Teach English in Spain | Get paid while you travel and explore new cultures!

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Reasons to not come and teach English in beautiful, sunny Spain? Zero!

Through the RVF International Teach English in Spain Program, we will connect you with a Language Assistant positions in a Spanish public school, and will then assist you with every facet of the process to get you there!

Our promise to you:

🇪🇸 Guaranteed job placement as a Language Assistant in Spain.
🇪🇸 Personalized Support with Entirety of Visa Process, required Spanish Legal Residency Process, & all Required Bureaucratic Procedures After Arriving to Spain.
🇪🇸 Cultural Immersion opportunities & travel excursions throughout Spain.
🇪🇸 Want to teach again for a second or third year? No problem!

Don't worry, we've got you covered!

🇪🇸 Four-Day work week,
🇪🇸 Competitive Spanish salary,
🇪🇸 Three-Day weekends - perfect for traveling & exploring Spain and Europe,
🇪🇸 Health Insurance
🇪🇸 Travel & Language Immersion Opportunities

No prior teaching experience of any kind is required! Contact us today!

  • Visit Madrid, Valencia, Seville, and many other cities all throughout Spain!
  • Earn a competitive salary as you gain unique ESL experience!
  • Travel all throughout Spain and Europe during your three-day weekends!
  • Embrace a new culture and diverse environment!
  • Become fluent in another language!

First-Come, First-Served Teaching Placements in Spain!

What are you waiting for?! Contact us today to schedule your free call so we can help get you to Spain!

Questions & Answers

Hello Laura, Thank you for reaching out with your question! Yes, we offer guidance for anyone in the program who needs help with finding housing in Spain. We have our own Housing Guide that outlines exactly what to do (and what not to do) so that everyone in the program can find housing as quickly and efficiently as possible after arriving to Spain. We understand that moving from one country to...

Hello Mariam, thank you for reaching out with your question! Our teachers don't have to be native English speakers, but we do require they have either a US or Canadian passport.


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Yes, I recommend this program

A great program which fosters an amazing teaching and living aboard experience!

This was my first time traveling and living abroad. RVF International has been super helpful during the whole process, especially during such an uncertain and stressful time with the Coronavirus pandemic. They are very knowledgeable and supportive when you need them the most. I am so glad that I decided to participate in the North American Language and Cultural Assistants program with the Spanish Ministry of Education, and that I chose RVF International to support me. I've only been in Madrid for 3 months but I've enjoyed it immensely even with Covid restrictions...I'm very happy and have no regrets!

What was the most nerve-racking moment and how did you overcome it?
I was anxious in the beginning to speak Spanish but I prepared with Duolingo and then used my Google Translate app if need be. The more I tried the less nerve-racking it became.
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Yes, I recommend this program

More than enough help!

I came to Spain during a very hard time, during COVID-19 in the year 2020. It would have been impossible if I didn’t have the support of RVF. Helping not only with the government processing, but also with the emotional toll that moving abroad during such a time takes by being available for a call when I needed and providing mental health services made the transition very easy.

I will be leaving with new friends, experiences, and an open door to this country down the road if I so choose to take it.

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Yes, I recommend this program

Smooth, simple, and worth every penny!

I had the chance to work with Harrison from beginning to end during the complicated process of obtaining work and a visa. The process was daunting given the pandemic but I was given every bit of information needed so that I never felt I was on my own in this process. Harrison was also more than willing to answer any and every question I had which was helpful during the uncertainty of the pandemic.

What's nice about RVF too is that we have the chance to easily connect with other Auxiliares that signed up through RVF so even when you get to Spain you have plenty of other people to meet with so you're not alone in a new country! 10/10 experience!

