Teach English in the UK

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Native English speaking University students travel to Europe, in order to meet with people from many different countries, in order to obtain a 1 week full training and ESL teaching certifications along the way. After the training session is over, you can travel, enjoy and relax until is time for you to show up at your designated campsite to perform as an English Coach, conducting lessons and activities which promote experiential learning.

  • Acquire experience teaching ESL
  • Have a fantastic summer time, sharing experiences with people from many countries.
  • Acquire International Work experience while having loads of summer fun.
  • Full Room / Board Included

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Hello. Thank you for your question. It depends on many factors, but in general terms: - Camps in Canada - You would be making around $700 - $900/month (average). - Camps in Europe - About $500/month for the 1st year. returnees - $1,000/month. But again, many factors such as season, experience, profile, program, camp location, etc may affect upwards the monthly stipend.


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Yes, I recommend this program

One of the best experiences that I have ever had.

If you are not afraid of long hours and camping conditions then you would love working with camp adventure/europe. Its a truly rewarding experience and i have already decided to go back next year. The staff and other volenteer are awesome and the atmosphere is amazing. I loved every second of it even the lack of technology and shower time. Its all worth it for the rustic camp feel if you are in those places. Or if you are in the nicer indoor accomodation camps then you get the awesome pumped up feelling of camp with the convieniences of home.

What would you improve about this program?
Better pay and less hour but its still worth it.
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