especially in the cities. That’s why it helps…read on


Amazing places to visit when teaching English in Morocco

Ranging from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic Ocean, the snow-capped Atlas to the dusty Sahara Desert, Morocco is a vast and wonderful place. These days, TEFL-qualified folk can consider teaching English in Morocco if they’re looking to go off the beaten track. The journey will open up all sorts of awesome spots and places.…read on


Rebuilding Kliyu

Guest post by Ashley Mathews from Trek to Teach     On April 25th, 2019, the earth once again moved under Nepal. A sense of déjà vu rippled through Kathmandu Valley in the form of three large tremors, reminding the country of the panic experienced four years prior. Unlike the earthquake in 2015, which caused…read on

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