English Teacher - Spain

Under 3 Months

Organization Details:

English Summer is looking for an intern to strengthen students’  written and verbal English skills during a summer camp. This intern must be willing to not only to deliver the English teaching curriculum, but to also look after the safety and well-being of the students throughout the duration of the camp.

Roles & Responsibilities:

The intern’s primary role will be delivering the English teaching curriculum so that students can strengthen their written and verbal use of the the language on a daily basis. The intern will also be responsible for  attending all staff meetings, delivering academic reports, administering examinations as needed, organizing socials for staff, and looking after the safety of the students at the camp. The applicant must have native or fluent proficiency in English, must have experience in education or facilitation, previous language teaching experience,  and must have strong leadership skills. Spanish is not a required language for the internship, but would be an asset.

Logistics & Salary:

The intern will receive a stipend of 600 EUR per month and accommodation is provided. The internship will last 11 weeks.


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