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compensation: 800€ TEFL course fees sponsorship + full accommodation by host family + pocket money employment type: part-time internship
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TEFL to children. Free Teacher Training and full accommodation provided.
Volunteer: help others learn the languages you speak as well as your culture, stories and hobbies. Help a family in Spain and enjoy being with their children.
EduPaths is an educational initiative, which promotes self-development. It covers topics such as Teacher Training and coaching, as well as learning through real life situations.
At EducationalPaths.com we run certified TEFL courses in partnership with language academy EnUnPlisPlas. Our TEFL courses and certificates require 180 hours of training and are sponsored by our partners (course fees (800€) and full accommodation in a family).
As a volunteer you can:
> Help others learn the languages you speak as well as your culture, stories, hobbies and abilities.
> Help a family in Spain and enjoy being with their children. Full accommodation provided by your host family.
> Improve your abilities to teach and get a (TEFL) certificate to prove your experience. Learn Spanish and Spanish culture and family life, learn to enjoy being with kids. Our TEFL courses and certificates require 180 hours of training and are sponsored for our volunteers.
> Accommodation in a family. You will have your own room and share the rest of the house with the family. Meals provided. Little pocket money plus travel expenses, wifi, etc.
> During your time off you will be able to visit many places in Spain and sometimes (if you want) enjoy holidays with family. Please note that night life will be restricted to your days off.
Interested? Send us your request indicating dates, times and a telephone number to set up an interview via skype, whatsapp, telegram or viber.
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