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Sign up as early as possible! You only have a limited amount of choices in which community you work in so the sooner you apply, the better chance you have of working in the city you actually want to work in!
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Yes, I recommend this program

Take the stress out of moving country

I am so glad I went through RVF to do the auxiliares program in Spain. RVF makes the entire experience less stressful and easier on you. Especially with added uncertainty of Covid and travel shutting down, I was so relieved to have RVF behind me. The owner, Harrison, is very quick to respond via email and really knows his stuff. Paying RVF gets you help for not only the application process of the auxiliar program but also with all visa paperwork, help with housing search, setting up wifi or a cellphone, what to pack, and much more. Harrison helped me even to look into prescription medications and getting them in Spain. RVF goes above and beyond and are worth every penny.
Also I love being an auxiliar and I’ve already mentioned to Harrison about staying another year.
I 100% recommend being an aux and paying RVF to help you with all the complicated Spanish government and visa stuff.
Harrison also helped connect other auxiliares in the community together and I’ve had a lovely time meeting other Americans who are going through the same thing as me and also used RVF.

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Take advantage of RVF and all the help they can give you! Any questions you have ask! Also when you get to your school try to take advantage of the schools resources and work on relationships with the teachers and director of the school as they can really help you with anything; info about the area, private tutoring lessons, a ride to go hiking, or an intercambio!
Yes, I recommend this program


I think RVF is really well informed and they made the process of applying very easy. They were always available to answer questions and provided more information than what I expected. If you’re wanting to work and travel in Spain, RVF makes the process super easy!

I had worked abroad before but this was my first time going to Europe. I was always intimidated to apply because there are so many bureaucratic things I never understood in terms of the application process.

Honestly, it was thanks to RVF that I was able to come here and achieve one of my lifetime goals! Thank you!

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
My advice is to be prepared for what may happen but also keep an open mind as things change all the time. Most of all, enjoy the process and have fun!
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Yes, I recommend this program

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When I first signed up, I had no idea what to expect. Covid had just set upon the world, and I was in the midst of looking for something life changing. Not the absolute best time to change up your life, but it’s been the best decision I’ve made so far as an adult. Rvf has helped make this not only the easiest transition, but has gone above and beyond their duties with helping me get here in Madrid. I had a few problems early on, and Harrison was always there every step of the way to help make sure I wasn’t unattended, and also helped me to feel comfortable through out the entire process. I am currently writing this in Spain, and not only had made lifelong new friends, but lifetime memories and it’s only been a month. I can’t wait to look forward to the next 8 months of my time here, regardless of covid. I’m having the time of my life!

What was your funniest moment?
My funniest moment was by far trying to figure out the transportation system in Madrid. I live in sol, and my work is 45 minute commute north. I had to hope on a tram and bus to get there. So I scan my card and it works on the tram, so I assume it’ll work on the bus. Yeah that’s a no go! I got on the bus on the way to school and it wouldn’t work, and not only would it not scan, but they don’t take debit cards on most buses. Euros only. So the bus driver is yelling at me in Spanish, and I’m freaking out saying I don’t understand what he’s saying (I speak hardly any Spanish). Well luckily a nice woman overheard the yelling, and gave him 2 euros for me to continue to ride the bus and make it to work on time.
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Yes, I recommend this program

RVF - Great Way to Navigate Spanish Bureaucracy

RVF is a great and relatively affordable way to enroll in Spain's auxiliary program. If you want to teach English in Spain, but are too intimidated by the all the paperwork and bureaucracy (American and Spanish) that you have to deal with, RVF is a good way to go.

I've been having a great time teaching English to little kids in Galicia. I've seen so much of Spain already and I'm excited to see a lot more. There's no way I'd be here if it weren't for the helpful people of RVF guiding me through every step of the way.

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Yes, I recommend this program

RVF International

RVF International was extremely helpful. They always responded to emails in a timely manner, they made the application process less stressful by giving detailed instructions, and they provided a handful of resources for all aspects of post application (housing, phone/internet, flights, etc). If you have any doubts regarding the application or housing or really any part of the entire process/experience, I strongly recommend using RVF. It will make everything much easier for you! I was very happy!

What would you improve about this program?
Honestly I wouldn’t change a thing about the program!!