Tag: Latin America

Ideas, programs, jobs, volunteer positions, and resources for teaching and travel in Latin America.

You can go to Chile with "English Opens Doors!"

Apply for a Free Volunteer Program To Teach English in Chile

You can teach in Chile with "English Opens Doors!" Teaching Traveling: Get excited! Here are the details about a program where you can volunteer for FREE (no volunteer fees to pay as there too often are!) to teach English in […]

/ December 2, 2011
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Macaw Mountain Bird Park in Honduras.

Finding Happiness: From Corporate America to Happy Travel

Adam with feathered friends at Macaw Mountain Bird Park in Honduras. Teaching Traveling: Welcome to Adam Pervez, “corporate tool turned nomadic idealist,” teaching and volunteering his way across the world! Tell us a bit about your background, Adam. Adam: I’m […]

/ November 8, 2011
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Group photo of Gareth with her Chinese high school aged students. They are studying English and will become Kindergarten teachers directly after high school.

Peace Corps in China and Teaching ESL Latin America

Group photo of Gareth with her Chinese high school aged students. They are studying English and will become Kindergarten teachers directly after high school. TeachingTraveling.com: Welcome to Gareth, a remarkable teacher-traveler from Boston who has taught for extended periods in […]

/ September 19, 2011
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Beautiful Iruya, in Northwest Argentina. One of Marc's destinations!

A Teaching, Cooking, Writing, and Travel Career

Beautiful Iruya, in Northwest Argentina. One of Marc’s destinations! TeachingTraveling.com: Today we welcome Marc d’Entremont, a man with a remarkable career trajectory which includes teaching, theater arts, culinary arts, lots of travel, and freelance writing. Read and be inspired by […]

/ July 25, 2011
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The Monk Lunch in Thailand that launched Alisha's travels!

Teaching English in Chile with Dave’s ESL Cafe Job Board

The Monk Lunch in Thailand that launched Alisha’s travels! TeachingTraveling.com: Thanks for agreeing to share your experiences with us, Alisha Robertson! Tell us about yourself. Alisha: I’m a native Texan who, before 2002, spent most of my time exploring the […]

/ May 6, 2011
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Krishna with English students in Ecuador.

Why Teaching Abroad Builds Marketable Career Skills

Krishna with some of his English students in Ecuador. Ever worried that you’d be “wasting time” by teaching abroad, especially if you don’t plan on teaching forever? Erase that thought by reading Krishna’s account of teaching English in Ecuador in […]

/ April 3, 2011
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