Category: Teaching for Travelers

How to pay for travel by teaching abroad or volunteering, even without prior experience. These interviews with real Teacher-Travelers will inspire and assist you on your journey!

Angela in Verona, Italy!

Study Abroad in Italy, Despite Health and Money Hardships

Angela in Verona, Italy! TeachingTraveling.com: Angela was a student in the first class I ever taught as an official Boston Public Schools teacher, seven years ago. She was a senior in high school and I was 21 years old… not […]

/ January 28, 2011
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Shasta with Kindergarteners in South Korea.

Learning to Teach in Honduras and South Korea

Shasta with Kindergarteners in South Korea. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome, world-traveling teacher Shasta! Please tell us about yourself. Shasta: I’m originally from a tiny town in northeast Texas and went to college in Louisiana and Arkansas. I graduated with a Psychology degree […]

/ January 26, 2011
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ShiSha made her travel dreams a reality. So can you!

From Failing School to Making Dreams Reality in Egypt

ShiSha made her travel dreams a reality. So can you! Do you sometimes feel the difficulties in your life will NEVER let you fulfill your travel dreams? What you are about to read will snap you out of those thoughts. […]

/ January 24, 2011
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Winter in Red Square, Moscow. Oooh, Russia!

From TEFL Certification to Teaching in Eastern Europe

Winter in Red Square, Moscow. Oooh, Russia! We hear so much about people who teach English in Asia, but what about ESL jobs in Eastern Europe? Let’s listen to the story of Jenna Makowski, an American who completely changed her […]

/ January 10, 2011
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Ashleigh and her boyfriend.

2 Ways to Travel by Working Abroad: Au Pair and Teaching

Ashleigh and her boyfriend, at Volcan Licancabur by San Pedro de Atacama. Ready to be inspired? Read on for the story of Ashleigh Kate Kinder, who has concrete tips on how to create and fund your adventures abroad. Take it […]

/ January 4, 2011
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A beautiful South Korea sunset.

Teaching ESL in South Korea as a Young Minnesota Woman

A beautiful South Korea sunset. Today we welcome Natalie Patton, who will recount for us her journey to start teaching English in South Korea. Take it away, Natalie! Once it happens, it happens. There is no going back. Even if […]

/ December 26, 2010
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