Meten English Teacher - China

SUMMER 2017
Under 3 Months

Organization Details:

Meten is looking for teachers to lead classes for teens aged 10-18 as well as adults. The purpose of this internship is to foster cross-cultural communication amongst the students as well as to strengthen their English speaking and written skills so that they may expand their career options in the future.

Roles & Responsibilities:

The intern will facilitate classes for students of varying age gaps. As well, the student will be involved in creating and/or leading activities to strengthen both written and verbal communication. The applicant must be a native English speaker and that they are open-minded and willing to communicate in international environments. Education and Language Teaching backgrounds are preferred, but not required.

Logistics & Salary:

Local AIESEC members will pick you up from the airport and provide you a buddy to help you integrate into local culture and life. Accommodation will be provided and you will receive a salary of $1457 USD per month. The internship will last 7 weeks.

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