Make a positive impact in the lives of others and your own! Gain experience and boost your resume. Start with orientation in Chiang Mai or Bangkok and then embark into a new world.
Speaking English is a requirement for educational and career advancement in Thailand, so your position as an English Teacher in Thailand is of great importance. Most teachers spend around 20 hours in the classroom per week, as well as another 15 to 20 hours planning, grading, attending meetings and school-related activities. After arriving in Thailand, you'll spend your first week in Bangkok, where you'll have an orientation focused on TEFL theory, Thai language, local culture and more. You'll also meet fellow teachers during your time!