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Teaching English in South America

Meet Kari Schoenike – Top Traveling Teacher in São Paulo 🇧🇷

Meet small-town girl Kari Schoenike from rural Wisconsin, U.S.A. 🇺🇸 Despite growing up in the middle of nowhere, Kari has a strong passion to venture out and see the world (our kind of girl!)   Having studied a mixture of Science, Business and Special Education, Kari is currently teaching English in São Paulo, Brazil and […]

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Our Favorite Brazil Nuts – Meet Margot & Erik, Two TEFLers in São Paulo 🇧🇷

Meet Erik and Margot, two amazing Canucks who went south (way south) for adventure. After studying Economics at McGill University, Margot wanted to see a developing country in action. Similarly, Erik, with his degrees from the University of Ottawa in English and Anthropology in tow, knew he could make a difference in young students’ lives […]

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Teaching Internships in Bogota – What To Expect

Teaching internships in Bogota will give you the chance to earn whilst you travel. Colombia is a coastal country located in the northern region of South America. Officially known as Republic of Colombia, this country has recently gained popularity as a tourist destination. Like most of the continent, Colombia’s official language is Spanish. Since only […]

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Teaching English In Brazil – 4 Questions And Answers That You Need To Know ⚽ 🇧🇷

Teaching English in Brazil can be one of the most fun and rewarding ways to work and travel. Brazil is the largest South American country and by far one of the most vibrant places to visit. With street carnivals and samba dancing, cosmopolitan cities and breathtaking tropical forests, there is always something fun to do. […]

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Teaching Internships in Peru – The 3 T’s To success

Teaching internships in Peru give you the opportunity to see this beautiful South American country without worrying about booking hotels and managing travel costs. Although Peruvians often struggle with financial opportunities and about 25% of the entire population lives in poverty, the country is rich in culture and wildlife. If you decide to embark on […]

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